Help Wanted: Tell us which popular libraries we are not detecting #2

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julianshapiro opened this Issue Nov 3, 2014 · 6 comments

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julianshapiro commented Nov 3, 2014

If Libscore is failing to detect a well-known library with significant popularity (i.e. at least 1500 stars on GitHub), please post below (instead of filing a new issue) using the following format:

LIBRARY_VARIABLE GITHUB_URL

For example:

jQuery https://github.com/jquery/jquery (window variable)
$.waypoints https://github.com/imakewebthings/jquery-waypoints (jQuery root variable)
$.fn.velocity https://github.com/julianshapiro/velocity (jQuery fn variable)

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Swiffy https://developers.google.com/swiffy/ (swiffy window variable)

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@getify: $LAB is now being detected.
@qrohlf: Trianglify should now be detected.
@aFarkas: lazySizes should now be detected.
@nicksay: spf should now be detected.
@markfinst: Results are already being shown — http://libscore.com/#PhotoSwipe.
@jacoborus: Same thing — http://libscore.com/#Nanobar.
@vienzo: Same thing — http://libscore.com/#c3.
@paulirish: Not sure how I'd detect swiffy or when it shows up to begin with. Do I have to install an Adobe Flash extension first?
@warpech: Handsontable was already being detected, but it isn't on at least 20 homepages (see below).
@mholt: Same thing.
@alvarotrigo: Same thing re. pagePiling.

To those who I've said "should now be detected": You'll see the results show up — if your library is used on at least 20 homepages out of the top 1 million most-trafficked sites according to Alexa — in the next crawl, which will take place within 3-14 days from now.

Good news for those who I said "not at least 20 homepages" to: The next version of Libscore will scan beyond just homepages — where a lot of of your libraries are used — and get more in-depth information on library usage.

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julianshapiro commented Jul 5, 2015

@getify: $LAB is now being detected.
@qrohlf: Trianglify should now be detected.
@aFarkas: lazySizes should now be detected.
@nicksay: spf should now be detected.
@markfinst: Results are already being shown — http://libscore.com/#PhotoSwipe.
@jacoborus: Same thing — http://libscore.com/#Nanobar.
@vienzo: Same thing — http://libscore.com/#c3.
@paulirish: Not sure how I'd detect swiffy or when it shows up to begin with. Do I have to install an Adobe Flash extension first?
@warpech: Handsontable was already being detected, but it isn't on at least 20 homepages (see below).
@mholt: Same thing.
@alvarotrigo: Same thing re. pagePiling.

To those who I've said "should now be detected": You'll see the results show up — if your library is used on at least 20 homepages out of the top 1 million most-trafficked sites according to Alexa — in the next crawl, which will take place within 3-14 days from now.

Good news for those who I said "not at least 20 homepages" to: The next version of Libscore will scan beyond just homepages — where a lot of of your libraries are used — and get more in-depth information on library usage.

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Good news for those who I said "not at least 20 homepages" to: The next version of Libscore will scan beyond just homepages — where a lot of of your libraries are used — and get more in-depth information on library usage.

Sounds great!!

Good news for those who I said "not at least 20 homepages" to: The next version of Libscore will scan beyond just homepages — where a lot of of your libraries are used — and get more in-depth information on library usage.

Sounds great!!

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slorber Jul 31, 2015

that's cool 👍
I did not found anything for AngularJS or Q

I wonder, will libscore be able to detect libs when used in a RequireJS/AMD/CommonJS/Browserify/Webpack/... bundle (no global variable) with uglify?

slorber commented Jul 31, 2015

that's cool 👍
I did not found anything for AngularJS or Q

I wonder, will libscore be able to detect libs when used in a RequireJS/AMD/CommonJS/Browserify/Webpack/... bundle (no global variable) with uglify?

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zenorocha Apr 22, 2016

Couldn't find clipboard.js over there. Is there a way to add it?

Source code: https://github.com/zenorocha/clipboard.js/
CDN providers: https://github.com/zenorocha/clipboard.js/wiki/CDN-Providers

Couldn't find clipboard.js over there. Is there a way to add it?

Source code: https://github.com/zenorocha/clipboard.js/
CDN providers: https://github.com/zenorocha/clipboard.js/wiki/CDN-Providers

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tonila Aug 30, 2016

Stats are not received anymore for React.js. Latest entry is from april 2016.

tonila commented Aug 30, 2016

Stats are not received anymore for React.js. Latest entry is from april 2016.

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