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acorn-jsx • 3.0.1Alternative, faster React.js JSX parserINDIRECT1
acorn • 3.3.0ECMAScript parserINDIRECT0
acorn • 5.7.4ECMAScript parserINDIRECT0
ajv-keywords • 1.5.1Custom JSON-Schema keywords for ajv validatorINDIRECT0
ajv • 4.11.8Another JSON Schema ValidatorINDIRECT17
align-text • 0.1.4Align the text in a string.INDIRECT4
ansi-escape-sequences • 2.2.2A simple library containing all known terminal ansi escape codes and sequences.INDIRECT5
ansi-escape-sequences • 3.0.0A simple library containing all known terminal ansi escape codes and sequences.INDIRECT2
ansi-escapes • 1.4.0ANSI escape codes for manipulating the terminalINDIRECT0
ansi-regex • 2.1.1Regular expression for matching ANSI escape codesINDIRECT0
ansi-regex • 3.0.1Regular expression for matching ANSI escape codesINDIRECT0
ansi-styles • 1.0.0ANSI escape codes for colorizing strings in the terminalINDIRECT0
ansi-styles • 2.2.1ANSI escape codes for styling strings in the terminalINDIRECT0
app-usage-stats • 0.4.1A convention for tracking javascript application usageINDIRECT22
argparse • 1.0.10Very powerful CLI arguments parser. Native port of argparse - python's options parsing libraryINDIRECT1
arr-diff • 2.0.0Returns an array with only the unique values from the first array, by excluding all values from additional arrays using strict equality for comparisons.INDIRECT1
arr-diff • 4.0.0Returns an array with only the unique values from the first array, by excluding all values from additional arrays using strict equality for comparisons.INDIRECT0
arr-exclude • 1.0.0Exclude certain items from an arrayINDIRECT0
arr-flatten • 1.1.0Recursively flatten an array or arrays.INDIRECT0
arr-union • 3.1.0Combines a list of arrays, returning a single array with unique values, using strict equality for comparisons.INDIRECT0
array-back • 1.0.4Guarantees an array backINDIRECT1
array-buffer-byte-length • 1.0.1Get the byte length of an ArrayBuffer, even in engines without a `.byteLength` method.INDIRECT13
array-differ • 1.0.0Create an array with values that are present in the first input array but not additional onesINDIRECT0
array-find-index • 1.0.2ES2015 `Array#findIndex()` ponyfillINDIRECT0
array-tools • 1.8.6Lightweight tool-kit for working with arraysINDIRECT2
array-tools • 2.0.9Lightweight, use-anywhere toolkit for working with array data.INDIRECT18
array-union • 1.0.2Create an array of unique values, in order, from the input arraysINDIRECT1
array-uniq • 1.0.3Create an array without duplicatesINDIRECT0
array-unique • 0.2.1Return an array free of duplicate values. Fastest ES5 implementation.INDIRECT0
array-unique • 0.3.2Remove duplicate values from an array. Fastest ES5 implementation.INDIRECT0
arraybuffer.prototype.slice • 1.0.3ES spec-compliant shim for ArrayBuffer.prototype.sliceINDIRECT64
arrify • 1.0.1Convert a value to an arrayINDIRECT0
asap • 2.0.6High-priority task queue for Node.js and browsersINDIRECT0
asn1 • 0.1.11Contains parsers and serializers for ASN.1 (currently BER only)INDIRECT0
assert-plus • 0.1.5Extra assertions on top of node's assert moduleINDIRECT0
assign-symbols • 1.0.0Assign the enumerable es6 Symbol properties from an object (or objects) to the first object passed on the arguments. Can be used as a supplement to other extend, assign or merge methods as a polyfill for the Symbols part of the es6 Object.assign method.INDIRECT0
async-each • 1.0.6No-bullshit, ultra-simple, 35-lines-of-code async parallel forEach / map function for JavaScript.INDIRECT0
async • 0.9.2Higher-order functions and common patterns for asynchronous codeINDIRECT0
ava-files • 0.1.1File resolution for AVAINDIRECT25
ava-init • 0.1.6Add AVA to your projectINDIRECT47
ava • 0.16.0Futuristic test runner 🚀DIRECT502
available-typed-arrays • 1.0.7Returns an array of Typed Array names that are available in the current environmentINDIRECT1
babel-code-frame • 6.26.0Generate errors that contain a code frame that point to source locations.INDIRECT9
babel-core • 6.26.3Babel compiler core.INDIRECT49
babel-generator • 6.26.1Turns an AST into code.INDIRECT14
babel-helper-bindify-decorators • 6.24.1Helper function to bindify decoratorsINDIRECT24
babel-helper-builder-binary-assignment-operator-visitor • 6.24.1Helper function to build binary assignment operator visitorsINDIRECT25
babel-helper-call-delegate • 6.24.1Helper function to call delegateINDIRECT25
babel-helper-define-map • 6.26.0Helper function to define a mapINDIRECT27
babel-helper-explode-assignable-expression • 6.24.1Helper function to explode an assignable expressionINDIRECT24
babel-helper-explode-class • 6.24.1Helper function to explode classINDIRECT25
babel-helper-function-name • 6.24.1Helper function to change the property 'name' of every functionINDIRECT26
babel-helper-get-function-arity • 6.24.1Helper function to get function arityINDIRECT7
babel-helper-hoist-variables • 6.24.1Helper function to hoist variablesINDIRECT7
babel-helper-optimise-call-expression • 6.24.1Helper function to optimise call expressionINDIRECT7
babel-helper-regex • 6.26.0Helper function to check for literal RegExINDIRECT7
babel-helper-remap-async-to-generator • 6.24.1Helper function to remap async functions to generatorsINDIRECT27
babel-helper-replace-supers • 6.24.1Helper function to replace supersINDIRECT26
babel-helpers • 6.24.1Collection of helper functions used by Babel transforms.INDIRECT25
babel-messages • 6.23.0Collection of debug messages used by Babel.INDIRECT3
babel-plugin-ava-throws-helper • 0.1.0Babel plugin for protecting against improper use of `t.throws()` in AVAINDIRECT25
babel-plugin-check-es2015-constants • 6.22.0Compile ES2015 constants to ES5INDIRECT3
babel-plugin-detective • 2.0.0Babel 5/6 plugin that scans the AST for require calls and import statementsINDIRECT0
babel-plugin-espower • 2.4.0Babel plugin for power-assertINDIRECT46
babel-plugin-syntax-async-functions • 6.13.0Allow parsing of async functionsINDIRECT0
babel-plugin-syntax-async-generators • 6.13.0Allow parsing of async generator functionsINDIRECT0
babel-plugin-syntax-class-properties • 6.13.0Allow parsing of class propertiesINDIRECT0
babel-plugin-syntax-decorators • 6.13.0Allow parsing of decoratorsINDIRECT0
babel-plugin-syntax-dynamic-import • 6.18.0Allow parsing of import()INDIRECT0
babel-plugin-syntax-exponentiation-operator • 6.13.0Allow parsing of the exponentiation operatorINDIRECT0
babel-plugin-syntax-object-rest-spread • 6.13.0Allow parsing of object rest/spreadINDIRECT0
babel-plugin-syntax-trailing-function-commas • 6.22.0Compile trailing function commas to ES5INDIRECT0
babel-plugin-transform-async-generator-functions • 6.24.1Turn async generator functions into ES2015 generatorsINDIRECT29
babel-plugin-transform-async-to-generator • 6.24.1Turn async functions into ES2015 generatorsINDIRECT29
babel-plugin-transform-class-properties • 6.24.1This plugin transforms static class properties as well as properties declared with the property initializer syntaxINDIRECT28
babel-plugin-transform-decorators • 6.24.1Compile class and object decorators to ES5INDIRECT28
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-arrow-functions • 6.22.0Compile ES2015 arrow functions to ES5INDIRECT3
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-block-scoped-functions • 6.22.0Babel plugin to ensure function declarations at the block level are block scopedINDIRECT3
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-block-scoping • 6.26.0Compile ES2015 block scoping (const and let) to ES5INDIRECT25
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-classes • 6.24.1Compile ES2015 classes to ES5INDIRECT30
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-computed-properties • 6.24.1Compile ES2015 computed properties to ES5INDIRECT25
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-destructuring • 6.23.0Compile ES2015 destructuring to ES5INDIRECT3
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-duplicate-keys • 6.24.1Compile objects with duplicate keys to valid strict ES5INDIRECT7
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-for-of • 6.23.0Compile ES2015 for...of to ES5INDIRECT3
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-function-name • 6.24.1Apply ES2015 function.name semantics to all functionsINDIRECT27
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-literals • 6.22.0Compile ES2015 unicode string and number literals to ES5INDIRECT3
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-modules-amd • 6.24.1This plugin transforms ES2015 modules to AMDINDIRECT27
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-modules-commonjs • 6.26.2This plugin transforms ES2015 modules to CommonJSDIRECT26
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-modules-systemjs • 6.24.1This plugin transforms ES2015 modules to SystemJSINDIRECT26
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-modules-umd • 6.24.1This plugin transforms ES2015 modules to UMDINDIRECT28
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-object-super • 6.24.1Compile ES2015 object super to ES5INDIRECT27
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-parameters • 6.24.1Compile ES2015 default and rest parameters to ES5INDIRECT28
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-shorthand-properties • 6.24.1Compile ES2015 shorthand properties to ES5INDIRECT7
