ass: Awesome Code Coverage
Code coverage for your node.js project in minutes. Supports coverage aggregation over multiple processes, requires no support from your testing framework, and dynamically instruments code without a messy build system.
awsbox: A DiY PaaS
A hacker friendly PaaS for rapid deployment of early stage node.js services on Amazon Web Services.
Persona: Better Web Authentication
Mozilla Persona is an attempt to rethink how we implement online authentication. The project proves authentication can simultaneously be more secure, privacy preserving, and more usable. I started the project with Mike Hansen and Ben Adida in april of 2011, and we is usage has grown to thousands of sites, with millions of users total. And Persona lives on today...
docstract: Code comments to JSON
yajl: Fast streaming JSON parsing
In 2007 there were no good native JSON parsers. So I wrote YAJL, a highly optimized streaming JSON parser in ANSI C. YAJL was the expat of JSON, and I've been contacted by hundreds of people over the years. Made infamous during the Twitpocalypse.
toobusy: Servers That Don't Melt
A node.js library which uses event-loop latency to determine when requests should be blocked - making it easy to develop graceful failure modes.
memwatch: Kill Leaks in node.js
A node.js library that integrates directly with V8 to make discovery and monitoring of memory leaks easier. Advanced HeapDiff fearture simplifies leak isolation.
JSONSelect: CSS Selectors for JSON
Slice through complex JSON structures with the tool that you already know: CSS selectors. I wrote a spec, a reference implementation, and a cool interactive demo. People got excited and ported it everywhere.
Chromeless: Desktop Apps with Web Tech
Chromeless was an experiment in building a HTML5 runtime for desktop apps. Working with Marcio Galli and the community, we built a functional SDK for packaging web content into standalone desktop apps on three platforms. The documentation was sweet, too.
BrowserPlus: Evolving Web Plugins
Yahoo! BrowserPlus made it easy to distribute, version, and develop scriptable cross-platform web plugins. With a team of four we designed and built the platform, and tens of services which ultimately was used by hundreds of millions of folks on Yahoo! mail, and other sites around the web.