A simple Node.js module to check if a TCP port is already bound.
Command-line tool to inspect your Node.js project dependencies for problems.
Has a list of all the valid SPDX licenses, and for a given id, will return the full name and if OSI approved.
Examine a package.json's dependencies and find all sub-depdendcies.
A module to take a function and convert it into an object. And then, with the same object, convert it back into a function. The object is suitable for conversion to JSON via `JSON.stringify`.
A simple module that makes all object properties constant.
Get and set object properties by path where you can specify the separator.
Provides zero-config discovery service using broadcast UDP.
A simple node.js logger fusing log.js with log4js's layouts and colors, supporting console and file logging.
A simple wrapper to programmatically use NPM to view a module's information.
Methods to copy objects and convert JSON to obj and vice-versa in Node.js without throwing.
A simple lightweight REST API that receives and responds to JSON HTTP requests, supports all verbs. Very simple.
A Node.js Interactive shell.
An easy way to make an error in Node.js async, when it would sync otherwise.
A simple blackjack server with client.
A simple config module. Support for regions and auto-load when file changes.
A type checking library where each exported function returns either true or false and does not throw. Also added tests.
This module provides an almost complete implementation of the printf and sprintf functions from the standard C library.
An object, upon which, you can set properties that will be removed after a timeout expires
Collapse the node.js util.inspect output to 1 line and colorizes iff NODE_ENV is debug and adds inspect to the global object.
A module to handle useful health checks for clustered production applications.
Download a single file, pass if file can be downloaded.
Wellness module to check linux CPU usage.
A simple module to upload (and optionally resize images) to S3
Run a function exactly one time and show stack traces when second call occurs