ng-admin

Add an AngularJS admin GUI to any RESTful API

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Angular Core Dependency: ~1.6.1

Module License: MIT

Added by: Sam Deering

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Plug me to your RESTFul API to get a complete administration tool (CRUD, multi-model relationships, dashboard, complex form widgets) in no time!

Screencast

Check out the online demo (source), and the launch post.

Installation

Retrieve the module from bower:

bower install ng-admin --save

Embed ng-admin on your page

Stand-alone version

If you just want to embed ng-admin script and stylesheet including all dependencies, you can use the stand-alone files. Just add them into your page:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="/path/to/bower_components/ng-admin/build/ng-admin.min.css">
<script src="/path/to/bower_components/ng-admin/build/ng-admin.min.js"></script>

Including ng-admin core

If you rather like to embed dependencies separately, here is a snippet showing all required scripts:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="bower_components/bootstrap/css/bootstrap.min.css" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="bower_components/ng-admin/build/ng-admin-only.min.css" />

<script src="bower_components/angular/angular.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/angular-bootstrap/ui-bootstrap-tpls.min.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/angular-bootstrap/ui-bootstrap.min.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/angular-resource/angular-resource.min.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/angular-sanitize/angular-sanitize.min.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/angular-ui-codemirror/ui-codemirror.min.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/angular-ui-router/release/angular-ui-router.min.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/angular-numeraljs/dist/angular-numeraljs.min.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/humane/humane.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/inflection/inflection.min.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/lodash/lodash.min.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/ng-file-upload/angular-file-upload-all.min.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/ngInflection/ngInflection.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/nprogress/nprogress.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/restangular/dist/restangular.min.js"></script>
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<script src="bower_components/papaparse/papaparse.min.js"></script>
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<script src="bower_components/codemirror/mode/javascript/javascript.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/ng-admin/build/ng-admin-only.min.js"></script>

Configuring ng-admin

Make your application depend on ng-admin:

var app = angular.module('myApp', ['ng-admin']);

First step is to map ng-admin entities to your API:

app.config(function (NgAdminConfigurationProvider) {
    var nga = NgAdminConfigurationProvider;
    // set the main API endpoint for this admin
    var app = nga.application('My backend')
        .baseApiUrl('http://localhost:3000/');

    // define an entity mapped by the http://localhost:3000/posts endpoint
    var post = nga.entity('posts');
    app.addEntity(post);

    // set the list of fields to map in each post view
    post.dashboardView().fields(/* see example below */);
    post.listView().fields(/* see example below */);
    post.creationView().fields(/* see example below */);
    post.editionView().fields(/* see example below */);

    nga.configure(app);
});

Your application should use a ui-view:

<div ui-view></div>

Production ready

You can enable ng-strict-di angular mode to boost your application performance:

<body ng-app="myApp" ng-strict-di>

Ng-admin library is already compatible, but you have to explicitly declare dependencies on your custom application code.

See Angular documentation for more details about this tweak.

Example Configuration

We chose to define the entities & views directly in JavaScript to allow greater freedom in the configuration.

Here is a full example for a backend that will let you create, update, and delete some posts (posts entity). Those posts can be tagged (tags entity) and commented (comments entity).


var app = angular.module('myApp', ['ng-admin']);

app.config(function (NgAdminConfigurationProvider) {
    var nga = NgAdminConfigurationProvider;
    var app = nga.application('ng-admin backend demo', false) // application main title and debug disabled
        .baseApiUrl('http://localhost:3000/'); // main API endpoint

    // define all entities at the top to allow references between them
    var post = nga.entity('posts') // the API endpoint for posts will be http://localhost:3000/posts/:id
        .identifier(nga.field('id')); // you can optionally customize the identifier used in the api ('id' by default)

    // set the application entities
    app.addEntity(post);

