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Node.js Streams, a user-land copy of the stream library from Node.js
Get a stream as a string, buffer, or array
A library to create readable "multipart/form-data" streams. Can be used to submit forms and file uploads to other web applications.
Check if something is a Node.js stream
Recursive version of fs.readdir with streaming API.
pipe streams together and close all of them if one of them closes
minimal implementation of a PassThrough stream
Buffers events from a stream until you are ready to handle them.
Get and validate the raw body of a readable stream.
A stream that emits multiple other streams one after another.
Minimal async jobs utility library, with streams support
A tiny wrapper around Node.js streams.Transform (Streams2/3) to avoid explicit subclassing noise
Better streaming static file server with Range and conditional-GET support
destroy a stream if possible
Merge multiple streams into one stream in sequence or parallel.
Call a callback when a readable/writable/duplex stream has completed or failed.
Unpipe a stream from all destinations
Create a stream that emits events from multiple other streams
simplified stream construction
Buffer List: collect buffers and access with a standard readable Buffer interface, streamable too!
Fast & forgiving HTML/XML parser
Bytes go in, but they don't come out (when muted).
Mimic a Node.js HTTP response stream
writable stream that concatenates strings or binary data and calls a callback with the result
fs read and write streams based on minipass
A small fast zlib stream built on [minipass](http://npm.im/minipass) and Node.js's zlib binding.
Determine if an object is a Stream
Decompress a HTTP response if needed
Sniff the encoding from a HTML byte stream
Get stdin as a string or buffer
Turn a writable and readable stream into a streams2 duplex stream with support for async initialization and streams1/streams2 input
tar-stream is a streaming tar parser and generator and nothing else. It operates purely using streams which means you can easily extract/parse tarballs without ever hitting the file system.
yet another unzip library for node
A response-like object for mocking a Node.js HTTP response stream
Returns the next buffer/object in a stream's readable queue
Creates a duplex stream
split a Text Stream into a Line Stream, using Stream 3
the stream module from node core for browsers
create a pipeline of streams using Minipass
Combine an array of streams into a single duplex stream using pump and duplexify
A Minipass stream that calls a flush function before emitting 'end'
A Minipass stream that collects all the data into a single chunk
Streaming http in the browser
abstract base class for hash-streams
Convenience wrapper for ReadableStream, with an API lifted from "from" and "through2"
abstract base class for crypto-streams
Clone a Node.js HTTP response stream