Simple-API is an easy-to-use API scaffolding module for Node.js. It creates a clean M ~~V~~ C structure for APIs and handles all the URL parsing and routing.
node-session is a great tool for the barebones Node.js web server, which will allow you to store user sessions. And the code is simple, to boot!
Node-multipost is an easy-to-use Node.js interface for sending multipart/form requests. Node-multipost takes all the difficulty out of multipart requests.
Node-ass is a solution for node.js based web servers that allows the server to do the parsing of the advanced style sheets, rather than the user.
fileDrop was built to ease the pain for businesses that require an easy method to move files back and forth. First and foremost, fileDrop's interface just makes sense.
As developers, we come up with a lot of awesome ideas. Or, rather, we come up with a lot of ideas that we think are awesome. It seems to be a pretty universal trait of developers, that we get caught up in the architecture, design, novelty, or difficulty of an idea and convince ourselves that that alone makes it awesome. We spend hours, days, weeks, and sometimes months building out these "awesome" ideas, and the deeper down the rabbit hole we get the more awesome our idea becomes.
I get a lot of emails about Waltz. We encourage people to send us requests of sites they'd like to use Waltz on, and people take us up on that request quite often. About two months ago, though, I got one that stood out - the subject line had "Tumblr" in it, which is odd because Waltz has supported Tumblr from the day it launched. Interested, I opened the email:
In my book, SVG is classified as a mythical unicorn super technology. SVG shares this category with other technologies like RegExp, vim, and OpenGL. The common traits between each of these technologies is that they are incredibly useful when used correctly, but incredibly difficult to use correctly. All three pack some serious punch inside of a terribly confusing syntax.