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rjade — by Jeroen Ooms, 3 years ago

A Clean, Whitespace-Sensitive Template Language for Writing HTML

Jade is a high performance template engine heavily influenced by Haml and implemented with JavaScript for node and browsers.

httpuv — by Joe Cheng, 2 months ago

HTTP and WebSocket Server Library

Provides low-level socket and protocol support for handling HTTP and WebSocket requests directly from within R. It is primarily intended as a building block for other packages, rather than making it particularly easy to create complete web applications using httpuv alone. httpuv is built on top of the libuv and http-parser C libraries, both of which were developed by Joyent, Inc. (See LICENSE file for libuv and http-parser license information.)

base64 — by Jeroen Ooms, a year ago

Base64 Encoder and Decoder

Compatibility wrapper to replace the orphaned package by Romain Francois. New applications should use the 'openssl' or 'base64enc' package instead.

minimist — by Jeroen Ooms, 3 years ago

Parse Argument Options

A binding to the minimist JavaScript library. This module implements the guts of optimist's argument parser without all the fanciful decoration.

RAppArmor — by Jeroen Ooms, a year ago

Bindings to AppArmor and Security Related Linux Tools

Bindings to various methods in the kernel for enforcing security restrictions. AppArmor can apply mandatory access control (MAC) policies on a given task (process) via security profiles with detailed ACL definitions. In addition the package has kernel bindings for setting the process hardware resource limits (rlimit), uid, gid, affinity and priority. The high level R function 'eval.secure' builds on these methods to do dynamic sandboxing: it evaluates a single R expression within a temporary fork which acts as a sandbox by enforcing fine grained restrictions without affecting the main R process. Recent versions on this package can also be installed on systems without libapparmor, in which case some features are automatically disabled.

jose — by Jeroen Ooms, a year ago

Javascript Object Signing and Encryption

A collection of specifications to securely transfer claims such as authorization information between parties. A JSON Web Token (JWT) contains claims used by systems to apply access control rules to its resources. One potential use case of the JWT is authentication and authorization for a system that exposes resources through OAuth 2.0.

openssl — by Jeroen Ooms, 8 months ago

Toolkit for Encryption, Signatures and Certificates Based on OpenSSL

Bindings to OpenSSL libssl and libcrypto, plus custom SSH pubkey parsers. Supports RSA, DSA and EC curves P-256, P-384 and P-521. Cryptographic signatures can either be created and verified manually or via x509 certificates. AES can be used in cbc, ctr or gcm mode for symmetric encryption; RSA for asymmetric (public key) encryption or EC for Diffie Hellman. High-level envelope functions combine RSA and AES for encrypting arbitrary sized data. Other utilities include key generators, hash functions (md5, sha1, sha256, etc), base64 encoder, a secure random number generator, and 'bignum' math methods for manually performing crypto calculations on large multibyte integers.

Ohmage — by Jeroen Ooms, 3 years ago

R Client for Ohmage 2 server

R Client for Ohmage 2 server. Implements basic R functions to retrieve and process data.

markdown — by Yihui Xie, 4 months ago

'Markdown' Rendering for R

Provides R bindings to the 'Sundown' 'Markdown' rendering library ( https://github.com/vmg/sundown). 'Markdown' is a plain-text formatting syntax that can be converted to 'XHTML' or other formats. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown for more information about 'Markdown'.

RProtoBuf — by Dirk Eddelbuettel, 10 days ago

R Interface to the 'Protocol Buffers' 'API' (Version 2 or 3)

Protocol Buffers are a way of encoding structured data in an efficient yet extensible format. Google uses Protocol Buffers for almost all of its internal 'RPC' protocols and file formats. Additional documentation is available in two included vignettes one of which corresponds to our paper in the Journal of Statistical Software (2016, v71i02). Either version 2 or 3 of the 'Protocol Buffers' 'API' is supported.