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-spread • 6.22.0Compile ES2015 spread to ES5INDIRECT3
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-sticky-regex • 6.24.1Compile ES2015 sticky regex to an ES5 RegExp constructorINDIRECT8
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-template-literals • 6.22.0Compile ES2015 template literals to ES5INDIRECT3
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-typeof-symbol • 6.23.0This transformer wraps all typeof expressions with a method that replicates native behaviour. (ie. returning “symbol” for symbols)INDIRECT3
babel-plugin-transform-es2015-unicode-regex • 6.24.1Compile ES2015 Unicode regex to ES5INDIRECT13
babel-plugin-transform-exponentiation-operator • 6.24.1Compile exponentiation operator to ES5INDIRECT27
babel-plugin-transform-object-rest-spread • 6.26.0Compile object rest and spread to ES5INDIRECT4
babel-plugin-transform-regenerator • 6.26.0Explode async and generator functions into a state machine.INDIRECT9
babel-plugin-transform-runtime • 6.23.0Externalise references to helpers and builtins, automatically polyfilling your code without polluting globalsINDIRECT3
babel-plugin-transform-strict-mode • 6.24.1This plugin places a 'use strict'; directive at the top of all files to enable strict modeINDIRECT7
babel-polyfill • 6.26.0Provides polyfills necessary for a full ES2015+ environmentINDIRECT4
babel-preset-es2015 • 6.24.1Babel preset for all es2015 plugins.INDIRECT65
babel-preset-stage-2 • 6.24.1Babel preset for stage 2 pluginsINDIRECT47
babel-preset-stage-3 • 6.24.1Babel preset for stage 3 pluginsINDIRECT39
babel-register • 6.26.0babel require hookDIRECT49
babel-runtime • 6.26.0babel selfContained runtimeINDIRECT2
babel-template • 6.26.0Generate an AST from a string template.INDIRECT24
babel-traverse • 6.26.0The Babel Traverse module maintains the overall tree state, and is responsible for replacing, removing, and adding nodesINDIRECT23
babel-types • 6.26.0Babel Types is a Lodash-esque utility library for AST nodesINDIRECT6
babylon • 6.18.0A JavaScript parserINDIRECT0
balanced-match • 1.0.2Match balanced character pairs, like "{" and "}"INDIRECT0
base • 0.11.2base is the foundation for creating modular, unit testable and highly pluggable node.js applications, starting with a handful of common methods, like `set`, `get`, `del` and `use`.INDIRECT44
binary-extensions • 1.13.1List of binary file extensionsINDIRECT0
bindings • 1.5.0Helper module for loading your native module's .node fileINDIRECT1
bl • 0.9.5Buffer List: collect buffers and access with a standard readable Buffer interface, streamable too!INDIRECT5
bluebird • 3.4.7Full featured Promises/A+ implementation with exceptionally good performanceINDIRECT0
bluebird • 3.7.2Full featured Promises/A+ implementation with exceptionally good performanceINDIRECT0
boxen • 0.6.0Create boxes in the terminalINDIRECT19
brace-expansion • 1.1.11Brace expansion as known from sh/bashINDIRECT2
braces • 1.8.5Fastest brace expansion for node.js, with the most complete support for the Bash 4.3 braces specification.INDIRECT14
braces • 2.3.2Bash-like brace expansion, implemented in JavaScript. Safer than other brace expansion libs, with complete support for the Bash 4.3 braces specification, without sacrificing speed.INDIRECT70
buf-compare • 1.0.1Node.js `Buffer.compare()` ponyfillINDIRECT0
buffer-equals • 1.0.4Node.js 0.12 buffer.equals() ponyfillINDIRECT0
buffer-from • 1.1.2A [ponyfill](https://ponyfill.com) for `Buffer.from`, uses native implementation if available.INDIRECT0
cache-base • 1.0.1Basic object cache with `get`, `set`, `del`, and `has` methods for node.js/javascript projects.INDIRECT28
cache-point • 0.3.4Simple, filesystem-backed memoisation cache.INDIRECT7
caching-transform • 1.0.1Wraps a transform and provides cachingINDIRECT8
call-bind • 1.0.7Robustly `.call.bind()` a functionINDIRECT11
call-matcher • 1.1.0ECMAScript CallExpression matcher made from function/method signatureINDIRECT26
call-signature • 0.0.2Parse / Generate Method SignaturesINDIRECT0
caller-path • 0.1.0Get the path of the caller moduleINDIRECT1
callsites • 0.2.0Get callsites from the V8 stack trace APIINDIRECT0
camelcase-keys • 2.1.0Convert object keys to camelCaseINDIRECT2
camelcase • 1.2.1Convert a dash/dot/underscore/space separated string to camelCase: foo-bar → fooBarINDIRECT0
camelcase • 2.1.1Convert a dash/dot/underscore/space separated string to camelCase: foo-bar → fooBarINDIRECT0
capture-stack-trace • 1.0.2Error.captureStackTrace ponyfillINDIRECT0
catharsis • 0.8.11A JavaScript parser for Google Closure Compiler and JSDoc type expressions.INDIRECT1
center-align • 0.1.3Center-align the text in a string.INDIRECT6
chalk • 0.4.0Terminal string styling done right. Created because the `colors` module does some really horrible things.INDIRECT3
chalk • 1.1.3Terminal string styling done right. Much color.INDIRECT6
chokidar • 1.7.0A neat wrapper around node.js fs.watch / fs.watchFile / fsevents.INDIRECT127
ci-info • 1.6.0Get details about the current Continuous Integration environmentINDIRECT0
circular-json • 0.3.3JSON does not handle circular references. This version doesINDIRECT0
class-utils • 0.3.6Utils for working with JavaScript classes and prototype methods.INDIRECT13
clean-yaml-object • 0.1.0Clean up an object prior to serializationINDIRECT0
cli-boxes • 1.0.0Boxes for use in the terminalINDIRECT0
cli-commands • 0.1.0cli-commandsINDIRECT14
cli-cursor • 1.0.2Toggle the CLI cursorINDIRECT3
cli-spinners • 0.1.2Spinners for use in the terminalINDIRECT0
cli-truncate • 0.2.1Truncate a string to a specific width in the terminalINDIRECT7
co-with-promise • 4.6.0generator async control flow goodnessINDIRECT2
co • 4.6.0generator async control flow goodnessINDIRECT0
code-point-at • 1.1.0ES2015 `String#codePointAt()` ponyfillINDIRECT0
codecov.io • 0.1.6lcov posting to codecov.ioDIRECT48
collect-all • 0.2.1Returns a stream which becomes readable once all input is receivedINDIRECT4
collect-all • 1.0.4Returns a stream which becomes readable once all input is receivedINDIRECT4
collect-json • 1.0.9Returns a stream which becomes readable with a single value once all (valid) JSON is received.INDIRECT5
collection-visit • 1.0.0Visit a method over the items in an object, or map visit over the objects in an array.INDIRECT3
column-layout • 2.1.4Pretty-print JSON data in columns.INDIRECT20
combined-stream • 0.0.7A stream that emits multiple other streams one after another.INDIRECT1
command-line-args • 2.1.6A library to collect command-line args and generate a usage guide.INDIRECT20
command-line-args • 3.0.5A library to parse command-line options.INDIRECT5
command-line-commands • 1.0.4Add a git-like command interface to your app.INDIRECT3
command-line-tool • 0.1.0command-line-toolINDIRECT6
command-line-tool • 0.5.2command-line-toolINDIRECT17
command-line-usage • 2.0.5Generates command-line usage informationINDIRECT20
command-line-usage • 3.0.8Generates command-line usage informationINDIRECT9
common-sequence • 1.0.2Returns an array containing the initial elements which both input arrays have in commonINDIRECT0
commondir • 1.0.1compute the closest common parent for file pathsINDIRECT0
component-emitter • 1.3.1Event emitterINDIRECT0
concat-map • 0.0.1concatenative mapdasheryINDIRECT0
concat-stream • 1.6.2writable stream that concatenates strings or binary data and calls a callback with the resultINDIRECT10
config-master • 2.0.4Load stored configuration dataINDIRECT9
convert-source-map • 1.9.0Converts a source-map from/to different formats and allows adding/changing properties.INDIRECT0
copy-descriptor • 0.1.1Copy a descriptor from object A to object BINDIRECT0
core-assert • 0.2.1Node.js `assert` as a standalone moduleINDIRECT2
core-js • 2.6.12Standard libraryINDIRECT0
core-util-is • 1.0.3The `util.is*` functions introduced in Node v0.12.INDIRECT0
create-error-class • 3.0.2Create Error classesINDIRECT1
cross-spawn • 4.0.2Cross platform child_process#spawn and child_process#spawnSyncINDIRECT5
ctype • 0.5.3read and write binary structures and data typesINDIRECT0
currently-unhandled • 0.4.1Track the list of currently unhandled promise rejections.INDIRECT1
data-view-buffer • 1.0.1Get the ArrayBuffer out of a DataView, robustly.INDIRECT20
data-view-byte-length • 1.0.1Get the byteLength out of a DataView, robustly.INDIRECT20
data-view-byte-offset • 1.0.0Get the byteOffset out of a DataView, robustly.INDIRECT20
date-time • 0.1.1Pretty UTC datetime: 2014-01-09 06:46:01 UTCINDIRECT0
ddata • 0.1.28ddataINDIRECT31
debug • 2.6.9small debugging utilityINDIRECT1
decamelize • 1.2.0Convert a camelized string into a lowercased one with a custom separator: unicornRainbow → unicorn_rainbowINDIRECT0
decode-uri-component • 0.2.2A better decodeURIComponentINDIRECT0
deep-equal • 0.1.2node's assert.deepEqual algorithmINDIRECT0
deep-equal • 1.1.2node's assert.deepEqual algorithmINDIRECT22
deep-extend • 0.4.2Recursive object extendingINDIRECT0
deep-extend • 0.6.0Recursive object extendingINDIRECT0
deep-is • 0.1.4node's assert.deepEqual algorithm except for NaN being equal to NaNINDIRECT0
defer-promise • 1.0.2Returns a deferred promise. Uses native `Promise.defer` if available, else polyfill.INDIRECT0
define-data-property • 1.1.4Define a data property on an object. Will fall back to assignment in an engine without descriptors.INDIRECT8