    // customize entities and views

    post.dashboardView() // customize the dashboard panel for this entity
        .title('Recent posts')
        .order(1) // display the post panel first in the dashboard
        .perPage(5) // limit the panel to the 5 latest posts
        .fields([nga.field('title').isDetailLink(true).map(truncate)]); // fields() called with arguments add fields to the view

    post.listView()
        .title('All posts') // default title is "[Entity_name] list"
        .description('List of posts with infinite pagination') // description appears under the title
        .infinitePagination(true) // load pages as the user scrolls
        .fields([
            nga.field('id').label('ID'), // The default displayed name is the camelCase field name. label() overrides id
            nga.field('title'), // the default list field type is "string", and displays as a string
            nga.field('published_at', 'date'), // Date field type allows date formatting
            nga.field('views', 'number'),
            nga.field('tags', 'reference_many') // a Reference is a particular type of field that references another entity
                .targetEntity(tag) // the tag entity is defined later in this file
                .targetField(nga.field('name')) // the field to be displayed in this list
        ])
        .listActions(['show', 'edit', 'delete']);

    post.creationView()
        .fields([
            nga.field('title') // the default edit field type is "string", and displays as a text input
                .attributes({ placeholder: 'the post title' }) // you can add custom attributes, too
                .validation({ required: true, minlength: 3, maxlength: 100 }), // add validation rules for fields
            nga.field('teaser', 'text'), // text field type translates to a textarea
            nga.field('body', 'wysiwyg'), // overriding the type allows rich text editing for the body
            nga.field('published_at', 'date') // Date field type translates to a datepicker
        ]);

    post.editionView()
        .title('Edit post "{{ entry.values.title }}"') // title() accepts a template string, which has access to the entry
        .actions(['list', 'show', 'delete']) // choose which buttons appear in the top action bar. Show is disabled by default
        .fields([
            post.creationView().fields(), // fields() without arguments returns the list of fields. That way you can reuse fields from another view to avoid repetition
            nga.field('tags', 'reference_many') // reference_many translates to a select multiple
                .targetEntity(tag)
                .targetField(nga.field('name'))
                .cssClasses('col-sm-4'), // customize look and feel through CSS classes
            nga.field('views', 'number')
                .cssClasses('col-sm-4'),
            nga.field('comments', 'referenced_list') // display list of related comments
                .targetEntity(comment)
                .targetReferenceField('post_id')
                .targetFields([
                    nga.field('id'),
                    nga.field('body').label('Comment')
                ])
        ]);

    post.showView() // a showView displays one entry in full page - allows to display more data than in a a list
        .fields([
            nga.field('id'),
            post.editionView().fields(), // reuse fields from another view in another order
            nga.field('custom_action', 'template')
                .template('<other-page-link></other-link-link>')
        ]);

    nga.configure(app);
});

You can find a more detailed configuration in the blog demo configuration.

Application Configuration

Application is the base of your admin.

Create a new application:

// set the title and disable debug for this admin
var app = nga.application('My backend', false);
  • title() Defines the title

      var app = nga.application().title('My backend')
    
  • baseApiUrl() Defines the main API endpoint

      var app = nga.application().baseApiUrl('http://localhost:3000/')
    
  • debug() Enable or disable debug (enabled by default)

      var app = nga.application().debug(false)
    

Entity Configuration

Each entity maps to a different API endpoint. The name of the entity, defines the endpoint:

// set the main API endpoint for this admin
var app = nga.application('My backend')
    .baseApiUrl('http://localhost:3000/');

// define an entity mapped by the http://localhost:3000/posts endpoint
var post = nga.entity('posts');
  • label() Defines the name of the entity, as displayed on screen

      var comment = nga.entity('comments').label('Discussions');
    
  • readOnly() A read-only entity doesn't allow access to the mutation views (editionView, creationView, deletionView). In addition, all links to the editionView are replaced by links to the showView.

      var tag = nga.entity('tags').readOnly();
      
    
  • baseApiUrl() Defines the base API endpoint for all views of this entity

      var comment = nga.entity('comments').baseApiUrl('http://localhost:3001/');
      
    
  • url() Defines the API endpoint for all views of this entity. It can be a string or a function.

      var comment = nga.entity('comments').url(function(entityName, viewType, identifierValue, identifierName) {
          return '/comments/' + entityName + '_' + viewType + '?' + identifierName + '=' + identifierValue; // Can be absolute or relative
      });
    

View Configuration

View Types

Each entity has 6 views that you can customize:

  • listView
  • creationView
  • editionView
  • showView (unused by default)
  • deletionView
  • dashboardView: another special view to define a panel in the dashboard (the ng-admin homepage) for an entity.

