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btoa for Node.JS (it's a one-liner)

Updated 4 years ago

W3C DOM Storage (localStorage and sessionStorage) for node.js

Updated 4 years ago

forEachAsync - browser and node ready

Updated 2 years ago

Tools for manipulating semver strings and objects

Updated 3 years ago

I went to install Wallabag and was annoyed with clunky install instructions on two seperate pages. I wrote a script to automate that process.

Updated 3 years ago

Porting Google's S2 Geometry Library to Javascript

Updated 3 years ago

ACME (Let's Encrypt) client for node.js

Updated 3 years ago

An auto-sni strategy for registering and renewing letsencrypt / ACME certificates using SNICallback.

Updated 2 years ago

Read basic info (subject, altnames, expiresAt, issuedAt) from a cert.pem / x509 certificate (tls / ssl / https)

Updated 3 years ago

A wrapper to enable the use of any in-process store with node cluster via cluster process and worker messages (i.e. for Raspberry Pi servers).

Updated 3 years ago

A simple way to wrap a single-instance module to enable it to work with node cluster.

Updated 3 years ago

Generate a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) for a Free SSL Certificate in your browser! Uses as few dependencies as possible from the PKI.js and ASN1.js suites.

Updated 3 years ago

The specification, template, and tests for creating an le-store- strategy for Let's Encrypt v2 / ACME using greenlock.js.

Updated 2 years ago

A cli-based strategy for Let's Encrypt v2 with greenlock.js. Prints the ACME challenge token and key and then waits for you to hit enter before continuing.

Updated 2 years ago

ACME dns-01 challenge reference implementation for Greenlock v2.7+ (and v3).

Updated 2 years ago

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A lightweight IOT application server with a hard shell written for node.js

Updated 3 years ago

node-sqlite3, thinly wrapped for use in a node cluster (useful for Raspberry Pi 2 and other multi-core arm devices)

Updated 3 years ago

Break out of localhost. Access your devices from behind firewalls. Securely access your services from anywhere. An easy-to-use secure tunnel for all sorts of wonderful things (kind of like a poor man's VPN).

Updated 3 years ago

ACME (Let's Encrypt v2) client for node.js

Updated 3 years ago

A standard for webservers that's just right.

Updated 3 years ago