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@mnapoli
mnapoli / README.md
Last active Feb 3, 2021
PrettyCI migration
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This page will help you run continuous integration for PHP CodeSniffer and PHP-CS-Fixer using GitHub Actions.

To setup GitHub Actions in your repository, create a .github/workflows/ci.yml file in your repository and commit it.

The content of that file depends on the tool you want to run, please read the examples below.

Note: the examples below are provided to get you started easily, it is possible you may need to adjust them to fit your project.

php-cs-fixer

@tobydeh
tobydeh / moleculer-k8.md
Last active Mar 11, 2021
Moleculer k8 depoyment
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Create a cluster on GKE:

gcloud container clusters create backend --num-nodes=2 --machine-type n1-standard-4

Get credentials:

gcloud container clusters get-credentials backend

Build the docker image:

@itsariful
itsariful / ms-custom-tax-addon.php
Last active Sep 25, 2019
MS Custom Tax Addon
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<?php
/**
* Plugin Name: MS Custom Tax Addon
* Description: This plugin implements a custom addon for MS to implement tax regardless of taxamo
* Author: Ariful Islam @ WPMUDEV
* Author URI: https://premium.wpmudev.org/profile/itsarifulislam
* License: GPLv2 or later
*/
@vonNiklasson
vonNiklasson / remove_old_gcloud_versions.sh
Last active Feb 13, 2021
Remove old Google App Engine versions
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#!/bin/bash
# A bash script to remove old versions of a Google App Engine instance.
#
# Inspiration of script taken from:
# https://almcc.me/blog/2017/05/04/removing-older-versions-on-google-app-engine/
# Original code by Alastair McClelland and Marty Číž.
# Assembled and modified by Johan Niklasson.
#
# To run this script, execute
@danrubins
danrubins / README.md
Last active Dec 20, 2020
Legal Robot's options for helmet.js
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Security Headers at Legal Robot

We're big fans of open source software at Legal Robot. We also know that getting security right is a tough job, so we want to share some of the useful tools we use to build and run Legal Robot and keep it secure.

We are also proud to run Legal Robot on the Meteor framework for Node.js. With this recent change, Helmet.js becomes the official recommendation for security headers in Meteor, replacing the previous Meteor browser-policy package.

One of the most helpful tools in our Meteor security toolbox at Legal Robot is Content Security Policy (CSP)  — basically, our server tells the browser what code it is allowed to run and how to handle something like code injection from a malicious browser extension.

CSP can be quite tricky, but there are some excellent tools out there to help, like [Google'

View Scrutinizer-CI Magento2 Project Conf
filter:
paths: ["app/code/{vendor-name-goes-here}/*", "vendor/{vendor-name-goes-here}/*"]
excluded_paths:
- "vendor/{vendor-name-goes-here}/{module-name-goes-here}/*"
- "app/code/{vendor-name-goes-here}/{module-name-goes-here}/*"
- '*.min.js'
before_commands:
tools:
php_code_sniffer:
config: { standard: 'Zend,PSR-1,PSR-2' }
@nuno
nuno / README.md
Last active May 31, 2020 — forked from grantges/README.md
Titanium TSS for Transparent NavigationBar / Shadow on iOS
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Creating a transparent NavigationBar using Titanium Style Sheets

Appcelerator Titanium offers many ways to style the navigation bar for iOS apps, from changing out the title view all together, or just using simple colors. However, one of the most frequent requests I hear is how to make a truly transparent NavigationBar. This tutorial will cover that.

Getting started

Lets start with a pretty simple window style in the app.tss. This will ensure that the window style is applied globally.

Note: This can be used in a specific controller *.tss file if you only want this effect on a particular window.

@grantges
grantges / README.md
Created Apr 18, 2016
Titanium TSS for Transparent NavigationBar / Shadow on iOS
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Creating a transparent NavigationBar using Titanium Style Sheets

Appcelerator Titanium offers many ways to style the navigation bar for iOS apps, from changing out the title view all together, or just using simple colors. However, one of the most frequent requests I hear is how to make a truly transparent NavigationBar. This tutorial will cover that.

Getting started

Lets start with a pretty simple window style in the app.tss. This will ensure that the window style is applied globally.

Note: This can be used in a specific controller *.tss file if you only want this effect on a particular window.

@falkolab
falkolab / actionBarMenuItem.js
Created Nov 5, 2015
Icon font MenuItem in ActionBar menu for Titanium SDK
View actionBarMenuItem.js
var args = arguments[0] || {};
if(__parentSymbol) {
// recreate menu item
$.getTopLevelViews().length = 0;
__parentSymbol.removeItem(9999);
$.__views.menuItem = __parentSymbol.add(
_.extend(_.pick(args, Alloy.Android.menuItemCreateArgs), {
actionView: $.actionView
})
@grantges
grantges / Readme.md
Last active Oct 31, 2020
Shapes With Appcelerator Titanium and Hyperloop
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Custom Alloy Tags based on Appcelerator Hyperloop modules

With Alloy and Hyperloop, you can quickly and easily expose native UI as Custom Alloy tags by leveraging the namespace (ns) attribute and commonjs modules.

Alloy allows you to create your own UI element that can be included into the XML View heirarchy in one of two ways, an Alloy Widget or through the use of Custom Tags.

To create your own custom tag, you link the tag to the commonjs module with the namespace attribute (ns). Here is an example using a custom tag to render a standard Titanium View: