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Thivieira / config.json
Last active Dec 20, 2016 — forked from anonymous/config.json
Bootstrap Customizer Config (SKELETON TABLE)
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"vars": {
"@gray-base": "#000",
"@gray-darker": "lighten(@gray-base, 13.5%)",
"@gray-dark": "lighten(@gray-base, 20%)",
"@gray": "lighten(@gray-base, 33.5%)",
"@gray-light": "lighten(@gray-base, 46.7%)",
"@gray-lighter": "lighten(@gray-base, 93.5%)",
"@brand-primary": "darken(#428bca, 6.5%)",
"@brand-success": "#5cb85c",
# Your init script
# Atom will evaluate this file each time a new window is opened. It is run
# after packages are loaded/activated and after the previous editor state
# has been restored.
# An example hack to log to the console when each text editor is saved.
# atom.workspace.observeTextEditors (editor) ->
# editor.onDidSave ->
Thivieira / config.rb
Last active Jul 7, 2017 — forked from nathansmith/config.rb
Example config.rb file for Compass
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preferred_syntax = :scss
http_path = '/'
css_dir = 'assets/css'
sass_dir = 'assets/scss'
images_dir = 'assets/images'
javascripts_dir = 'assets/js'
relative_assets = true
line_comments = true
# output_style = :compressed
Thivieira / index.html
Created Mar 2, 2018
React Redux modals with portals(3/3)
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<!-- What our app will be rendered into -->
<div id="app"></div>
Thivieira / nearby-coordinates.sql
Created Apr 19, 2018 — forked from statickidz/nearby-coordinates.sql
Ordering with SQL by nearest latitude & longitude coordinates (MySQL & SQLite)
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This should roughly sort the items on distance in MySQL, and should work in SQLite.
If you need to sort them preciser, you could try using the Pythagorean theorem (a^2 + b^2 = c^2) to get the exact distance.
FROM table
ORDER BY ((lat-$user_lat)*(lat-$user_lat)) + ((lng - $user_lng)*(lng - $user_lng)) ASC

'Include' in Sequelize: The One Confusing Query That You Should Memorize

When querying your database in Sequelize, you'll often want data associated with a particular model which isn't in the model's table directly. This data is usually typically associated through join tables (e.g. a 'hasMany' or 'belongsToMany' association), or a foreign key (e.g. a 'hasOne' or 'belongsTo' association).

When you query, you'll receive just the rows you've looked for. With eager loading, you'll also get any associated data. For some reason, I can never remember the proper way to do eager loading when writing my Sequelize queries. I've seen others struggle with the same thing.

Eager loading is confusing because the 'include' that is uses has unfamiliar fields is set in an array rather than just an object.

So let's go through the one query that's worth memorizing to handle your eager loading.

The Basic Query

Thivieira /
Created May 5, 2018 — forked from zcaceres/
Using `Returning` with Sequelize and Postgres

Using Returning with Sequelize and Postgres

Some Sequelize commands don't return anything (or at least not anything useful) by default. Sequelize uses an option called returning to specify which data returns from a commands like .destroy() or update().

Let's look at three common Sequelize commands and see how to handle the data returned by each.


By default, .create() returns the newly created instance. This is convenient, because we can then send data to the user:



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Auth Basics

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