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Last active Oct 3, 2019
Prettier + ESLint + airbnb config + Husky + lint-staged + commitlint + markdownlint

My personal & professional linting setup. Extends airbnb's ESLint config first, then Prettier. Run's Prettier as an ESLint rule via their ESLint plugin. Dynamic support for react or non-react applications depending on your project dependencies. Dynamic inclusion of Kent C Dodds' ESLint Jest config depending on your project dependencies.

Convenient opt-in configs for projects using Docker or Ethereum to avoid common false positives.

To understand more, see

To avoid having to manually setup everything and add all configuration/boilerplate code to your project, use cod-scripts instead. It was forked from kcd-scripts and ultimately inspired by react-scripts.


codfish / meta-service.js
Created Sep 16, 2019
AngularJS v1 Meta Service
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// ***********************************************************************************
// meta-service.js
'use strict';
* Meta Service
* The Meta Service allows you to abstract a lot of business logic
* that goes into setting meta & link tags for your templates.
codfish /
Last active Aug 7, 2019
Helpful bash commands & reference. Some commands specific to Debian-based distros.

Bash Notebook


  • $ mkdir -p /path/to/dir/to/create - Recursively create directories if necessary
  • $ scp -r <host>:</source/path> <host>:</destination/path> - Recursively copy files & directories over ssh
  • $ printenv - List all environment variables
  • $ lsof -i :<port> - Find out which process is listening upon a port

Conditional Logic

codfish / .php_cs.dist
Last active Aug 5, 2019
PHP-CS-Fixer configuration file. PSR-2 plus some opinionated options to make code cleaner.
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* Rules we follow are from PSR-2 as well as the rectified PSR-2 guide.
* -
* -
* -
* If something isn't addressed in either of those, some other common community rules are
codfish / Dockerfile
Last active Feb 20, 2019
Example json-server module for marketing campaigns. `json-server api.js`
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FROM mhart/alpine-node:11.10
RUN mkdir /app
COPY ./package.json ./package-lock.json ./
RUN npm install
CMD npm run dev
codfish / now-headers.json
Last active Jan 16, 2019
Cache control headers for static assets with Now.
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"version": 2,
"name": "",
"alias": "",
"builds": [{ "src": "package.json", "use": "@now/static-build" }],
"routes": [
"src": ".*\\.(js|css|jpg|jpeg|gif|png|svg|txt|ttf|woff2|webmanifest)$",
"headers": {
"Cache-Control": "public, max-age=157680000, s-maxage=157680000"
codfish / Ethereum event fixtures for
Last active Jan 15, 2019
Ethereum event fixtures for js.
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To install a relatively recent version of Faker you'll need to install from a commit. The maintainer is still active and merging new features, but does not cut new releases.

npm install --save-dev faker@Marak/faker.js#<commit-sha>

I.e. npm install --save-dev faker@Marak/faker.js#d3ce6f1 (latest commit at the time of writing).

codfish /
Last active Jan 10, 2019
GIT Cheat Sheet & Reference

GIT Cheat Sheet & Reference

Here's some helpful git examples and reference for everyday issues.

# set new remote url
git remote set-url origin <remote_git_url>

# Update the latest commit
git commit --amend
codfish / error-handling.js
Last active Jan 4, 2019
Default express api error handling middleware.
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* Handle application errors.
* NOTE: 500 status code is returned by default.
* To properly leverage this middleware, rather than return responses in your routes,
* simply set a response status in the route and then pass the error object to `next`.
* This middleware will catch that error and handle it in a consistent way across
* the entire application. For example:
codfish /
Last active Dec 20, 2018
Documenting your code

Documenting Your Code

This is a detailed spec on how developers should be documenting their code. While inline code comments are very important, this specification will be focusing on docblock structure.

Docblocks are required for all class methods & properties/attributes. The reason we have this spec, and the reason that actual language standards exist for docblocks, is so that generators will know how to parse your code & render consumable html documentation.

For this reason, documentation standards follow the existing spec's that are currently community standards at the time of writing, and we should be following them.

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