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@keeguon
keeguon / countries.json
Created Apr 5, 2012
A list of countries in JSON
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[
{name: 'Afghanistan', code: 'AF'},
{name: 'Åland Islands', code: 'AX'},
{name: 'Albania', code: 'AL'},
{name: 'Algeria', code: 'DZ'},
{name: 'American Samoa', code: 'AS'},
{name: 'AndorrA', code: 'AD'},
{name: 'Angola', code: 'AO'},
{name: 'Anguilla', code: 'AI'},
{name: 'Antarctica', code: 'AQ'},
View README.md

Vagrant Setup

This tutorial guides you through creating your first Vagrant project.

We start with a generic Ubuntu VM, and use the Chef provisioning tool to:

  • install packages for vim, git
  • create user accounts, as specified in included JSON config files
  • install specified user dotfiles (.bashrc, .vimrc, etc) from a git repository

Afterwards, we'll see how easy it is to package our newly provisioned VM

@gslsouza
gslsouza / hhvm-codeigniter
Created Mar 9, 2013
Hiphop-php HHVM working with Codeigniter and Nginx
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I managed to make Codeiniter work with HHVM, using
nginx as a proxy. My problem was that hhvm has problems
with path_info, so I was not able to run /index.php/controller/action or
/controller/action/params -> /index.php/controller/action.params.
I used nginx as a proxy to hhvm. I changed the way codeigniter process
the url. Steps bellow:
Cleaned my HHVM .hdf file:
Server {
@msurguy
msurguy / List.md
Last active Nov 27, 2021
List of open source projects made with Laravel
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Other people's projects:

My projects (tutorials are on my blog at http://maxoffsky.com):

@simonista
simonista / .vimrc
Last active Dec 4, 2021
A basic .vimrc file that will serve as a good template on which to build.
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" Don't try to be vi compatible
set nocompatible
" Helps force plugins to load correctly when it is turned back on below
filetype off
" TODO: Load plugins here (pathogen or vundle)
" Turn on syntax highlighting
syntax on
@jacktasia
jacktasia / imgix_purge.php
Created Jan 4, 2015
imgix PHP purge example
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<?php
// find your api key on the bottom of page @ https://webapp.imgix.com
define('IMGIX_API_KEY', '');
// pass the url you want to purge
function imgix_purge($url) {
$headers = array(
'Content-Type:application/json',
'Authorization: Basic '. base64_encode(IMGIX_API_KEY.':')
@ericlbarnes
ericlbarnes / .bowerrc
Created Jan 17, 2015
Laravel Elixir With Bootstrap Sass
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{
"directory": "vendor/bower_components"
}
@mandiwise
mandiwise / Update remote repo
Last active Dec 3, 2021
Transfer repo from Bitbucket to Github
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// Reference: http://www.blackdogfoundry.com/blog/moving-repository-from-bitbucket-to-github/
// See also: http://www.paulund.co.uk/change-url-of-git-repository
$ cd $HOME/Code/repo-directory
$ git remote rename origin bitbucket
$ git remote add origin https://github.com/mandiwise/awesome-new-repo.git
$ git push origin master
$ git remote rm bitbucket
@joecampo
joecampo / fail2ban.md
Last active Oct 23, 2021
fail2ban – stop HTTP(S) route abuse/brute forcing
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If you're not familiar: What is fail2ban? fail2ban is an awesome linux service/monitor that scans log files (e.g. auth.log for SSH) for potentially malicious behavior. Once fail2ban is tripped it will ban users for a specified duration by adding rules to Iptables. If you're unfamiliar with fail2ban Chris Fidao has a wonderful (& free!) series about security including setting up fail2ban here.

Recently Laravel released a new feature in 5.1 to throttle authentication attempts by simply adding a trait to your authentication controller. The Laravel throttle trait uses the inputted username, and IP address to throttle attempts. I love seeing this added to a framework out of the box, but what about some of our other apps not built on Laravel? Like a WordPress login? Or even an open API etc.? Ultimately,

@ivanvermeyen
ivanvermeyen / Kernel.php
Created Jan 18, 2016
Find any running "queue:listen" processes for a Laravel project and kill those. Fire "php artisan queue:stop" in your "current" project root. Intended to use with a deploy script when you are using non-daemon listeners and deploy releases. If you are using daemons, run "queue:restart" instead. You can use a process monitoring tool like Superviso…
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<?php
namespace App\Console;
use App\Console\Commands\StopQueueListeners;
use Illuminate\Console\Scheduling\Schedule;
use Illuminate\Foundation\Console\Kernel as ConsoleKernel;
class Kernel extends ConsoleKernel
{