Testing out different node frameworks to see which works best
Starter project for Ruby on Rails – Works with any prismic.io repository
Make highcharts a la ruby , works in rails 3.X, 4 and other ruby web frameworks
This is an artificial intelligence in the works. It's goal is to talk, and learn. Some rigidness is to be expected.
Fork of https://github.com/Anachron/satisfy/, works as Skeleton for Mimosa.
A flexible use case pattern that works *with* your workflow, not against it.
MVC framework. Built on Node.JS. Works on server and browser.
A notification service built in Node.js that works with Microsoft WNS, Apple APN and Google GCM for push notifications. Supports device registrations, template management, and event notifications.
simple-raytracer works as a standalone version of the JS raytracer found in distracer.io, which was inspired by jsRayTracer. It's purpose is to offer a simple raytracing interface that can be run locally in, in a distributed fashion on a server or even in browsers
A combobox plugin that works with twitter bootstrap
Command-line Cygwin package manager that actually works
A tiny, dynamic grid system that works with you, not against you.
Angular collection that works with ng-repeat and other cool features