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office365-d 0.2.0, 2 years ago 0.62017-Jan-11Office 365 REST API written in D
openwebif-client-d 0.1.6, 2 years ago 0.72017-Jan-02openwebif interface written in dlang using vibe.d
pgsql-lited 0.0.6, 18 days ago 0.92018-Jul-31Lightweight native PostgreSQL driver
serve 1.1.0, a year ago 1.32015-Mar-22A simple HTTP server for static files.
sockjs-d 0.2.0, 3 years ago 1.02013-Oct-23SockJs implementation for vibe.d
stringbuffer 1.1.2, 2 years ago 1.52017-Feb-24A stack based string buffer that grows into the heap if needed.
syslogservice 1.2.0, 3 years ago 0.22014-Mar-05webservice that gathers arbitrary requests in syslog format on disk (we use this primarily to feed…
telega 0.0.8, 8 days ago 0.22018-Apr-08Telegram Bot API implementation
temple 0.7.5, 3 years ago 2.32013-Dec-31Embedded D, Compile Time Template Engine (Vibe.d Compatible)
twitter-d 0.1.0, a year ago 0.72018-Feb-28A twitter api binding for #dlang based on vibe.d
user-auth 0.0.1-preview.1, 4 years ago 1.82012-Nov-01Provides multi-service user authentication methods.
userman 0.4.0-rc.1, a year ago 1.62012-Dec-14Provides user and group storage, authentication and administration.
vibe-auth 0.6.0, 25 days ago 1.82017-Mar-15OAuth2 server for vibe.d
vibe-aws 0.1.6, a year ago 1.92018-Jan-05AWS client library for D
vibe-compat 1.0.0, a year ago 0.42018-Feb-26Legacy APIs for extended backwards compatbility
vibe-core 1.6.3-alpha.2, 14 hours ago 4.62016-Oct-25The I/O core library of vibe.d.
vibe-d 0.8.6-alpha.2, 12 hours ago 5.02013-Jan-17Event driven web and concurrency framework
vibe-d-postgresql 2.0.3, 31 days ago 3.62016-Feb-15PostgreSQL support for Vibe.d
vibe-noisestream 0.1.1, 2 years ago 0.42017-Mar-30A NoiseXX protocol implementation for vibe.D
vibe_recaptcha 1.0.0, 6 years ago 0.62013-Dec-03Implementation of Google's reCAPTCHA service in Vibe.d

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