Like Connect's methodOverride, except it supports GET requests also. 100% Express.js comaptible
Utility to sign page data (RondavuData) for use with Sociable Labs's widgets
Renamed to dreamhost-dns-updater
DocPad plugin which adds the ability to output to Amazon S3, Google Storage or and other service supported by SunnyJS.
A simple node.js script that turns a single-threaded server into a multi-threaded server with automatic restarting.
DocPad plugin for redirecting URLs to other websites via configuration. Based on the cleanurls plugin.
Uses OS zip command if avaliable (for better performance and speed) or node.js version if there is no system command avaliable. Can be called via node or command line.
Automates using Apache Flex to compile .as files to .swf.\nNote: you must install the Apache Flex SDK separately and then configure this plugin with the path to the SDK.
Automatically log into your elance account and withdrawal any avaliable balance to your specified account
SSI (Server Side Includes) Middleware for Connect and Express
Tool to automatically rebalance various cryptoins via the cryptsy API
Basic IP rate-limiting middleware for Express. Use to limit repeated requests to public APIs and/or endpoints such as password reset.
Converts numbers into a more human-friendly format, similar to `ls`'s `--human-readable` flag (`ls -lh`) or Stack Overflow's reputation numbers. For example, 123456 becomes '123k'.
web-accessible terminal client for debugging environments that don't support SSH (such as bluemix). No security whatsoever.
No longer functional
Client library to use the IBM Watson Services
Import your mongodb collections to DocPad collections
Import your Cloudant databases to DocPad collections
A stream of raw audio data from the microphone for use in browsers with getUserMedia
Parses set-cookie headers into objects
Web proxy for evading internet censorship & general-purpose library for rewriting remote websites.
Memory-efficient module that tracks the average value of an unlimited quantity of numbers
Logs details any time any code in your node.js app (including dependencies) uses `fs.*` to write to the filesystem.