define-properties • 1.2.1Define multiple non-enumerable properties at once. Uses `Object.defineProperty` when available; falls back to standard assignment in older engines.INDIRECT11
define-property • 0.2.5Define a non-enumerable property on an object.INDIRECT5
define-property • 1.0.0Define a non-enumerable property on an object.INDIRECT5
define-property • 2.0.2Define a non-enumerable property on an object. Uses Reflect.defineProperty when available, otherwise Object.defineProperty.INDIRECT6
defined • 0.0.0return the first argument that is `!== undefined`INDIRECT0
delayed-stream • 0.0.5Buffers events from a stream until you are ready to handle them.INDIRECT0
detect-indent • 4.0.0Detect the indentation of codeINDIRECT2
dmd • 1.4.2dmd (document with markdown) is a collection of handlebars templates for generating markdown documentation from jsdoc-parse input data. It is the default template set used by jsdoc-to-markdown.INDIRECT75
dot-prop • 3.0.0Get, set, or delete a property from a nested object using a dot pathINDIRECT1
duplexer • 0.1.2Creates a duplex streamINDIRECT0
eastasianwidth • 0.2.0Get East Asian Width from a character.INDIRECT0
empower-core • 0.6.2Power Assert feature enhancer for assert function/objectINDIRECT2
error-ex • 1.3.2Easy error subclassing and stack customizationINDIRECT1
es-abstract • 1.23.3ECMAScript spec abstract operations.INDIRECT64
es-define-property • 1.0.0`Object.defineProperty`, but not IE 8's broken one.INDIRECT6
es-errors • 1.3.0A simple cache for a few of the JS Error constructors.INDIRECT0
es-object-atoms • 1.0.0ES Object-related atoms: Object, ToObject, RequireObjectCoercibleINDIRECT1
es-set-tostringtag • 2.0.3A helper to optimistically set Symbol.toStringTag, when possible.INDIRECT7
es-to-primitive • 1.2.1ECMAScript “ToPrimitive” algorithm. Provides ES5 and ES2015 versions.INDIRECT5
es6-iterator • 2.0.3Iterator abstraction based on ES6 specificationINDIRECT8
es6-map • 0.1.5ECMAScript6 Map polyfillINDIRECT10
escape-string-regexp • 1.0.5Escape RegExp special charactersINDIRECT0
eslint-config-ngryman • 1.7.1My personal taste in a package.DIRECT0
eslint • 3.19.0An AST-based pattern checker for JavaScript.DIRECT149
espower-location-detector • 1.0.0AST source location detection helper for power-assertINDIRECT4
espurify • 1.8.1Clone new AST without extra propertiesINDIRECT1
event-emitter • 0.3.5Environment agnostic event emitterINDIRECT8
exit-hook • 1.1.1Run some code when the process exitsINDIRECT0
expand-brackets • 0.1.5Expand POSIX bracket expressions (character classes) in glob patterns.INDIRECT1
expand-brackets • 2.1.4Expand POSIX bracket expressions (character classes) in glob patterns.INDIRECT63
expand-range • 1.8.2Fast, bash-like range expansion. Expand a range of numbers or letters, uppercase or lowercase. See the benchmarks. Used by micromatch.INDIRECT12
extend-shallow • 2.0.1Extend an object with the properties of additional objects. node.js/javascript util.INDIRECT1
extend-shallow • 3.0.2Extend an object with the properties of additional objects. node.js/javascript util.INDIRECT4
extglob • 0.3.2Convert extended globs to regex-compatible strings. Add (almost) the expressive power of regular expressions to glob patterns.INDIRECT1
extglob • 2.0.4Extended glob support for JavaScript. Adds (almost) the expressive power of regular expressions to glob patterns.INDIRECT66
fast-levenshtein • 2.0.6Efficient implementation of Levenshtein algorithm with locale-specific collator support.INDIRECT0
feature-detect-es6 • 1.5.0Detect which ES6 (ES2015 and above) features are availableINDIRECT2
figures • 1.7.0Unicode symbols with Windows CMD fallbacksINDIRECT2
file-entry-cache • 2.0.0Super simple cache for file metadata, useful for process that work o a given series of files and that only need to repeat the job on the changed ones since the previous run of the processINDIRECT19
file-set • 0.2.8Expands file patterns, returning the matched and unmatched files and directories.INDIRECT28
file-set • 1.1.2Expands file patterns, returning the matched and unmatched files and directories.INDIRECT13
file-uri-to-path • 1.0.0Convert a file: URI to a file pathINDIRECT0
filename-regex • 2.0.1Regular expression for matching file names, with or without extension.INDIRECT0
fill-range • 2.2.4Fill in a range of numbers or letters, optionally passing an increment or multiplier to use.INDIRECT11
fill-range • 4.0.0Fill in a range of numbers or letters, optionally passing an increment or `step` to use, or create a regex-compatible range with `options.toRegex`INDIRECT7
filled-array • 1.1.0Returns an array filled with the specified inputINDIRECT0
filter-where • 1.0.1Filter an array using any combination of scalars, object queries, functions or regular expressions.INDIRECT3
find-cache-dir • 0.1.1My well-made moduleINDIRECT8
find-replace • 1.0.3Find and either replace or remove items from an arrayINDIRECT3
find-up • 1.1.2Find a file by walking up parent directoriesINDIRECT3
flat-cache • 1.3.4A stupidly simple key/value storage using files to persist some dataINDIRECT17
fn-name • 2.0.1Get the name of a named functionINDIRECT0
for-each • 0.3.3A better forEachINDIRECT1
for-in • 1.0.2Iterate over the own and inherited enumerable properties of an object, and return an object with properties that evaluate to true from the callback. Exit early by returning `false`. JavaScript/Node.jsINDIRECT0
for-own • 0.1.5Iterate over the own enumerable properties of an object, and return an object with properties that evaluate to true from the callback. Exit early by returning `false`. JavaScript/Node.js.INDIRECT1
form-data • 0.1.4A module to create readable "multipart/form-data" streams. Can be used to submit forms and file uploads to other web applications.INDIRECT4
fragment-cache • 0.2.1A cache for managing namespaced sub-cachesINDIRECT1
fs-then-native • 1.0.2Wraps the Node.js fs library with a Promise API using whichever `Promise` implementation is availableINDIRECT3
fsevents • 1.2.13Native Access to Mac OS-X FSEventsINDIRECT3
function-bind • 1.1.2Implementation of Function.prototype.bindINDIRECT0
function.prototype.name • 1.1.6An ES2015 spec-compliant `Function.prototype.name` shimINDIRECT64
functions-have-names • 1.2.3Does this JS environment support the `name` property on functions?INDIRECT0
generate-function • 2.3.1Module that helps you write generated functions in NodeINDIRECT1
generate-object-property • 1.2.0Generate safe JS code that can used to reference a object propertyINDIRECT1
get-intrinsic • 1.2.4Get and robustly cache all JS language-level intrinsics at first require timeINDIRECT5
get-stdin • 4.0.1Easier stdinINDIRECT0
get-symbol-description • 1.0.2Gets the description of a Symbol. Handles `Symbol()` vs `Symbol('')` properly when possible.INDIRECT12
get-value • 2.0.6Use property paths (`a.b.c`) to get a nested value from an object.INDIRECT0
glob-base • 0.3.0Returns an object with the (non-glob) base path and the actual pattern.INDIRECT3
globals • 9.18.0Global identifiers from different JavaScript environmentsINDIRECT0
globalthis • 1.0.4ECMAScript spec-compliant polyfill/shim for `globalThis`INDIRECT12
globby • 5.0.0Extends `glob` with support for multiple patterns and exposes a Promise APIINDIRECT18
gopd • 1.0.1`Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor`, but accounts for IE's broken implementation.INDIRECT6
got • 5.7.1Simplified HTTP/HTTPS requestsINDIRECT27
handlebars-array • 0.2.1Handlebars helpers for working with array dataINDIRECT3
handlebars-comparison • 2.0.1Javascript comparison operator helpers for handlebarsINDIRECT3
handlebars-json • 1.0.1Provides access to JSON.stringify from a Handlebars templateINDIRECT0
handlebars-regexp • 1.0.1handlebars-regexpINDIRECT0
handlebars-string • 2.0.2Handlebars helper mapping for String.prototypeINDIRECT4
handlebars • 3.0.8Handlebars provides the power necessary to let you build semantic templates effectively with no frustrationINDIRECT22
has-ansi • 2.0.0Check if a string has ANSI escape codesINDIRECT1
has-bigints • 1.0.2Determine if the JS environment has BigInt support.INDIRECT0
has-color • 0.1.7Detect whether a terminal supports colorINDIRECT0
has-flag • 2.0.0Check if argv has a specific flagINDIRECT0
has-property-descriptors • 1.0.2Does the environment have full property descriptor support? Handles IE 8's broken defineProperty/gOPD.INDIRECT7
has-proto • 1.0.3Does this environment have the ability to get the [[Prototype]] of an object on creation with `__proto__`?INDIRECT0
has-symbols • 1.0.3Determine if the JS environment has Symbol support. Supports spec, or shams.INDIRECT0
has-tostringtag • 1.0.2Determine if the JS environment has `Symbol.toStringTag` support. Supports spec, or shams.INDIRECT1
has-value • 0.3.1Returns true if a value exists, false if empty. Works with deeply nested values using object paths.INDIRECT4
has-value • 1.0.0Returns true if a value exists, false if empty. Works with deeply nested values using object paths.INDIRECT7
has-values • 0.1.4Returns true if any values exist, false if empty. Works for booleans, functions, numbers, strings, nulls, objects and arrays. INDIRECT0
has-values • 1.0.0Returns true if any values exist, false if empty. Works for booleans, functions, numbers, strings, nulls, objects and arrays. INDIRECT4
hasown • 2.0.2A robust, ES3 compatible, "has own property" predicate.INDIRECT1
