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Mixins for Loopback, to easily disable remote methods and setup new ones from the model definition file.
GRPC ACL microservice in node. Built on top of condor-framework and acl modules.
Framework for building GRPC services in Node JS. Include middleware, and more.
A runnable, configurable Go reverse proxy that allows for rich routing of gRPC calls with minimum overhead. Built on top of mwitkow/grpc-proxy
Keycloak NodeJS Multi Realm Adapter
A Node.js based client for connecting to the Keycloak Admin REST API
Library that allows you to easily receive GCM / FCM Push Messages on Android
Parse-compatible API server module for Node/Express
Docker container with node and pm2
Storage component for LoopBack.
pkgcloud is a standard library for node.js that abstracts away differences among multiple cloud providers.
Image that inherits from google/cloud-sdk, and installs docker into it
Docker image for Keycloak project
Devsu ESLint configuration for JS apps
Middleware composition utility
A docker with node, pm2 and simple-auto-deploy
A simple utility to deploy a node app locally on another folder (used for development purposes)
Validate GRPC Requests and Metadata
Utils to work with mongoose and condor GRPC framework
A script to generate a ready to use grpc-gateway with swagger, by just providing the path to the protos and a simple configuration file.
Dockerized and ready to use grpc-gateway.
A ready to use, lightweight, configurable grpc proxy.
Devsu's ESLint shareable configs for node applications.
Angular Date Range Picker inspired by PayPal's one
Condor middleware to authenticate GRPC calls using Keycloak.
Authenticate GRPC calls in node using JWTs. Middleware for Condor GRPC Framework.
A simple helper module to tests bearer tokens.
A module that creates and returns a token `object` from a bearer token `string`.
A simple helper module to create a GRPC context, (for testing purposes).