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ks2211 / Phoenix esbuild with Tailwind and Fontawesome
Last active January 31, 2024 05:08
Phoenix with esbuild, fortawesome, and tailwindcss
Phoenix esbuild with Tailwind+Fontawesome
// DISCLAIMER : You can now probably use `data-turbo-action="advance"` on your frame to perform what this controller is aiming to do
// https://turbo.hotwired.dev/handbook/frames#promoting-a-frame-navigation-to-a-page-visit
// Note that you probably want to disable turbo cache as well for those page to make popstate work properly
import { navigator } from '@hotwired/turbo'
import { Controller } from '@hotwired/stimulus'
import { useMutation } from 'stimulus-use'
export default class extends Controller {
connect (): void {
@devonestes
devonestes / with_example.ex
Created February 8, 2020 16:55
Further refactoring of a with statement
# Step 1
def create_subscription(email, plan_id, payment_method_id) do
with %User{customer_id: nil, name: name} = user <-
Repo.get_by(User, email: email),
{:ok, %Stripe.Customer{id: customer_id}} <-
Stripe.Customer.create(%{
name: name,
email: email,
payment_method: payment_method_id,
@timvisee
timvisee / falsehoods-programming-time-list.md
Last active April 19, 2024 20:56
Falsehoods programmers believe about time, in a single list

Falsehoods programmers believe about time

This is a compiled list of falsehoods programmers tend to believe about working with time.

Don't re-invent a date time library yourself. If you think you understand everything about time, you're probably doing it wrong.

Falsehoods

  • There are always 24 hours in a day.
  • February is always 28 days long.
  • Any 24-hour period will always begin and end in the same day (or week, or month).
@evancz
evancz / data-interchange.md
Last active April 12, 2024 08:39
Why do I have to write JSON decoders in Elm?

A vision for data interchange in Elm

How do you send information between clients and servers? What format should that information be in? What happens when the server changes the format, but the client has not been updated yet? What happens when the server changes the format, but the database cannot be updated?

These are difficult questions. It is not just about picking a format, but rather picking a format that can evolve as your application evolves.

Literature Review

By now there are many approaches to communicating between client and server. These approaches tend to be known within specific companies and language communities, but the techniques do not cross borders. I will outline JSON, ProtoBuf, and GraphQL here so we can learn from them all.

@PavloBezpalov
PavloBezpalov / 1. ELK.install
Last active January 5, 2024 16:14
ELK Stack with Rails (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana) on Ubuntu VPS
INSTALL JAVA
$ sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install default-jre
INSTALL ELASTIC SEARCH https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/setup-repositories.html
$ wget -qO - https://packages.elastic.co/GPG-KEY-elasticsearch | sudo apt-key add -
$ echo "deb https://packages.elastic.co/elasticsearch/2.x/debian stable main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/elasticsearch-2.x.list
$ sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install elasticsearch
$ sudo update-rc.d elasticsearch defaults 95 10
$ sudo service elasticsearch restart
$ sudo service elasticsearch status
@wvengen
wvengen / README.md
Last active March 25, 2024 07:53
Ruby memory analysis over time

Finding a Ruby memory leak using a time analysis

When developing a program in Ruby, you may sometimes encounter a memory leak. For a while now, Ruby has a facility to gather information about what objects are laying around: ObjectSpace.

There are several approaches one can take to debug a leak. This discusses a time-based approach, where a full memory dump is generated every, say, 5 minutes, during a time that the memory leak is showing up. Afterwards, one can look at all the objects, and find out which ones are staying around, causing the

@0XDE57
0XDE57 / config.md
Last active April 18, 2024 04:36
Firefox about:config privacy settings

ABOUT

about:config settings to harden the Firefox browser. Privacy and performance enhancements.
To change these settings type 'about:config' in the url bar. Then search the setting you would like to change and modify the value. Some settings may break certain websites from functioning and rendering normally. Some settings may also make firefox unstable. I am not liable for any damages/loss of data.

Not all these changes are necessary and will be dependent upon your usage and hardware. Do some research on settings if you don't understand what they do. These settings are best combined with your standard privacy extensions (HTTPS Everywhere No longer required: Enable HTTPS-Only Mode, NoScript/Request Policy, uBlock origin, agent spoofing, Privacy Badger etc), and all plugins set to "Ask To Activate".

@bobbygrace
bobbygrace / trello-css-guide.md
Last active April 22, 2024 10:15
Trello CSS Guide

Hello, visitors! If you want an updated version of this styleguide in repo form with tons of real-life examples… check out Trellisheets! https://github.com/trello/trellisheets


Trello CSS Guide

“I perfectly understand our CSS. I never have any issues with cascading rules. I never have to use !important or inline styles. Even though somebody else wrote this bit of CSS, I know exactly how it works and how to extend it. Fixes are easy! I have a hard time breaking our CSS. I know exactly where to put new CSS. We use all of our CSS and it’s pretty small overall. When I delete a template, I know the exact corresponding CSS file and I can delete it all at once. Nothing gets left behind.”

You often hear updog saying stuff like this. Who’s updog? Not much, who is up with you?

@addyosmani
addyosmani / README.md
Last active April 2, 2024 20:18 — forked from 140bytes/LICENSE.txt
108 byte CSS Layout Debugger

CSS Layout Debugger

A tweet-sized debugger for visualizing your CSS layouts. Outlines every DOM element on your page a random (valid) CSS hex color.

One-line version to paste in your DevTools

Use $$ if your browser aliases it:

~ 108 byte version