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addyosmani /
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Polymer resources for FITC

Web Components Can Do That?! extras

Thanks a ton for coming down to my talk, folks <33z. Your energy was amazing. This page has a few extra resources for you.




So you're mad opensource hacker, spent days and nights working with node.js and/or network protocols. Time to show other people how cool you are!

This file describes all logic of Vock's peer-to-peer protocol (which works over UDP). And there's an issue hidden behind it's lines. Find it, fix it or just get into hacking on Vock - and you'll be awarded! Your name will be in github project's readme and I'll mention your on my twitter account.


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boopathi / attack.go
Last active Dec 19, 2015
A webpage was trying to get users login details of gmail. So I thought I would just play around. Find the url from the code
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package main
import (
type A struct {
binarykitchen / emscripten_avconv_x264_libvpx
Last active Aug 10, 2018
mad goal: port avconv to javascript (part 1 of 2)
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first install x264, libvpx and avconv the normal way without emscripten:
0. install common dependencies
> sudo apt-get install build-essential checkinstall build-dep
1. install yasm
> wget
addyosmani /
Last active Mar 22, 2019
Notes on streaming JS & long-term code compilation caching in Chrome


V8 Optimisations to enable fast page startup

As mentioned in our Chromium blog post, Chrome 41 introduces support for streaming parsing of JavaScript files using the async or defer attributes. This is where the V8 parser will parse any incoming JavaScript piece-by-piece so the compiler can immediately begin compiling the AST when script loading has completed. This lets us do something useful while waiting for the page to load. Compare:

This means parsing can be removed from the critical path when loading up the page. In these cases such scripts are parsed on a separate thread as soon as the download begins, allowing parsing to complete very soon after the download has completed (milliseconds), leading to pages (potentially) loading much faster.

chrisdone /
Last active Aug 21, 2020
Statically Typed Lisp

Basic unit type:

λ> replTy "()"
() :: ()

Basic functions:

utaal / Makefile
Created Sep 5, 2011
webserver using libuv
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webserver: webserver.c libuv/uv.a http-parser/http_parser.o
gcc -I libuv/include \
-lrt -lm -lpthread -o \
webserver webserver.c \
libuv/uv.a http-parser/http_parser.o
$(MAKE) -C libuv
joaomoreno / config.xlaunch
Last active Jan 21, 2021
Selfhosting VS Code on WSL
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<XLaunch WindowMode="MultiWindow" ClientMode="NoClient" LocalClient="False" Display="0" LocalProgram="xcalc" RemoteProgram="xterm" RemotePassword="" PrivateKey="" RemoteHost="" RemoteUser="" XDMCPHost="" XDMCPBroadcast="False" XDMCPIndirect="False" Clipboard="True" ClipboardPrimary="True" ExtraParams="" Wgl="True" DisableAC="True" XDMCPTerminate="False"/>
mathisonian /
Last active Feb 23, 2021
requiring npm modules in the browser console

demo gif

The final result: require() any module on npm in your browser console with browserify

This article is written to explain how the above gif works in the chrome (and other) browser consoles. A quick disclaimer: this whole thing is a huge hack, it shouldn't be used for anything seriously, and there are probably much better ways of accomplishing the same.

Update: There are much better ways of accomplishing the same, and the script has been updated to use a much simpler method pulling directly from browserify-cdn. See this thread for details: