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axios - npm
Promise based HTTP client for the browser and node.js
http  client  nodejs  browser  javascript  library  promises 
yesterday by orlin
feedparser - npm
Robust RSS Atom and RDF feed parsing using sax js
nodejs  feed  parser  rss  xml  rdf  javascript  library 
yesterday by orlin
NativeBase | Essential cross-platform UI components for React Native
NativeBase is an open source framework to build React Native apps over a single JavaScript codebase for Android and iOS
react-native  react  library  components  ui 
2 days ago by oso96_2000
dgryski/go-simstore: simhash storage and searching
go-simstore: store and search through simhashes

This package is an implementation of section 3 of "Detecting Near-Duplicates for Web Crawling" by Manku, Jain, and Sarma,

simhash is a simple simhashing library.
simstore is the storage and searching logic
simd is a small daemon that wraps simstore and exposes a http /search endpoint
This code is licensed under the MIT license
simhash  golang  github  code  library 
2 days ago by newtonapple
resemblejs - npm
Image analysis and comparison with HTML5

image diffing and comparison, for regression testing
library  work  javascript 
2 days ago by bfulop
React Native at Airbnb | Hacker News
To provide some extra context on this: at FB, we can't ship any RN update (or really, any RN commit) without updating our own apps for it. No product teams at FB are going to agree to rewrite their code just because an infrastructure team came up with a new way to do something.
The reason updates are easier at FB mostly has to do with atomicity of commits. Because FB uses RN from master (and in practice all code lives in the same monorepo), codemods can be applied to products together with the corresponding infrastructure changes. Since the upgrades have a commit granularity instead of the monthly stable releases we cut in open source, there are no big delays between a regression being introduced and fixed for FB products. This discrepancy is unfortunate, but I don’t really see a way around it for an actively developed library--which might be your point.

Undoubtedly RN is in active development, and being a moving target, it's easier for FB teams to “follow” it. Still, large backwards-incompatible changes are just as infeasible for us as for everybody else without either an automated codemod or an opt-in strategy.
fb  monorepo  library  codemod 
2 days ago by angeal
fe3dback/str: A fast string manipulation library with multibyte support. Based on "Stringy" lib, with focus on speed.
strongly typed
no exceptions thrown
new functions
A fast string manipulation library with multi-byte support. Inspired by the "Stringy" library, with focus on speed.

Lib uses php7 features and does not throw any exceptions (because all input parameters are strongly typed). The code is completely covered by unit tests.
PHP  library  opensource  performance  i18n 
2 days ago by archangel

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