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Name Last update Score Registered Description
embd 0.2.1, a year ago 1.82013-Mar-06Low-level API for embedding D code into text.
ddb 0.3.0, a year ago 2.32013-Dec-08Asynchronous Postgresql Binding
vibenews 0.8.2, a year ago 1.32012-May-19Combined web forum and NNTP server implementation for stand-alone newsgroups
web-config 1.1.0, a year ago 1.22017-Jul-20HTML settings page generator & server side validator from any struct
mongostore 1.2.1, a year ago 0.52015-Oct-31SessionStore for MongoDB
vibe-loxone 0.0.1-alpha.1, a year ago 0.32017-Jun-27Websocket based Loxone API client library
stringbuffer 1.1.2, a year ago 1.72017-Feb-24A stack based string buffer that grows into the heap if needed.
openwebif-client-d 0.1.6, a year ago 0.72017-Jan-02openwebif interface written in dlang using vibe.d
cheetah 0.2.6, a year ago 0.92016-Sep-10A TCP server socket library based on vibe.d
alexa-skill-kit-d 0.4.10, a year ago 0.52017-Jan-01Amazon Alexa Skill Kit API in D
vibe-noisestream 0.1.1, a year ago 0.52017-Mar-30A NoiseXX protocol implementation for vibe.D
libasync 0.8.3, a year ago 4.92014-Sep-23A cross-platform event loop library of asynchroneous objects.
amazonlogin-d 0.1.0, a year ago 0.32017-Feb-09Amazon Login Api for D
office365-d 0.2.0, a year ago 0.72017-Jan-11Office 365 REST API written in D
mustache-d 0.1.3, a year ago 4.32013-Mar-20Mustache template engine for D.
sockjs-d 0.2.0, 2 years ago 1.22013-Oct-23SockJs implementation for vibe.d
syslogservice 1.2.0, 2 years ago 0.32014-Mar-05webservice that gathers arbitrary requests in syslog format on disk (we use this primarily to feed…
gcm-d 0.1.0, 2 years ago 0.82013-Dec-06Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) for D (using vibe.d)
hprose-d 1.2.3, 2 years ago 2.02015-Feb-08Hprose for D.
nat-opener 0.2.0, 2 years ago 1.12016-May-21Allows a server to listen on the specified port when behind a router.

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