General View Settings

These settings are available on all views.

  • fields([field1, field2, ...]) Add fields to a view (columns to a list, or a form controls to a form). Each field maps a property in the API endpoint result.

      listView.fields([
          nga.field('first_name'),
          nga.field('last_name'),
          nga.field('age', 'number')
      ]);
    
  • fields() Retrieve the list of fields added to a view. The result can be added to another view, to avoid repetition.

  • title(String) The title of the view. ng-admin sees it as a template, and compiles it with the view scope. That means you can customize the title of a view using details from the current entry.

      editionView.title('Edit item "{{ entry.values.title }}"');
    
  • description(String) A text displayed below the title. Like the title ng-admin sees it as a template and it can be customized in the same way.

  • actions(String|Array) Customize the list of actions for this view. You can pass a list of button names among 'back', 'list', 'show', create', 'edit', 'delete', 'batch', and 'export':

      editionView.actions(['show', 'list', 'delete']);
    

    Alternately, if you pass a string, it is compiled just like an Angular template, with access to the current entry in the scope. This allows to easily add custom actions, or customize the buttons appearance:

      var template = '<show-button entry="entry" entity="entity" size="sm"></show-button>' +
          '<delete-button entry="entry" entity="entity" size="sm"></delete-button>' +
          '<my-custom-directive entry="entry"></my-custom-directive>' +
          '<back-button></back-button>';
      editionView.actions(template);
    
  • disable() Disable this view. Useful e.g. to hide the panel for one entity in the dashboard, or to disable views that modify data and only let the listView enabled

  • url() Defines the API endpoint for a view. It can be a string or a function.

      comment.listView().url(function(entityId) {
          return '/comments/id/' + entityId; // Can be absolute or relative
      });
    

dashboardView Settings

The dashboardView also defines sortField and sortDir fields like the listView.

  • perPage(Number) Set the number of items.

  • order(Number) Define the order of the Dashboard panel for this entity in the dashboard

listView Settings

  • perPage(Number) Define the number of element displayed in a page

  • sortField(String) Set the default field for list sorting. Defaults to 'id'

  • sortDir(String) Set the default direction for list sorting. Defaults to 'DESC'

  • infinitePagination(boolean) Enable or disable lazy loading.

  • filters()[field1, field2, ...]) Add filters to the list. Each field maps a property in the API endpoint result.

      listView.filters([
          nga.field('first_name'),
          nga.field('last_name'),
          nga.field('age', 'number')
      ]);
    
  • listActions(String|Array) Add an action column with action buttons on each line. You can pass a list of button names among 'show', 'edit', and 'delete'.

      listView.listActions(['edit', 'delete']);
    

    Alternately, if you pass a string, it is compiled just like an Angular template, with access to the current entry in the scope. This allows to add custom actions on each line:

      var template = '<show-button entry="entry" entity="entity" size="xs"></show-button>' +
                 '<my-custom-directive entry="entry"></my-custom-directive>';
      listView.listActions(template);
    
  • batchActions(String|Array) Add your own batch action directives.

    The datagrid contains a selection column (an initial column made of checkboxes). Once the user selects lines, a button appears and displays the number of selected entries. A click on this button reveals the list of "batch actions", i.e. actions that can be performed on a selection of entries. By default, the only batch action available is a batch delete.

    Add your own directives to the list of batch acctions at will. The scope contains a selection variable, which holds the current selection:

      listView.batchActions(['delete', '<my-custom-directive selection="selection"></my-custom-directive>'])
    

    To remove the list of checkboxes, simply set an empty batchActions list on the view:

      listView.batchActions([])
    

    Tip: The selection variable is also in the scope of the main view actions.

      listView.actions('create', '<my-custom-directive selection="selection"></my-custom-directive>');
    
  • exportFields(Array) Set the fields for the CSV export function. By default, ng-admin uses the fields displayed in the datagrid, but you can choose to export a different set of fields.

      listView.exportFields([
          nga.field('id', 'number'),
          nga.field('author'),
          nga.field('post_id', 'reference')
              .label('Post')
              .map(truncate)
              .targetEntity(post)
              .targetField(nga.field('title').map(truncate))
          nga.field('body', 'wysiwyg')
              .stripTags(true)
      ]);
    

Fields

A field is the representation of a property of an entity.

General Field Settings

  • nga.field(name, type) Create a new field of the given type. Default type is 'string', so you can omit it. Bundled types include number, string, text, boolean, wysiwyg, email, date, datetime, choice, choices, json, file, and template

  • label(string label) Define the label of the field. Defaults to the uppercased field name.

  • editable(boolean) Define if the field is editable in the edition form. Usefult to display a field without allowing edition (e.g for creation date).

  • order(number|null) Define the position of the field in the view.

  • isDetailLink(boolean) Tell if the value is a link in the list view. Default to true for the identifier and references field, false otherwise. The link points to the edition view, except for read-only entities, where it points to the show view.

  • detailLinkRoute(string) Define the route for a link in the list view, i.e. isDetailLink of the field is true. The default is edit, hence the link points to the edition view. The other option is show to point to the show view.

  • map(function) Define a custom function to transform the value. It receive the value and the corresponding entry. Works in list, edit views and references.

      nga.field('characters')
          .map(function truncate(value, entry) {
              return value + '(' + entry.values.subValue + ')';
          });
    

    Multiple map can be defined for a field:

      nga.field('comment')
          .map(stripTags)
          .map(truncate);
    
  • validation(object) Tell how to validate the view

  • required: boolean
  • validator: function(value){}
  • minlength: number
  • maxlength: number
  • attributes(object) A list of attributes to be added to the corresponding field.

      nga.field('title').attributes({ placeholder: 'fill me !'})
    
  • cssClasses(String|Function) A list of CSS classes to be added to the corresponding field. If you provide a function, it will receive the current entry as first argument, to allow dynamic classes according to values.

      nga.field('title')
          .cssClasses(function(entry) {
              return entry.values.needsAttention ? 'bg-warning' : '';
          });
    
  • defaultValue(*) Define the default value of the field in the creation form.

number Field Settings

  • format(string) Format for number to string conversion. Based on Numeral.js, which uses a syntax similar to Excel. You can configure the locale and create named formats by following angular-numeraljs instructions.

      nga.field('cost', 'number').format('$0,0.00');
      // now 1234.5 will render as '$1,234.50'
    

choice and choices Field Settings

  • choices(array|function) Define array of choices for choice type.

    When given an array, each choice must be an object litteral with both a value and a label.

      nga.field('currency', 'choice')
          .choices([
            { value: 'USD', label: 'dollar ($)' },
            { value: 'EUR', label: 'euro (€)' },
          ]);
    

    When given a function, the returned choice list must be in the same format (value and label) and can depend on the current entry. This is useful to allow choice fields dependent on each other.

      nga.field('country', 'choice')
          .choices([
            { value: 'FR', label: 'France' },
            { value: 'US', label: 'USA' },
          ]);
      var cities = [
          { country: 'FR', value: 'Paris', label: 'Paris' },
          { country: 'FR', value: 'Nancy', label: 'Nancy' },
          { country: 'US', value: 'NY', label: 'New York' },
          { country: 'US', value: 'SF', label: 'San Francisco' }
      ]
      nga.field('city', 'choice')
          .choices(function(entry) {
              return cities.filter(function (city) {
                  return city.country === entry.values.country
              });
          });
    

    Tip: When using a function for choice values, if you meet the "Uncaught Error: [$rootScope:infdig] 10 $digest() iterations reached. Aborting!", that's because the choices() function returns a new array every time. That's a known AngularJS limitation (see the infinite digest loop documentation).

date Field Settings

  • format(string ['yyyy-MM-dd' by default])

  • parse(function [remove hours, minutes and timezone by default]) Filter applied to modify date object returned by date picker if needed.

datetime Field Settings

  • format(string ['yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss' by default])

  • parse(function [no change by default]) Filter applied to modify date object returned by date picker if needed.

template Field Settings

  • template(*) Define the template to be displayed for fields of type template (can be a string or a function).

file Field Settings

  • uploadInformation Give upload information for file field type
  • url: url for server side upload
  • accept: values allowed by the standard HTML file input accept attribute
  • apifilename: filename assigned by the server and returned by your API.

