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adiachenko / example.ps1
Created Apr 27, 2017 — forked from jpoehls/example.ps1
Symlink support in PowerShell V5 *-Item cmdlets
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### SYMBOLIC LINK FILES
# Create a new symbolic link file named MySymLinkFile.txt in C:\Temp which links to $pshome\profile.ps1
cd C:\Temp
New-Item -ItemType SymbolicLink -Name MySymLinkFile.txt -Target $pshome\profile.ps1 # File
# Target is an alias to the Value parameter
# Equivalent to above
New-Item -ItemType SymbolicLink -Path C:\Temp -Name MySymLinkFile.txt -Value $pshome\profile.ps1
# Equivalent to above
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adiachenko / nginx.conf
Created Jul 25, 2016 — forked from agouriou/nginx.conf
Example Nginx (> 1.9) configuration for adding cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) support to reverse proxied APIs. Handle error status (4xx, 5xx) and expose headers.
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#
# CORS header support
#
# One way to use this is by placing it into a file called "cors_support"
# under your Nginx configuration directory and placing the following
# statement inside your location block(s):
#
# include cors_support;
#
# A limitation to this method is that Nginx doesn't currently send headers
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Folder Structure

Motivations

  • Clear feature ownership
  • Module usage predictibility (refactoring, maintainence, you know what's shared, what's not, prevents accidental regressions, avoids huge directories of not-actually-reusable modules, etc)
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