Every now and then, I need to make a search on npm website. As I often do, I decided to add a new query URL in my browser.
So I searched for a random letter on npm website to see the pattern of the search query.
But, to my surprise, it redirected me to an existing package with this only letter as a name. "LOL", I thought.
Then I tried with "a" and it existed too! As a result, I eventually searched for all the alphabet and... all the alphabet exists! WOW. 😂
As a proof, I made a quick script to gather all of them and their descriptions. You can find it here:
Here is the full list:
- a : Mocking framework and test framework in compact when-style. With recursive test runner
- b : Benchmarks for Node.js.
- c : Set and remove comments from files and directories, and view them from the command line.
- d : Property descriptor factory
- e : A modern universal utility library.
- f : Functional Microservice Request Library
- g : Globalize module functions
- i : custom inflections for nodejs
- j : CLI tool for working with spreadsheet files
- k : new web framework
- l : Mix Async/Sync code with Promises and Streams in a reusable unified line
- m : mongodb version management
- n : Interactively Manage All Your Node Versions
- o : common object helper functions
- q : A library for promises (CommonJS/Promises/A,B,D)
- r : require relative to your root project
- s : SheetJS Spreadsheet Helper Library
- t : tree traversal and manipulation
- u : A minimalist, functional utility library designed for embedding into another small program.
- w : WordBox cli to quickly spin up PHP dev environments.
- x : Apply HTML transformations using attributes
- y : Simple object inspection tool
Thank you for reading my first post! 😎