home-or-tmp • 2.0.0Get the user home directory with fallback to the system temp directoryINDIRECT2
home-path • 1.0.7Cross-platform home directory retrieverINDIRECT0
http-signature • 0.10.1Reference implementation of Joyent's HTTP Signature scheme.INDIRECT3
ignore • 3.3.10Ignore is a manager and filter for .gitignore rules.INDIRECT0
imurmurhash • 0.1.4An incremental implementation of MurmurHash3INDIRECT0
indent-string • 2.1.0Indent each line in a stringINDIRECT2
inquirer • 0.12.0A collection of common interactive command line user interfaces.INDIRECT27
internal-slot • 1.0.7ES spec-like internal slotsINDIRECT14
interpret • 1.4.0A dictionary of file extensions and associated module loaders.INDIRECT0
invariant • 2.2.4invariantINDIRECT2
irregular-plurals • 1.4.0Map of nouns to their irregular plural formINDIRECT0
is-accessor-descriptor • 1.0.1Returns true if a value has the characteristics of a valid JavaScript accessor descriptor.INDIRECT2
is-arguments • 1.1.1Is this an arguments object? It's a harder question than you think.INDIRECT13
is-array-buffer • 3.0.4Is this value a JS ArrayBuffer?INDIRECT12
is-arrayish • 0.2.1Determines if an object can be used as an arrayINDIRECT0
is-bigint • 1.0.4Is this value an ES BigInt?INDIRECT1
is-binary-path • 1.0.1Check if a filepath is a binary fileINDIRECT1
is-boolean-object • 1.1.2Is this value a JS Boolean? This module works cross-realm/iframe, and despite ES6 @@toStringTag.INDIRECT13
is-buffer • 1.1.6Determine if an object is a BufferINDIRECT0
is-callable • 1.2.7Is this JS value callable? Works with Functions and GeneratorFunctions, despite ES6 @@toStringTag.INDIRECT0
is-ci • 1.2.1Detect if the current environment is a CI serverINDIRECT1
is-core-module • 2.15.0Is this specifier a node.js core module?INDIRECT2
is-data-descriptor • 1.0.1Returns true if a value has the characteristics of a valid JavaScript data descriptor.INDIRECT2
is-data-view • 1.0.1Is this value a JS DataView? This module works cross-realm/iframe, does not depend on `instanceof` or mutable properties, and despite ES6 Symbol.toStringTag.INDIRECT19
is-date-object • 1.0.5Is this value a JS Date object? This module works cross-realm/iframe, and despite ES6 @@toStringTag.INDIRECT2
is-descriptor • 0.1.7Returns true if a value has the characteristics of a valid JavaScript descriptor. Works for data descriptors and accessor descriptors.INDIRECT4
is-descriptor • 1.0.3Returns true if a value has the characteristics of a valid JavaScript descriptor. Works for data descriptors and accessor descriptors.INDIRECT4
is-dotfile • 1.0.3Return true if a file path is (or has) a dotfile. Returns false if the path is a dot directory.INDIRECT0
is-equal-shallow • 0.1.3Does a shallow comparison of two objects, returning false if the keys or values differ.INDIRECT1
is-error • 2.2.2Detect whether a value is an errorINDIRECT0
is-extendable • 0.1.1Returns true if a value is any of the object types: array, regexp, plain object, function or date. This is useful for determining if a value can be extended, e.g. "can the value have keys?"INDIRECT0
is-extendable • 1.0.1Returns true if a value is a plain object, array or function.INDIRECT2
is-extglob • 1.0.0Returns true if a string has an extglob.INDIRECT0
is-finite • 1.1.0ES2015 Number.isFinite() ponyfillINDIRECT0
is-fullwidth-code-point • 1.0.0Check if the character represented by a given Unicode code point is fullwidthINDIRECT1
is-fullwidth-code-point • 2.0.0Check if the character represented by a given Unicode code point is fullwidthINDIRECT0
is-generator-fn • 1.0.0Check if something is a generator functionINDIRECT0
is-glob • 2.0.1Returns `true` if the given string looks like a glob pattern or an extglob pattern. This makes it easy to create code that only uses external modules like node-glob when necessary, resulting in much faster code execution and initialization time, and a betINDIRECT1
is-my-ip-valid • 1.0.1A small lib to validate IP addresses.INDIRECT0
is-my-json-valid • 2.20.6A [JSONSchema](https://json-schema.org/) validator that uses code generation to be extremely fast.INDIRECT6
is-negative-zero • 2.0.3Is this value negative zero? === will lie to youINDIRECT0
is-npm • 1.0.0Check if your code is running as an npm scriptINDIRECT0
is-number-object • 1.0.7Is this value a JS Number object? This module works cross-realm/iframe, and despite ES6 @@toStringTag.INDIRECT2
is-number • 2.1.0Returns true if the value is a number. comprehensive tests.INDIRECT2
is-number • 3.0.0Returns true if the value is a number. comprehensive tests.INDIRECT2
is-number • 4.0.0Returns true if the value is a number. comprehensive tests.INDIRECT0
is-obj • 1.0.1Check if a value is an objectINDIRECT0
is-observable • 0.2.0Check if a value is an ObservableINDIRECT1
is-plain-obj • 1.1.0Check if a value is a plain objectINDIRECT0
is-plain-object • 2.0.4Returns true if an object was created by the `Object` constructor.INDIRECT1
is-posix-bracket • 0.1.1Returns true if the given string is a POSIX bracket expression (POSIX character class).INDIRECT0
is-primitive • 2.0.0Returns `true` if the value is a primitive. INDIRECT0
is-promise • 2.2.2Test whether an object looks like a promises-a+ promiseINDIRECT0
is-property • 1.0.2Tests if a JSON property can be accessed using . syntaxINDIRECT0
is-redirect • 1.0.0Check if a number is a redirect HTTP status codeINDIRECT0
is-regex • 1.1.4Is this value a JS regex? Works cross-realm/iframe, and despite ES6 @@toStringTagINDIRECT13
is-retry-allowed • 1.2.0Is retry allowed for Error?INDIRECT0
is-shared-array-buffer • 1.0.3Is this value a JS SharedArrayBuffer?INDIRECT12
is-stream • 1.1.0Check if something is a Node.js streamINDIRECT0
is-string • 1.0.7Is this value a JS String object or primitive? This module works cross-realm/iframe, and despite ES6 @@toStringTag.INDIRECT2
is-symbol • 1.0.4Determine if a value is an ES6 Symbol or not.INDIRECT1
is-typed-array • 1.1.13Is this value a JS Typed Array? This module works cross-realm/iframe, does not depend on `instanceof` or mutable properties, and despite ES6 Symbol.toStringTag.INDIRECT18
is-url • 1.2.4Check whether a string is a URL.INDIRECT0
is-utf8 • 0.2.1Detect if a buffer is utf8 encoded.INDIRECT0
is-weakref • 1.0.2Is this value a JS WeakRef? This module works cross-realm/iframe, and despite ES6 @@toStringTag.INDIRECT12
is-windows • 1.0.2Returns true if the platform is windows. UMD module, works with node.js, commonjs, browser, AMD, electron, etc.INDIRECT0
isarray • 0.0.1Array#isArray for older browsersINDIRECT0
isarray • 1.0.0Array#isArray for older browsersINDIRECT0
isarray • 2.0.5Array#isArray for older browsersINDIRECT0
isobject • 2.1.0Returns true if the value is an object and not an array or null.INDIRECT1
isobject • 3.0.1Returns true if the value is an object and not an array or null.INDIRECT0
js-tokens • 3.0.2A regex that tokenizes JavaScript.INDIRECT0
js-yaml • 3.14.1YAML 1.2 parser and serializerINDIRECT3
jsdoc-api • 1.2.4A programmatic interface for jsdocINDIRECT46
jsdoc-parse • 1.2.7Jsdoc-annotated source code in, JSON format documentation out.INDIRECT72
jsdoc-to-markdown • 1.3.9jsdoc-annotated source in, markdown API docs out.DIRECT131
jsdoc2md-stats • 1.0.6Usage stats for jsdoc2mdINDIRECT23
jsesc • 0.5.0A JavaScript library for escaping JavaScript strings while generating the shortest possible valid output.INDIRECT0
jsesc • 1.3.0A JavaScript library for escaping JavaScript strings while generating the shortest possible valid output.INDIRECT0
json-stable-stringify • 1.1.1deterministic JSON.stringify() with custom sorting to get deterministic hashes from stringified resultsINDIRECT15
json5 • 0.5.1JSON for the ES5 era.INDIRECT0
jsonpointer • 5.0.1Simple JSON Addressing.INDIRECT0
kind-of • 3.2.2Get the native type of a value.INDIRECT1
kind-of • 4.0.0Get the native type of a value.INDIRECT1
kind-of • 6.0.3Get the native type of a value.INDIRECT0
klaw • 1.3.1File system walker with Readable stream interface.INDIRECT1
last-line-stream • 1.0.0A PassThrough stream that keeps track of last line writtenINDIRECT10
latest-version • 2.0.0Get the latest version of a npm packageINDIRECT37
lazy-cache • 1.0.4Cache requires to be lazy-loaded when needed.INDIRECT0
lazy-req • 1.1.0Require modules lazilyINDIRECT0
levn • 0.3.0Light ECMAScript (JavaScript) Value Notation - human written, concise, typed, flexibleINDIRECT2
load-json-file • 1.1.0Read and parse a JSON fileINDIRECT9
lodash.debounce • 4.0.8The lodash method `_.debounce` exported as a module.INDIRECT0
lodash.difference • 4.5.0The lodash method `_.difference` exported as a module.INDIRECT0
lodash.pick • 4.4.0The lodash method `_.pick` exported as a module.INDIRECT0
lodash • 4.17.21Lodash modular utilities.INDIRECT0
longest • 1.0.1Get the longest item in an array.INDIRECT0
loose-envify • 1.4.0Fast (and loose) selective `process.env` replacer using js-tokens instead of an ASTINDIRECT1
loud-rejection • 1.6.0Make unhandled promise rejections fail loudly instead of the default silent failINDIRECT3
lowercase-keys • 1.0.1Lowercase the keys of an objectINDIRECT0
map-cache • 0.2.2Basic cache object for storing key-value pairs.INDIRECT0
map-obj • 1.0.1Map object keys and values into a new objectINDIRECT0
map-visit • 1.0.0Map `visit` over an array of objects.INDIRECT2
marked • 0.3.19A markdown parser built for speedINDIRECT0
