SearchNPM is the new premier discovery method for finding NPM packages. It provides a mobile quick reference for searching through NPM packages via keywords: no terminal shell required.
SearchNPM is built on top of a Node.js app (naturally) that acts as a search API for npmjs.org. Local caches? No more! It also pulls key information from GitHub repositories like the README file and the main contributors to the package.
Server-side automatic database updates means that you don't have to worry about local storage or latest revisions: it's all taken care of.
This initial release of SearchNPM concentrates solely on the, well, search aspect of the app. Future updates will bring exciting new features, like:
Pinned Packages: Found a package that you want to use in a project? Pin it to a project board for later use.
Package RFC’s: Quickly send an email with all the relevant package details to your co-workers and start a discussion.
Notes: Annotate package listings with key information.
Push Notifications: Get notified whenever a package of your choice updates.
SearchNPM is also available on WindowsPhone8 and iOS, you can find details on those apps and much more at our site: npm.cat
Note: adverts in the application are required to fund the server that powers our own NPM cache. An option to remove this will be made available in a future revision together with a bunch of new features.
It is available just to start application, and to copy and paste JSON in text box.
Because all the analysis performs it in offline,
Even data with the secrecy are available in peace.
(I use the authority of the Internet for a chisel for advertisement indication)
Because is easy to treat it more lightly than XML; such as WebAPI
It is a format used in the data exchanges well.
Including the middle of the movement and the interval of the meal when wanted to analyze JSON form incidentally
I take out a smartphone slowly, and, please start this application.
A light analysis result surely brings peace in your heart.
(※ this is a personal impression, and there is individual difference in way of feeling)
* Analysis, hierarchy indication of the JSON form
* Automatic removal (JSONP correspondence) such as callbacks
* The pass acquisition (green part) to a specific node
* Folding of the sequence
* Wide screen correspondence
* Test mode
To be frank, I do not know whether there is demand,
I want you to use it towards an engineer and a programmer treating JSON by all means.
* JSON Visualizer for Web this (PC):
All you need is only an internet connection. So.. what are you waiting for ;-) ?
* Program execution - your code is safely executed in our cloud sandboxes.
* Local files browsing
* Syntax highlighting
* Compiles history
Programming language support:
Feel free to try out and test the existing functions. Expect some function to be not working yet. So please do not comment on the functions that do not exist yet. Thanks.
Turn your phone into a sensor node for a wireless sensor network. Sensor Node make use of all your phone's amazing sensors and stream them to your PC in real time. A typical sensor node like this cost you hundreds of dollars outside. Sensor Node is available for you for free! Or use it as a wireless IMU. You can use it for your project in school or research! If you require assistance, feel free to contact the developer at email@example.com
Each device can be given an ID to be identified by the PC. Start using your phones as a sensor node today!
Sensor Node main features:
- Stream live data from phone to PC
- Acquire data from sensors, phone status as well as battery status
- Logging of data and export to CSV file(Excel compatible)
- See live graphs of your data
Sensor's data provided (Depending on phone hardware):
- Gyroscope (3 axis)
- Accelerometer (3 axis)
- Orientation (3 axis)
- Magnetic Field (3 axis)
- Gravity (3 axis)
- Linear acceleration (3 axis)
- Rotational Vector (3 axis)
- Ambient Temperature
- Light intensity
- Relative Humidity
Phone status and Battery status depends on phone hardware.
- Frequency of sensor readings
Streaming of data:
- Data sent can be in XML or String depending on user's choice
- Data is sent by UDP in real time
- Remember to off your firewall
- To use, create a UDP socket binding to the port you choose and poll the socket for incoming data. Example at https://www.dropbox.com/s/zgxrrje17hhn8vj/androidSensor123.py