Our Open-Source Tools

We love to be efficient, but we hate repetitive work! That's why we build tools that help us do the repetitive work for us. It's also why we share them with the world so that others can also benefit. We strongly believe in sharing knowledge in the simplest possible way so other people are able to learn what we already know. Sharing in this way allows us to help people create fresh ideas that will benefit our community.

0x4447 Potato

The purpose of 0x4447™'s Potato CLI tool is to streamline the process of hosting a static web page on S3 while using CloudFront to deliver the content.

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0x4447 Tomato

This is 0x4447's take on the express-generator CLI that's included with ExpressJS. We created this project because we'd always spend quite a bit of time on bringing the default ExpressJS template up to speed. This was especially true when there was a constant need to spin up new micro-services.

One of this project's nicest features is how simple it is for the user to customize it. If you have your own style, all you need to do is clone the repo and edit the source folder as you like.

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0x4447 Cucumber

Cucumber is a small, simple project that we created to save time as we work with Heroku. It allows us to easily auto-generate the .env file when we develop the project locally.

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0x4447 Hot Pepper

This project will save time for those who work with NodeJS projects and prefer to run them on a Linux box using SystemD as the process manager. It creates the SystemD .service file for you, based on the content of the package.json file.

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0x4447 Broccoli

If you're a developer with a local Nginx setup, and you like to give the sites you work on local domain names, you've experienced the tedium of creating an Nginx config file and restarting Nginx to load the new configuration. This CLI automatically does all of that for you.

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0x4447 Avocado

Deploying a simple HTML page that is not build around a framework to AWS CloudFront, is annoying and time consuming. This CLI will build the final page out of a simple folder structure by using the awesome templating engine—Hogan.

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0x4447 Broccoli

This CLI will automatically create a HTTPS redirect from one domain to another using what AWS has to offer – so you don't have to manage a server for a simple redirect.

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The Next Step

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