If the uploaded file is renamed server-side, you can get the new filename from an api return.

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: application/json
{ "picture_name": "post_12_picture1.jpg"}

you can configure file field as :

nga.field('picture', 'file').uploadInformation({ 'url': 'your_url', 'apifilename': 'picture_name' })

Some other properties are allowed, see https://github.com/danialfarid/angular-file-upload#upload-service for the complete list.

wysiwyg Field Settings

  • stripTags(boolean) Enable removal of all HTML tags - only the text is kept. Useful for displaying rich text in a table, or before truncation. False by default.

  • sanitize(boolean) Enable HTML sanitization of WYSIWYG Editor value (removal of script tags, etc). True by default.

Menu Configuration

By default, ng-admin creates a sidebar menu with one entry per entity. If you want to customize this menu (labels, icons, order, adding submenus, etc), you have to define it manually instead.

The sidebar menu is built based on a Menu object, constructed with nga.menu(). A menu can have child menus. A menu can be constructed based on an entity. Here is the code to create a basic menu for the entities post, comment, and tag:

app.menu(nga.menu()
  .addChild(nga.menu(post))
  .addChild(nga.menu(comment))
  .addChild(nga.menu(tag))
);

The menus appear in the order in which they were added to the main menu. The Menu class offers icon(), title(), and template() methods to customize how the menu renders.

app.menu(nga.menu()
  .addChild(nga.menu(post))
  .addChild(nga.menu(comment).title('Comments'))
  .addChild(nga.menu(tag).icon('<span class="glyphicon glyphicon-tags"></span>'))
);

You can also choose to define a menu from scratch. In this case, you should define the internal state the menu points to using link(), and the function to determine whether the menu is active based on the current state with active().

app.menu(nga.menu()
    .addChild(nga.menu()
        .title('Stats')
        .link('/stats')
        .active(function(path) {
            return path.indexOf('/stats') === 0;
        })
    )
);

You can add also second-level menus.

app.menu(nga.menu()
    .addChild(nga.menu().title('Miscellaneous')
        .addChild(nga.menu().title('Stats').link('/stats'))
    )
);

Tip: app.menu() is both a setter and a getter. You can modify an existing menu in the admin configuration by using app.menu().getChildByTitle()

app.addEntity(post)
app.menu().getChildByTitle('Post')
    .title('Posts')
    .icon('<span class="glyphicon glyphicon-file"></span>');

Reusable Directives

The template field type allows you to use any HTML tag, including custom directives. ng-admin provides ready-to-use directives to easily add interactions to your admin views:

  • <ma-show-button>
  • <ma-edit-button>
  • <ma-delete-button>

Buttons linking to the related view for the given entry.

entity.listView().fields([
    // ...
    nga.field('actions', 'template').template('<ma-show-button entry="entry" entity="entity" size="xs"></ma-show-button>')
]);
  • <ma-create-button>
  • <ma-list-button>

A button linking to the related view for the given entity.

  • <ma-filtered-list-button>

A button linking to an entity list view, prefiltered.

entity.listView().fields([
    // ...
    nga.field('', 'template').label('')
        template('<ma-filtered-list-button entity-name="comments" filter="{ post_id: entry.values.id }" size="sm">')
]);

listView.listActions()

The listActions() method available on the listView is a shortcut to adding a template field with one of the directives listed above. In practice, calling:

listView.listActions(['edit', 'delete']);

Is equivalent to:

var template = '<ma-edit-button entry="entry" entity="entity" size="xs">' +
               '</ma-edit-button>' +
               '<ma-delete-button entry="entry" entity="entity" size="xs">' +
               '</ma-delete-button>';
listView.fields([
    nga.field('actions', 'template').template(template)
]);

You can also provide custom label using the label attribute:

listView.listActions([
    '<ma-edit-button entry="entry" entity="entity" label="Edit me" size="xs">' +
    '</ma-edit-button>',
    '<ma-delete-button entry="entry" entity="entity" label="Delete me" size="xs">' +
    '</ma-delete-button>'
]);

Relationships

reference Field

The reference type also defines label, order, map, list & validation options like the Field type.

