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fernandohu / Reading configuration files before application startup in Angular2 final release.md
Last active Jul 24, 2021
Reading configuration files before application startup in Angular2 final release
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Reading data before application startup in Angular 2

In this demonstration I will show you how to read data in Angular2 final release before application startup. You can use it to read configuration files like you do in other languages like Java, Python, Ruby, Php.

This is how the demonstration will load data:

a) It will read an env file named 'env.json'. This file indicates what is the current working environment. Options are: 'production' and 'development';

b) It will read a config JSON file based on what is found in env file. If env is "production", the file is 'config.production.json'. If env is "development", the file is 'config.development.json'.

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michaelkeevildown / credit-card-regex.md
Last active Sep 13, 2021
Credit Card Regex Patterns
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Credit Card Regex

  • Amex Card: ^3[47][0-9]{13}$
  • BCGlobal: ^(6541|6556)[0-9]{12}$
  • Carte Blanche Card: ^389[0-9]{11}$
  • Diners Club Card: ^3(?:0[0-5]|[68][0-9])[0-9]{11}$
  • Discover Card: ^65[4-9][0-9]{13}|64[4-9][0-9]{13}|6011[0-9]{12}|(622(?:12[6-9]|1[3-9][0-9]|[2-8][0-9][0-9]|9[01][0-9]|92[0-5])[0-9]{10})$
  • Insta Payment Card: ^63[7-9][0-9]{13}$
  • JCB Card: ^(?:2131|1800|35\d{3})\d{11}$
  • KoreanLocalCard: ^9[0-9]{15}$
@btroncone
btroncone / ngrxintro.md
Last active Aug 23, 2021
A Comprehensive Introduction to @ngrx/store - Companion to Egghead.io Series
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Comprehensive Introduction to @ngrx/store

By: @BTroncone

Also check out my lesson @ngrx/store in 10 minutes on egghead.io!

Update: Non-middleware examples have been updated to ngrx/store v2. More coming soon!

Table of Contents

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igrr / esp8266_pubsubclient.ino
Created Jan 6, 2015
PubSubClient sample for ESP8266 Arduino
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#include <PubSubClient.h>
#include <ESP8266WiFi.h>
const char* ssid = ".................";
const char* password = "................";
char* topic = "esp8266_arduino_out";
char* server = "iot.eclipse.org";
View 1-securing-express.md

tl;dr

  1. Don't run as root.
  2. For sessions, set httpOnly (and secure to true if running over SSL) when setting cookies.
  3. Use the Helmet for secure headers: https://github.com/evilpacket/helmet
  4. Enable csrf for preventing Cross-Site Request Forgery: http://expressjs.com/api.html#csrf
  5. Don't use the deprecated bodyParser() and only use multipart explicitly. To avoid multiparts vulnerability to 'temp file' bloat, use the defer property and pipe() the multipart upload stream to the intended destination.
@jjperezaguinaga
jjperezaguinaga / chrome.md
Created Dec 9, 2012
Understanding Google Chrome Extensions
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#Introduction

Developing Chrome Extensions is REALLY fun if you are a Front End engineer. If you, however, struggle with visualizing the architecture of an application, then developing a Chrome Extension is going to bite your butt multiple times due the amount of excessive components the extension works with. Here are some pointers in how to start, what problems I encounter and how to avoid them.

Note: I'm not covering chrome package apps, which although similar, work in a different way. I also won't cover the page options api neither the new brand event pages. What I explain covers most basic chrome applications and should be enough to get you started.

Table of Contents

  1. Understand the Chrome Architecture
  2. Understand the Tabs-Extension Relationship
  3. Picking the right interface for the job