matcher • 0.1.2Simple wildcard matchingINDIRECT1
math-random • 1.0.4math-random is an drop-in replacement for Math.random that uses cryptographically secure random number generation, where available. It works in both browser and node environments.INDIRECT0
max-timeout • 1.0.0The max amount of milliseconds you can pass to `setTimeout()`INDIRECT0
md5-hex • 1.3.0Create a MD5 hash with hex encodingINDIRECT1
meow • 3.7.0CLI app helperINDIRECT46
micromatch • 2.3.11Glob matching for javascript/node.js. A drop-in replacement and faster alternative to minimatch and multimatch.INDIRECT37
micromatch • 3.1.10Glob matching for javascript/node.js. A drop-in replacement and faster alternative to minimatch and multimatch.INDIRECT80
mime-types • 1.0.2The ultimate javascript content-type utility.INDIRECT0
mime • 1.2.11A comprehensive library for mime-type mappingINDIRECT0
minimist • 0.0.10parse argument optionsINDIRECT0
minimist • 1.2.8parse argument optionsINDIRECT0
mixin-deep • 1.3.2Deeply mix the properties of objects into the first object. Like merge-deep, but doesn't clone.INDIRECT4
mkdirp • 0.5.6Recursively mkdir, like `mkdir -p`INDIRECT1
mkdirp2 • 1.0.5Recursively mkdir, like `mkdir -p`INDIRECT0
ms • 0.7.3Tiny milisecond conversion utilityINDIRECT0
ms • 2.0.0Tiny milisecond conversion utilityINDIRECT0
multimatch • 2.1.0Extends minimatch.match() with support for multiple patternsINDIRECT8
nan • 2.20.0Native Abstractions for Node.js: C++ header for Node 0.8 -> 22 compatibilityINDIRECT0
nanomatch • 1.2.13Fast, minimal glob matcher for node.js. Similar to micromatch, minimatch and multimatch, but complete Bash 4.3 wildcard support only (no support for exglobs, posix brackets or braces)INDIRECT68
natural-compare • 1.4.0Compare strings containing a mix of letters and numbers in the way a human being would in sort order.INDIRECT0
node-status-codes • 1.0.0Node.js `http.STATUS_CODES` ponyfillINDIRECT0
normalize-path • 2.1.1Normalize file path slashes to be unix-like forward slashes. Also condenses repeat slashes to a single slash and removes and trailing slashes unless disabled.INDIRECT1
not-so-shallow • 0.1.4A less shallow `only-shallow`INDIRECT1
number-is-nan • 1.0.1ES2015 Number.isNaN() ponyfillINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>align-text • 0.1.4Align the text in a string.INDIRECT4
nyc>8.4.0>ansi-regex • 2.0.0Regular expression for matching ANSI escape codesINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>ansi-styles • 2.2.1ANSI escape codes for styling strings in the terminalINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>append-transform • 0.3.0Install a transform to `require.extensions` that always runs last, even if additional extensions are added later.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>archy • 1.0.0render nested hierarchies `npm ls` style with unicode pipesINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>arr-diff • 2.0.0Returns an array with only the unique values from the first array, by excluding all values from additional arrays using strict equality for comparisons.INDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>arr-flatten • 1.0.1Recursively flatten an array or arrays. This is the fastest implementation of array flatten.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>array-unique • 0.2.1Return an array free of duplicate values. Fastest ES5 implementation.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>arrify • 1.0.1Convert a value to an arrayINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>async • 1.5.2Higher-order functions and common patterns for asynchronous codeINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>babel-code-frame • 6.16.0Generate errors that contain a code frame that point to source locations.INDIRECT9
nyc>8.4.0>babel-generator • 6.18.0Turns an AST into code.INDIRECT14
nyc>8.4.0>babel-messages • 6.8.0Collection of debug messages used by Babel.INDIRECT3
nyc>8.4.0>babel-runtime • 6.18.0babel selfContained runtimeINDIRECT2
nyc>8.4.0>babel-template • 6.16.0Generate an AST from a string template.INDIRECT24
nyc>8.4.0>babel-traverse • 6.18.0The Babel Traverse module maintains the overall tree state, and is responsible for replacing, removing, and adding nodesINDIRECT23
nyc>8.4.0>babel-types • 6.18.0Babel Types is a Lodash-esque utility library for AST nodesINDIRECT6
nyc>8.4.0>babylon • 6.13.1A JavaScript parserINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>balanced-match • 0.4.2Match balanced character pairs, like "{" and "}"INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>brace-expansion • 1.1.6Brace expansion as known from sh/bashINDIRECT2
nyc>8.4.0>braces • 1.8.5Fastest brace expansion for node.js, with the most complete support for the Bash 4.3 braces specification.INDIRECT11
nyc>8.4.0>builtin-modules • 1.1.1List of the Node.js builtin modulesINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>caching-transform • 1.0.1Wraps a transform and provides cachingINDIRECT8
nyc>8.4.0>camelcase • 1.2.1Convert a dash/dot/underscore/space separated string to camelCase: foo-bar → fooBarINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>center-align • 0.1.3Center-align the text in a string.INDIRECT6
nyc>8.4.0>chalk • 1.1.3Terminal string styling done right. Much color.INDIRECT6
nyc>8.4.0>code-point-at • 1.0.1ES2015 String#codePointAt() ponyfillINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>commondir • 1.0.1compute the closest common parent for file pathsINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>concat-map • 0.0.1concatenative mapdasheryINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>convert-source-map • 1.3.0Converts a source-map from/to different formats and allows adding/changing properties.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>core-js • 2.4.1Standard libraryINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>cross-spawn • 4.0.2Cross platform child_process#spawn and child_process#spawnSyncINDIRECT5
nyc>8.4.0>debug • 2.2.0small debugging utilityINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>decamelize • 1.2.0Convert a camelized string into a lowercased one with a custom separator: unicornRainbow → unicorn_rainbowINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>default-require-extensions • 1.0.0Node's default require extensions as a separate moduleINDIRECT2
nyc>8.4.0>detect-indent • 4.0.0Detect the indentation of codeINDIRECT3
nyc>8.4.0>error-ex • 1.3.0Easy error subclassing and stack customizationINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>escape-string-regexp • 1.0.5Escape RegExp special charactersINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>expand-brackets • 0.1.5Expand POSIX bracket expressions (character classes) in glob patterns.INDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>expand-range • 1.8.2Fast, bash-like range expansion. Expand a range of numbers or letters, uppercase or lowercase. See the benchmarks. Used by micromatch.INDIRECT9
nyc>8.4.0>extglob • 0.3.2Convert extended globs to regex-compatible strings. Add (almost) the expressive power of regular expressions to glob patterns.INDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>filename-regex • 2.0.0Regular expression for matching file names, with or without extension.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>fill-range • 2.2.3Fill in a range of numbers or letters, optionally passing an increment or multiplier to use.INDIRECT8
nyc>8.4.0>find-cache-dir • 0.1.1My well-made moduleINDIRECT8
nyc>8.4.0>find-up • 1.1.2Find a file by walking up parent directoriesINDIRECT3
nyc>8.4.0>for-in • 0.1.6Iterate over the own and inherited enumerable properties of an object, and return an object with properties that evaluate to true from the callback. Exit early by returning `false`. JavaScript/Node.jsINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>for-own • 0.1.4Iterate over the own enumerable properties of an object, and return an object with properties that evaluate to true from the callback. Exit early by returning `false`. JavaScript/Node.js.INDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>glob-base • 0.3.0Returns an object with the (non-glob) base path and the actual pattern.INDIRECT3
nyc>8.4.0>globals • 9.12.0Global identifiers from different JavaScript environmentsINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>handlebars • 4.0.5Handlebars provides the power necessary to let you build semantic templates effectively with no frustrationINDIRECT24
nyc>8.4.0>has-ansi • 2.0.0Check if a string has ANSI escape codesINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>has-flag • 1.0.0Check if argv has a specific flagINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>imurmurhash • 0.1.4An incremental implementation of MurmurHash3INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>invert-kv • 1.0.0Invert the key/value of an object. Example: {foo: 'bar'} → {bar: 'foo'}INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>is-arrayish • 0.2.1Determines if an object can be used as an arrayINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>is-buffer • 1.1.4Determine if an object is a BufferINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>is-builtin-module • 1.0.0Check if a string matches the name of a Node.js builtin moduleINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>is-dotfile • 1.0.2Return true if a file path is (or has) a dotfile. Returns false if the path is a dot directory.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>is-equal-shallow • 0.1.3Does a shallow comparison of two objects, returning false if the keys or values differ.INDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>is-extendable • 0.1.1Returns true if a value is any of the object types: array, regexp, plain object, function or date. This is useful for determining if a value can be extended, e.g. "can the value have keys?"INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>is-extglob • 1.0.0Returns true if a string has an extglob.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>is-finite • 1.0.2ES2015 Number.isFinite() ponyfillINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>is-fullwidth-code-point • 1.0.0Check if the character represented by a given Unicode code point is fullwidthINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>is-glob • 2.0.1Returns `true` if the given string looks like a glob pattern or an extglob pattern. This makes it easy to create code that only uses external modules like node-glob when necessary, resulting in much faster code execution and initialization time, and a betINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>is-number • 2.1.0Returns true if the value is a number. comprehensive tests.INDIRECT2
nyc>8.4.0>is-posix-bracket • 0.1.1Returns true if the given string is a POSIX bracket expression (POSIX character class).INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>is-primitive • 2.0.0Returns `true` if the value is a primitive. INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>is-utf8 • 0.2.1Detect if a buffer is utf8 encoded.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>isarray • 1.0.0Array#isArray for older browsersINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>isobject • 2.1.0Returns true if the value is an object and not an array or null.INDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>istanbul-lib-report>supports-color • 3.1.2Detect whether a terminal supports colorINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>js-tokens • 2.0.0A regex that tokenizes JavaScript.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>jsesc • 1.3.0A JavaScript library for escaping JavaScript strings while generating the shortest possible valid output.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>kind-of • 3.0.4Get the native type of a value.INDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>lazy-cache • 1.0.4Cache requires to be lazy-loaded when needed.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>lcid • 1.0.0Mapping between standard locale identifiers and Windows locale identifiers (LCID)INDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>load-json-file • 1.1.0Read and parse a JSON fileINDIRECT9
nyc>8.4.0>lodash • 4.16.6Lodash modular utilities.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>longest • 1.0.1Get the longest item in an array.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>loose-envify • 1.3.0Fast (and loose) selective `process.env` replacer using js-tokens instead of an ASTINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>md5-hex • 1.3.0Create a MD5 hash with hex encodingINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>micromatch • 2.3.11Glob matching for javascript/node.js. A drop-in replacement and faster alternative to minimatch and multimatch.INDIRECT33
nyc>8.4.0>minimist • 0.0.8parse argument optionsINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>mkdirp • 0.5.1Recursively mkdir, like `mkdir -p`INDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>normalize-path • 2.0.1Normalize file path slashes to be unix-like forward slashes. Also condenses repeat slashes to a single slash and removes and trailing slashes.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>number-is-nan • 1.0.1ES2015 Number.isNaN() ponyfillINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>object-assign • 4.1.0ES2015 Object.assign() ponyfillINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>object.omit • 2.0.1Return a copy of an object excluding the given key, or array of keys. Also accepts an optional filter function as the last argument.INDIRECT3
nyc>8.4.0>os-homedir • 1.0.2Node.js 4 `os.homedir()` ponyfillINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>os-locale • 1.4.0Get the system localeINDIRECT2
nyc>8.4.0>parse-glob • 3.0.4Parse a glob pattern into an object of tokens.INDIRECT5
nyc>8.4.0>parse-json • 2.2.0Parse JSON with more helpful errorsINDIRECT2
nyc>8.4.0>path-exists • 2.1.0Check if a path existsINDIRECT2
nyc>8.4.0>path-is-absolute • 1.0.1Node.js 0.12 path.isAbsolute() ponyfillINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>path-parse • 1.0.5Node.js path.parse() ponyfillINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>path-type • 1.1.0Check if a path is a file, directory, or symlinkINDIRECT4
nyc>8.4.0>pify • 2.3.0Promisify a callback-style functionINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>pinkie-promise • 2.0.1ES2015 Promise ponyfillINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>pinkie • 2.0.4Itty bitty little widdle twinkie pinkie ES2015 Promise implementationINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>pkg-dir • 1.0.0Find the root directory of a npm packageINDIRECT4
nyc>8.4.0>preserve • 0.2.0Temporarily substitute tokens in the given `string` with placeholders, then put them back after transforming the string.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>randomatic • 1.1.5Generate randomized strings of a specified length, fast. Only the length is necessary, but you can optionally generate patterns using any combination of numeric, alpha-numeric, alphabetical, special or custom characters.INDIRECT3
nyc>8.4.0>read-pkg-up • 1.0.1Read the closest package.json fileINDIRECT23
nyc>8.4.0>read-pkg • 1.1.0Read a package.json fileINDIRECT20
nyc>8.4.0>regenerator-runtime • 0.9.5Runtime for Regenerator-compiled generator and async functions.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>regex-cache • 0.4.3Memoize the results of a call to the RegExp constructor, avoiding repetitious runtime compilation of the same string and options, resulting in suprising performance improvements.INDIRECT2
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nyc>8.4.0>repeat-string • 1.6.1Repeat the given string n times. Fastest implementation for repeating a string.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>repeating • 2.0.1Repeat a string - fastINDIRECT2
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nyc>8.4.0>right-align • 0.1.3Right-align the text in a string.INDIRECT5
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nyc>8.4.0>strip-bom • 2.0.0Strip UTF-8 byte order mark (BOM) from a string/bufferINDIRECT1
nyc>8.4.0>supports-color • 2.0.0Detect whether a terminal supports colorINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>to-fast-properties • 1.0.2Force V8 to use fast properties for an objectINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>uglify-js>yargs • 3.10.0Light-weight option parsing with an argv hash. No optstrings attached.INDIRECT13
nyc>8.4.0>uglify-to-browserify • 1.0.2A transform to make UglifyJS work in browserify.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>wordwrap • 0.0.3Wrap those words. Show them at what columns to start and stop.INDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>wrap-ansi • 2.0.0Wordwrap a string with ANSI escape codesINDIRECT6
nyc>8.4.0>yargs-parser>camelcase • 3.0.0Convert a dash/dot/underscore/space separated string to camelCase: foo-bar → fooBarINDIRECT0
nyc>8.4.0>yargs • 6.3.0yargs the modern, pirate-themed, successor to optimist.INDIRECT46
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nyc>8.4.0>yargs>window-size • 0.2.0Reliable way to to get the height and width of the terminal/console in a node.js environment.INDIRECT0
object-assign • 4.1.1ES2015 `Object.assign()` ponyfillINDIRECT0
object-copy • 0.1.0Copy static properties, prototype properties, and descriptors from one object to another.INDIRECT9
object-get • 2.1.1Access nested property values at any depth with a simple expression.INDIRECT0
object-inspect • 1.13.2string representations of objects in node and the browserINDIRECT0
object-is • 1.1.6ES2015-compliant shim for Object.is - differentiates between -0 and +0INDIRECT14
object-keys • 1.1.1An Object.keys replacement, in case Object.keys is not available. From https://github.com/es-shims/es5-shimINDIRECT0
object-to-spawn-args • 1.1.1Converts an object to a child_process.spawn args arrayINDIRECT0
object-tools • 1.6.7Useful functions for working with objectsINDIRECT2
object-tools • 2.0.6Useful functions for working with objectsINDIRECT8
object-visit • 1.0.1Call a specified method on each value in the given object.INDIRECT1
object.assign • 4.1.5ES6 spec-compliant Object.assign shim. From https://github.com/es-shims/es6-shimINDIRECT14
object.omit • 2.0.1Return a copy of an object excluding the given key, or array of keys. Also accepts an optional filter function as the last argument.INDIRECT3
object.pick • 1.3.0Returns a filtered copy of an object with only the specified keys, similar to `_.pick` from lodash / underscore.INDIRECT1
