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GitHub - nrk/redis-lua: A Lua client library for the redis key value storage system. Documentation - Materialize. Get Started With Turbo — Turbo.lua 2.1.0 documentation. A set of simple examples to get you started using Turbo.

Get Started With Turbo — Turbo.lua 2.1.0 documentation

Installing Turbo¶ Turbo needs LuaJIT to run, because it uses the LuaJIT FFI library it will not run on ‘official/normal/vanilla’ Lua. Quick install on Debian/Ubuntu (you may need to add sudo or run these as root user): $ apt-get install luajit luarocks git build-essential libssl-dev $ luarocks install turbo You can also install Turbo use the included Makefile in the project source: Stylus docs. Nib - CSS3 extensions for Stylus. Nib is a small and powerful library for the Stylus CSS language, providing robust cross-browser CSS3 mixins to make your life as a designer easier.

nib - CSS3 extensions for Stylus

Installation To get started you'll first want to add nib to your package.json file, along with stylus. Once installed you can use Stylus and Nib with your Connect or Express application as shown in the following snippet. The simple .use(nib()) call is all that is required to expose itself to Stylus. Pug docs. Installation Pug is available via npm: $ npm install pug Overview The general rendering process of Pug is simple. pug.compile() will compile the Pug source code into a JavaScript function that takes a data object (called “locals”) as argument.

Pug docs

Call that resultant function with your data, and voilà! Animo. A powerful little tool for managing transitions and animations with JavaScript. Interact.js - JavaScript drag and drop, resizing and gestures with inertia and snapping.