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  1. Track and record all the changes in your database with Ecto. Revert back to anytime in history.

    Elixir 436 74

  2. qunitx Public

    Modern QUnit: Easy and flexible CI and browser runner for QUnit in ES Modules.

    JavaScript 10 1

  3. emberx Public

    Ember like router and libraries for glimmer.js

    TypeScript 8

  4. memoria Public

    Single JS/TS ORM for frontend, backend & in-memory testing. Based on typeorm API, allows you to change adapters: MemoryAdapter, RESTAdapter, SQLAdapter etc.

    TypeScript 7

  5. eth Public

    Ethereum utilities for Elixir

    Elixir 73 32

  6. mber Public

    Fast and minimal Ember.js CLI alternative, without broccoli.

    JavaScript 31

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January 2022

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in qunitjs/qunit that received 5 comments

assert.propContains API Implementation & Tests

I think this is a good addition to the existing QUnit public API. It is rather too common that I need to partially check object values. Also includes

+171 −0 5 comments
Opened 3 other pull requests in 2 repositories
izelnakri/memoria 1 open 1 merged
cloudydeno/module-visualizer 1 merged

Created an issue in denoland/deno_doc that received 8 comments

Feature request: Bundle deno doc with graphviz. Maybe: $ deno graph

Hi there, I wasn't sure where to post this feature request after checking bunch of places, so I'm posting here hope its not the wrong location 😅 As…

Opened 1 other issue in 1 repository
Gavant/orbit-model 1 open

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