observable-to-promise • 0.4.0Convert an Observable to a PromiseINDIRECT2
onetime • 1.1.0Only call a function onceINDIRECT0
option-chain • 0.1.1Use fluent property chains in lieu of options objectsINDIRECT1
optionator • 0.8.3option parsing and help generationINDIRECT6
os-homedir • 1.0.2Node.js 4 `os.homedir()` ponyfillINDIRECT0
os-tmpdir • 1.0.2Node.js os.tmpdir() ponyfillINDIRECT0
package-json • 2.4.0Get the package.json of a package from the npm registryINDIRECT36
parse-glob • 3.0.4Parse a glob pattern into an object of tokens.INDIRECT5
parse-json • 2.2.0Parse JSON with more helpful errorsINDIRECT2
parse-ms • 0.1.2Parse milliseconds into an objectINDIRECT0
parse-ms • 1.0.1Parse milliseconds into an objectINDIRECT0
pascalcase • 0.1.1Convert a string to pascal-case.INDIRECT0
path-exists • 2.1.0Check if a path existsINDIRECT2
path-is-absolute • 1.0.1Node.js 0.12 path.isAbsolute() ponyfillINDIRECT0
path-parse • 1.0.7Node.js path.parse() ponyfillINDIRECT0
path-type • 1.1.0Check if a path is a file, directory, or symlinkINDIRECT4
pify • 2.3.0Promisify a callback-style functionINDIRECT0
pinkie-promise • 1.0.0ES6 Promise ponyfillINDIRECT1
pinkie-promise • 2.0.1ES2015 Promise ponyfillINDIRECT1
pinkie • 1.0.0Itty bitty little wittle twinkie pinkie ES6 Promise implementationINDIRECT0
pinkie • 2.0.4Itty bitty little widdle twinkie pinkie ES2015 Promise implementationINDIRECT0
pkg-conf • 1.1.3Get namespaced config from the closest package.jsonINDIRECT14
pkg-dir • 1.0.0Find the root directory of a npm packageINDIRECT4
plur • 1.0.0Naively pluralize a wordINDIRECT0
plur • 2.1.2Pluralize a wordINDIRECT1
pluralize • 1.2.1Pluralize and singularize any wordINDIRECT0
posix-character-classes • 0.1.1POSIX character classes for creating regular expressions.INDIRECT0
possible-typed-array-names • 1.0.0A simple list of possible Typed Array names.INDIRECT0
power-assert-context-formatter • 1.2.0format power-assert contextINDIRECT3
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prelude-ls • 1.1.2prelude.ls is a functionally oriented utility library. It is powerful and flexible. Almost all of its functions are curried. It is written in, and is the recommended base library for, LiveScript.INDIRECT0
prepend-http • 1.0.4Prepend `http://` to humanized URLs like todomvc.com and localhostINDIRECT0
preserve • 0.2.0Temporarily substitute tokens in the given `string` with placeholders, then put them back after transforming the string.INDIRECT0
pretty-ms • 0.2.2Convert milliseconds to a human readable string: 1337000000 ➔ 15d 11h 23m 20sINDIRECT1
pretty-ms • 2.1.0Convert milliseconds to a human readable string: 1337000000 → 15d 11h 23m 20sINDIRECT3
private • 0.1.8Utility for associating truly private state with any JavaScript objectINDIRECT0
process-nextick-args • 2.0.1process.nextTick but always with argsINDIRECT0
progress • 1.1.8Flexible ascii progress barINDIRECT0
promise.prototype.finally • 1.0.1A polyfill for Promise.prototype.finally for ES6 compliant promisesINDIRECT0
promise • 7.3.1Bare bones Promises/A+ implementationINDIRECT1
psl • 1.9.0Domain name parser based on the Public Suffix ListINDIRECT0
punycode • 2.3.1A robust Punycode converter that fully complies to RFC 3492 and RFC 5891, and works on nearly all JavaScript platforms.INDIRECT0
querystringify • 2.2.0Querystringify - Small, simple but powerful query string parser.INDIRECT0
randomatic • 3.1.1Generate randomized strings of a specified length using simple character sequences. The original generate-password.INDIRECT3
read-all-stream • 3.1.0Read all stream content and pass it to callbackINDIRECT10
read-pkg-up • 1.0.1Read the closest package.json fileINDIRECT28
read-pkg • 1.1.0Read a package.json fileINDIRECT25
readable-stream • 1.0.34Streams2, a user-land copy of the stream library from Node.js v0.10.xINDIRECT4
readable-stream • 2.3.8Streams3, a user-land copy of the stream library from Node.jsINDIRECT7
readdirp • 2.2.1Recursive version of fs.readdir with streaming api.INDIRECT89
readline2 • 1.0.1Readline Façade fixing bugs and issues found in releases 0.8 and 0.10INDIRECT4
rechoir • 0.6.2Require any supported file as a node module.INDIRECT6
redent • 1.0.0Strip redundant indentation and indent the stringINDIRECT5
reduce-extract • 1.0.0reduce-extractINDIRECT3
reduce-flatten • 1.0.1Flatten an array into the supplied array.INDIRECT0
reduce-unique • 1.0.0Reduce an array to unique values, optionally into a separate array.INDIRECT0
reduce-without • 1.0.1reduce-withoutINDIRECT3
regenerate • 1.4.2Generate JavaScript-compatible regular expressions based on a given set of Unicode symbols or code points.INDIRECT0
regenerator-runtime • 0.10.5Runtime for Regenerator-compiled generator and async functions.INDIRECT0
regenerator-runtime • 0.11.1Runtime for Regenerator-compiled generator and async functions.INDIRECT0
regex-cache • 0.4.4Memoize the results of a call to the RegExp constructor, avoiding repetitious runtime compilation of the same string and options, resulting in surprising performance improvements.INDIRECT2
regex-not • 1.0.2Create a javascript regular expression for matching everything except for the given string.INDIRECT7
regexp.prototype.flags • 1.5.2ES6 spec-compliant RegExp.prototype.flags shim.INDIRECT16
regexpu-core • 2.0.0regexpu’s core functionality (i.e. `rewritePattern(pattern, flag)`), capable of translating ES6 Unicode regular expressions to ES5.INDIRECT4
registry-auth-token • 3.4.0Get the auth token set for an npm registry (if any)INDIRECT6
registry-url • 3.1.0Get the set npm registry URLINDIRECT5
regjsgen • 0.2.0Generate `RegExp`s from RegJSParser’s ASTINDIRECT0
repeat-element • 1.1.4Create an array by repeating the given value n times.INDIRECT0
repeat-string • 1.6.1Repeat the given string n times. Fastest implementation for repeating a string.INDIRECT0
repeating • 2.0.1Repeat a string - fastINDIRECT1
req-then • 0.5.1Simple http(s) request function, returning a promise. INDIRECT5
require-precompiled • 0.1.0Require extension that allows for caching/precompilingINDIRECT0
require-uncached • 1.0.3Require a module bypassing the cacheINDIRECT3
requires-port • 1.0.0Check if a protocol requires a certain port number to be added to an URL.INDIRECT0
requizzle • 0.2.4Swizzle a little something into your require() calls.INDIRECT1
resolve-cwd • 1.0.0Resolve the path of a module like `require.resolve()` but from the current working directoryINDIRECT1
resolve-from • 1.0.1Resolve the path of a module like require.resolve() but from a given pathINDIRECT0
resolve-from • 2.0.0Resolve the path of a module like require.resolve() but from a given pathINDIRECT0
resolve-url • 0.2.1Like Node.js’ `path.resolve`/`url.resolve` for the browser.INDIRECT0
resolve • 1.22.8resolve like require.resolve() on behalf of files asynchronously and synchronouslyINDIRECT5
restore-cursor • 1.0.1Gracefully restore the CLI cursor on exitINDIRECT2
resumer • 0.0.0a through stream that starts paused and resumes on the next tickINDIRECT1
ret • 0.1.15Tokenizes a string that represents a regular expression.INDIRECT0
right-align • 0.1.3Right-align the text in a string.INDIRECT5
rollup • 0.34.13Next-generation ES6 module bundlerDIRECT2
run-async • 0.1.0Utility method to run function either synchronously or asynchronously using the common `this.async()` style.INDIRECT2
safe-array-concat • 1.1.2`Array.prototype.concat`, but made safe by ignoring Symbol.isConcatSpreadableINDIRECT13
safe-buffer • 5.1.2Safer Node.js Buffer APIINDIRECT0
safe-regex-test • 1.0.3Give a regex, get a robust predicate function that tests it against a string.INDIRECT14
safe-regex • 1.1.0detect possibly catastrophic, exponential-time regular expressionsINDIRECT1
semver-diff • 2.1.0Get the diff type of two semver versions: 0.0.1 0.0.2 → patchINDIRECT1
set-function-length • 1.2.2Set a function's length propertyINDIRECT10
set-function-name • 2.0.2Set a function's name propertyINDIRECT11
set-immediate-shim • 1.0.1Simple setImmediate shimINDIRECT0
set-value • 2.0.1Create nested values and any intermediaries using dot notation (`'a.b.c'`) paths.INDIRECT8
side-channel • 1.0.6Store information about any JS value in a side channel. Uses WeakMap if available.INDIRECT13
slash • 1.0.0Convert Windows backslash paths to slash pathsINDIRECT0
slice-ansi • 0.0.4Slice a string with ANSI escape codesINDIRECT0
snapdragon-node • 2.1.1Snapdragon utility for creating a new AST node in custom code, such as plugins.INDIRECT10
snapdragon-util • 3.0.1Utilities for the snapdragon parser/compiler.INDIRECT2
snapdragon • 0.8.2Fast, pluggable and easy-to-use parser-renderer factory.INDIRECT56
sort-array • 1.1.2Sort an array of objects by any property value, at any depth, in any custom order.INDIRECT3
sort-keys • 1.1.2Sort the keys of an objectINDIRECT1
source-map-resolve • 0.5.3Resolve the source map and/or sources for a generated file.INDIRECT5
source-map-support • 0.4.18Fixes stack traces for files with source mapsINDIRECT1
source-map-url • 0.4.1Tools for working with sourceMappingURL comments.INDIRECT0
spdx-expression-parse • 3.0.1parse SPDX license expressionsINDIRECT2
split-string • 3.1.0Split a string on a character except when the character is escaped.INDIRECT5
split • 0.2.10split a Text Stream into a Line StreamINDIRECT1
stack-utils • 0.4.0Captures and cleans stack tracesINDIRECT0
