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Download Website Updated 07 Oct 2013 imread

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imread is a simple library which reads and saves images from disk to and from numpy arrays. Its goal is to perform this task simply, so that it can become very stable, leaving more complex image processing for other packages.

No download Website Updated 30 Jul 2013 hulk

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hulk is a usable in-browser HTML editor. Running $.hulk with some options will insert a pretty JSON editor into the div with the id "selector". You can then edit the document at your leisure, in text input boxes instead of as JSON. This makes it easy for programmers and non-technical people to collaborate on configuration. Hulk is also smart about detecting your input (if it's large, use a textarea, if it looks like a number, convert it to a number, etc.).

No download No website Updated 15 Oct 2013 JavaScript UI Language

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The JavaScript UI Language (JUL) is a configuration and instantiation module for the JavaScript frameworks. It can be used with any framework that accepts a configuration object as a constructor parameter, or with a custom factory for the other frameworks. It parses a tree of configuration objects and creates the run-time components in the expected order and membership. For most uses, after this step, you will have your application's user interface up and running. It implements programming by configuration for event-driven UI JavaScript frameworks; top-down and bottom-up creation of the component tree; and conversion of a DOM XML document into a configuration tree. It supports configuration inheritance and tparser meta-information inside a configuration node. It has fully configurable parsing and the ability to map node IDs as component instances. It supports serialization of the configuration tree to JavaScript or JSON source code.

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WeatherLog

A weather logging application.

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histofile

A tool that shows histograms of used byte-values in files.