  • targetEntity(Entity) Define the referenced entity.

  • targetLabel(string) Define the target field name used to retrieve the label of the referenced element.

      myView.fields([
          nga.field('post_id', 'reference')
              .label('Post title')
              .map(truncate) // Allows to truncate values in the select
              .targetEntity(post) // Select a target Entity
              .targetField(nga.field('title')) // Select a label Field
      ]);
      
    
  • singleApiCall(function(entityIds) {} Define a function that returns parameters for filtering API calls. You can use it if you API support filter for multiple values.

      // Will call /posts?post_id[]=1&post_id[]=2&post_id%[]=5...
      commentList.fields([
          nga.field('post_id', 'reference')
              .singleApiCall(function (postIds) {
                  return { 'post_id[]': postIds };
              })
      ]);
    
  • sortField(String) Set the default field for list sorting. Defaults to 'id'

  • sortDir(String) Set the default direction for list sorting. Defaults to 'DESC'

  • filters({ field1: value, field2: value, ...]) Add filters to the referenced results list.

  • perPage(integer) Define the maximum number of elements fetched and displayed in the list.

referenced_list Field

The referenced_list type also defines label, order, map, list & validation options like the Field type.

  • targetEntity(Entity) Define the referenced entity.

  • targetReferenceField(string) Define the field name used to link the referenced entity.

  • targetFields(Array(Field)) Define an array of fields that will be displayed in the list of the form.

      myEditionView.fields([
          nga.field('comments', 'referenced_list') // Define a N-1 relationship with the comment entity
              .label('Comments')
              .targetEntity(comment) // Target the comment Entity
              .targetReferenceField('post_id') // Each comment with post_id = post.id (the identifier) will be displayed
              .targetFields([ // Display comment field to display
                  nga.field('id').label('ID'),
                  nga.field('body').label('Comment')
              ])
      ]);
    
  • sortField(String) Set the default field for list sorting. Defaults to 'id'

  • sortDir(String) Set the default direction for list sorting. Defaults to 'DESC'

  • filters({ field1: value, field2: value, ...]) Add filters to the referenced results list.

  • perPage(integer) Define the maximum number of elements fetched and displayed in the list.

reference_many Field

The reference_many field type also defines label, order, map & validation options like the Field type.

  • targetEntity(Entity) Define the referenced entity.

  • targetField(Field) Define the field name used to link the referenced entity.

      myView.fields([
          nga.field('tags', 'reference_many')
             .label('Tags')
             .isDetailLink(false)
             .targetEntity(tag) // Targeted entity
             .targetField(nga.field('name')) // Label Field to display in the list
      ])
      
    
  • singleApiCall(function(entityIds) {} Define a function that returns parameters for filtering API calls. You can use it if you API support filter for multiple values.

      // Will call /tags?tag_id[]=1&tag_id[]=2&tag_id%[]=5...
      postList.fields([
          nga.field('tags', 'reference_many')
              .singleApiCall(function (tagIds) {
                  return { 'tag_id[]': tagIds };
              })
      ]);
    

Contributing

Your feedback about the usage of ng-admin in your specific context is valuable, don't hesitate to open GitHub Issues for any problem or question you may have.

All contributions are welcome. New applications or options should be tested with the make test command.

Installing Dependencies

Install bower and npm dependencies (for tests) wi calling the install target:

make install

Running the example app

To test your changes, run the example app, which is bundled with a sample REST api, by calling:

make run

Then, connect to http://localhost:8000/ to browse the admin app.

Rebuilding the Compiled JS and CSS Files

Concatenate and minify the app with:

make build

All build files (stand-alone et lite versions) will then be updated and minified, ready for production.

Testing

ng-admin has unit tests (powered by karma) and end to end tests (powered by protractor). Launch the entire tests suite by calling:

make test

License

ng-admin is licensed under the MIT Licence, courtesy of marmelab.

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