static-extend • 0.1.2Adds a static `extend` method to a class, to simplify inheritance. Extends the static properties, prototype properties, and descriptors from a `Parent` constructor onto `Child` constructors.INDIRECT10
stream-combiner • 0.0.4<img src=https://secure.travis-ci.org/dominictarr/stream-combiner.png?branch=master>INDIRECT1
stream-connect • 1.0.2Connects an arbitrary number of streams into a single, combined streamINDIRECT2
stream-handlebars • 0.1.6Extends handlebars with a streaming interface for .compile()INDIRECT26
stream-via • 0.1.1stream-viaINDIRECT0
stream-via • 1.0.4stream-viaINDIRECT0
string_decoder • 0.10.31The string_decoder module from Node coreINDIRECT0
string_decoder • 1.1.1The string_decoder module from Node coreINDIRECT1
string-tools • 0.1.8Some useful functions for working with stringsINDIRECT0
string-tools • 1.0.0Some useful functions for working with stringsINDIRECT0
string-width • 1.0.2Get the visual width of a string - the number of columns required to display itINDIRECT5
string-width • 2.1.1Get the visual width of a string - the number of columns required to display itINDIRECT3
string.prototype.trim • 1.2.9ES5 spec-compliant shim for String.prototype.trimINDIRECT64
string.prototype.trimend • 1.0.8ES2019 spec-compliant String.prototype.trimEnd shim.INDIRECT15
string.prototype.trimstart • 1.0.8ES2019 spec-compliant String.prototype.trimStart shim.INDIRECT15
stringifier • 1.4.1Yet another stringify functionINDIRECT69
stringstream • 0.0.6Encode and decode streams into string streamsINDIRECT0
strip-ansi • 0.1.1Strip ANSI escape codes (used for colorizing strings in the terminal)INDIRECT0
strip-ansi • 3.0.1Strip ANSI escape codesINDIRECT1
strip-ansi • 4.0.0Strip ANSI escape codesINDIRECT1
strip-bom • 2.0.0Strip UTF-8 byte order mark (BOM) from a string/bufferINDIRECT1
strip-bom • 3.0.0Strip UTF-8 byte order mark (BOM) from a stringINDIRECT0
strip-indent • 1.0.1Strip leading whitespace from every line in a stringINDIRECT1
strip-json-comments • 2.0.1Strip comments from JSON. Lets you use comments in your JSON files!INDIRECT0
supports-color • 2.0.0Detect whether a terminal supports colorINDIRECT0
supports-preserve-symlinks-flag • 1.0.0Determine if the current node version supports the `--preserve-symlinks` flag.INDIRECT0
symbol-observable • 0.2.4Symbol.observable ponyfillINDIRECT0
table-layout • 0.3.0Stylable text tables, handling ansi colour. Useful for console output.INDIRECT7
tape • 2.3.0tap-producing test harness for node and browsersINDIRECT9
temp-path • 1.0.0Create a temporary filename or pathINDIRECT0
test-value • 1.1.0Test a value in a variety of waysINDIRECT2
test-value • 2.1.0Test a value in a variety of waysINDIRECT2
text-table • 0.2.0borderless text tables with alignmentINDIRECT0
the-argv • 1.0.0The part of argv you wantINDIRECT0
then-fs • 2.0.0promised FSINDIRECT2
through • 2.3.8simplified stream constructionINDIRECT0
through2 • 2.0.5A tiny wrapper around Node streams2 Transform to avoid explicit subclassing noiseINDIRECT9
timed-out • 3.1.3Emit `ETIMEDOUT` or `ESOCKETTIMEDOUT` when ClientRequest is hangedINDIRECT0
to-fast-properties • 1.0.3Force V8 to use fast properties for an objectINDIRECT0
to-object-path • 0.3.0Create an object path from a list or array of strings.INDIRECT2
to-regex-range • 2.1.1Pass two numbers, get a regex-compatible source string for matching ranges. Validated against more than 2.78 million test assertions.INDIRECT4
to-regex • 3.0.2Generate a regex from a string or array of strings.INDIRECT14
traverse • 0.6.9traverse and transform objects by visiting every node on a recursive walkINDIRECT66
trim-newlines • 1.0.0Trim newlines from the start and/or end of a stringINDIRECT0
trim-right • 1.0.1Similar to String#trim() but removes only whitespace on the rightINDIRECT0
type-check • 0.3.2type-check allows you to check the types of JavaScript values at runtime with a Haskell like type syntax.INDIRECT1
type-name • 2.0.2Just a reasonable typeofINDIRECT0
typed-array-buffer • 1.0.2Get the ArrayBuffer out of a TypedArray, robustly.INDIRECT19
typed-array-byte-length • 1.0.1Robustly get the byte length of a Typed ArrayINDIRECT19
typed-array-byte-offset • 1.0.2Robustly get the byte offset of a Typed ArrayINDIRECT19
typed-array-length • 1.0.6Robustly get the length of a Typed ArrayINDIRECT19
typedarray.prototype.slice • 1.0.3ES spec-compliant shim for TypedArray.prototype.sliceINDIRECT65
typedarray • 0.0.6TypedArray polyfill for old browsersINDIRECT0
typical • 2.6.1Robust Javascript type-checkingINDIRECT0
uglify-to-browserify • 1.0.2A transform to make UglifyJS work in browserify.INDIRECT0
uid2 • 0.0.3strong uidINDIRECT0
unbox-primitive • 1.0.2Unbox a boxed JS primitive value.INDIRECT20
underscore • 1.8.3JavaScript's functional programming helper library.INDIRECT0
union-value • 1.0.1Set an array of unique values as the property of an object. Supports setting deeply nested properties using using object-paths/dot notation.INDIRECT11
unique-temp-dir • 1.0.0Provides a uniquely named temp directory.INDIRECT4
universalify • 0.2.0Make a callback- or promise-based function support both promises and callbacks.INDIRECT0
unset-value • 1.0.0Delete nested properties from an object using dot notation.INDIRECT6
unzip-response • 1.0.2Unzip a HTTP response if neededINDIRECT0
urix • 0.1.0Makes Windows-style paths more unix and URI friendly.INDIRECT0
url-parse-lax • 1.0.0url.parse() with support for protocol-less URLs & IPsINDIRECT1
url-parse • 1.5.10Small footprint URL parser that works seamlessly across Node.js and browser environmentsINDIRECT2
usage-stats • 0.8.6A minimal, offline-friendly Google Analytics Measurement Protocol client for tracking statistics in shell and javascript applicationsINDIRECT21
use • 3.1.1Easily add plugin support to your node.js application.INDIRECT0
user-home • 2.0.0Get the path to the user home directoryINDIRECT1
util-deprecate • 1.0.2The Node.js `util.deprecate()` function with browser supportINDIRECT0
uuid • 2.0.3Rigorous implementation of RFC4122 (v1 and v4) UUIDs.INDIRECT0
uuid • 3.4.0RFC4122 (v1, v4, and v5) UUIDsINDIRECT0
walk-back • 2.0.1Walk up the directory tree until the specified path is found.INDIRECT0
which-boxed-primitive • 1.0.2Which kind of boxed JS primitive is this?INDIRECT19
which-typed-array • 1.1.15Which kind of Typed Array is this JavaScript value? Works cross-realm, without `instanceof`, and despite Symbol.toStringTag.INDIRECT17
widest-line • 1.0.0Get the visual width of the widest line in a string - the number of columns required to display itINDIRECT6
window-size • 0.1.0Reliable way to to get the height and width of the terminal/console in a node.js environment.INDIRECT0
word-wrap • 1.2.5Wrap words to a specified length.INDIRECT0
wordwrap • 0.0.3Wrap those words. Show them at what columns to start and stop.INDIRECT0
wordwrapjs • 1.2.1Word-wrapping for javascript.INDIRECT2
wordwrapjs • 2.0.0Word-wrapping for javascript.INDIRECT4
write-json-file • 1.2.0Stringify and write JSON to a file atomicallyINDIRECT12
write-pkg • 1.0.0Write a package.json fileINDIRECT13
write • 0.2.1Write files to disk, creating intermediate directories if they don't exist.INDIRECT2
xdg-basedir • 2.0.0Get XDG Base Directory pathsINDIRECT1
xtend • 4.0.2extend like a bossINDIRECT0
yargs • 3.10.0Light-weight option parsing with an argv hash. No optstrings attached.INDIRECT13
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esniff • 2.0.1Low footprint ECMAScript source code parserINDIRECT8
ext • 1.7.0JavaScript utilities with respect to emerging standardINDIRECT1
fs.realpath • 1.0.0Use node's fs.realpath, but fall back to the JS implementation if the native one failsINDIRECT0
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glob • 7.2.3a little globberINDIRECT10
graceful-fs • 4.2.11A drop-in replacement for fs, making various improvements.INDIRECT0
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ignore-by-default • 1.0.1A list of directories you should ignore by defaultINDIRECT0
inflight • 1.0.6Add callbacks to requests in flight to avoid async duplicationINDIRECT2
inherits • 2.0.4Browser-friendly inheritance fully compatible with standard node.js inherits()INDIRECT0
ini • 1.3.8An ini encoder/decoder for nodeINDIRECT0
is-resolvable • 1.1.0Check if a module ID is resolvable with require()INDIRECT0
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minimatch • 2.0.10a glob matcher in javascriptINDIRECT3
minimatch • 3.1.2a glob matcher in javascriptINDIRECT3
mute-stream • 0.0.5Bytes go in, but they don't come out (when muted).INDIRECT0
next-tick • 1.1.0Environment agnostic nextTick polyfillINDIRECT0
nyc • 8.4.0the Istanbul command line interfaceDIRECT180
nyc>8.4.0>cliui • 2.1.0easily create complex multi-column command-line-interfacesINDIRECT9
nyc>8.4.0>foreground-child • 1.5.3Run a child as if it's the foreground process. Give it stdio. Exit when it exits.INDIRECT7
nyc>8.4.0>fs.realpath • 1.0.0Use node's fs.realpath, but fall back to the JS implementation if the native one failsINDIRECT0
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nyc>8.4.0>glob-parent • 2.0.0Strips glob magic from a string to provide the parent pathINDIRECT2
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nyc>8.4.0>graceful-fs • 4.1.9A drop-in replacement for fs, making various improvements.INDIRECT0
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