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jwo / registrations_controller.rb
Created September 30, 2011 23:11
API JSON authentication with Devise
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class Api::RegistrationsController < Api::BaseController
respond_to :json
def create
user = User.new(params[:user])
if user.save
render :json=> user.as_json(:auth_token=>user.authentication_token, :email=>user.email), :status=>201
return
else
@solenoid
solenoid / gist:1372386
Created November 17, 2011 04:49
javascript ObjectId generator
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var mongoObjectId = function () {
var timestamp = (new Date().getTime() / 1000 | 0).toString(16);
return timestamp + 'xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'.replace(/[x]/g, function() {
return (Math.random() * 16 | 0).toString(16);
}).toLowerCase();
};
@AvnerCohen
AvnerCohen / npm-cheat-sheet.md
Last active July 9, 2023 09:14
Node.js - npm Cheat Sheet
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Node.js - npm Cheat Sheet

(Full description and list of commands at - https://npmjs.org/doc/index.html)

List of less common (however useful) NPM commands

Prepand ./bin to your $PATH

Make sure to export your local $PATH and prepand relative ./node_modules/.bin/:

@alex-zige
alex-zige / gist:5795358
Last active June 8, 2023 07:49
Rails Rspec API Testing Notes
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Rails Rspec APIs Testing Notes

Folders Structure

  spec
  |--- apis #do not put into controllers folder. 
        |--- your_api_test_spec.rb  
  |--- controllers
  |--- models
  |--- factories
 |--- views
@mikeal
mikeal / gist:9242748
Last active June 23, 2020 05:17
Response to Nodejitsu NPM Trademark
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I've known people at nodejitsu for years, since before the company even existed. I still consider many of them friends. That said, somebody over there has lost their mind.

Trademarks are an important part of open source. They protect the integrity of the trust that is built by any project. A classic example of why this is the case is Firefox. Suppose that a malware producer takes the Firefox codebase, which is free and open source, packages up their malware with it and then releases it as "Firefox". Then they buy search advertising and suddenly their bad and malicious version of Firefox is the first result on search engines across the web. This is clearly a bad thing for Firefox and open source everywhere, but what can Mozilla do to protect their community of users?

They can't enforce a software license since the use is permitted under the Mozilla Public License. They can, however, enforce on these hypothetical bad actors using their trademark on the word "Fi

@knomedia
knomedia / ember_cli_rails.rake
Last active August 29, 2015 14:00
ember_cli_rails initial thoughts (see: https://github.com/knomedia/ember-cli-rails for a more complete solution)
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require 'nokogiri'
namespace :ember_cli_rails do
desc "compile ember and update application.html.erb with ENV vars"
task :build => [:ember, :update_env] do
end
desc 'Build ember app and copies css and js files to rails'
@abuiles
abuiles / build.sh
Last active March 2, 2017 13:45
ember-cli + Rails build
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#!/bin/bash
# Based on https://github.com/knomedia/ember-cli-rails/blob/master/build.sh
# for (( i = 0; i < 17; i++ )); do echo "$(tput setaf $i)This is ($i) $(tput sgr0)"; done
function printMessage {
color=$(tput setaf $1)
message=$2
reset=$(tput sgr0)
echo -e "${color}${message}${reset}"
@1Marc
1Marc / workshops-planning.md
Last active January 20, 2023 02:34
Workshop Planning
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@samselikoff
samselikoff / future-proof.md
Last active April 21, 2023 17:14
Future-proofing your Ember 1.x code
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This post is also on my blog, since Gist doesn't support @ notifications.


Components are taking center stage in Ember 2.0. Here are some things you can do today to make the transition as smooth as possible:

  • Use Ember CLI
  • In general, replace views + controllers with components
  • Only use controllers at the top-level for receiving data from the route, and use Ember.Controller instead of Ember.ArrayController or Ember.ObjectController
  • Fetch data in your route, and set it as normal properties on your top-level controller. Export an Ember.Controller, otherwise a proxy will be generated. You can use Ember.RSVP.hash to simulate setting normal props on your controller.
View Arch Linux step-by-step installation on btrfs
= Arch Linux step-by-step installation =
= http://blog.fabio.mancinelli.me/2012/12/28/Arch_Linux_on_BTRFS.html =
== Boot the installation CD ==
== Create partition ==
cfdisk /dev/sda
* Create a partition with code 8300 (Linux)