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discordier / gist:ed4b9cba14652e7212f5
Created Dec 4, 2014
options for phpStorm @noinspection annotation
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javascript
ES6ValidationInspection
JSAccessibilityCheckInspection
JSBitwiseOperatorUsageInspection
JSCheckFunctionSignaturesInspection
JSClosureCompilerSyntaxInspection
JSCommentMatchesSignatureInspection
JSComparisonWithNaNInspection
JSConsecutiveCommasInArrayLiteralInspection
@DarrenN
DarrenN / get-npm-package-version
Last active Oct 21, 2021 — forked from yvele/get-npm-package-version
Extract version from package.json (NPM) using bash / shell
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# Version key/value should be on his own line
PACKAGE_VERSION=$(cat package.json \
| grep version \
| head -1 \
| awk -F: '{ print $2 }' \
| sed 's/[",]//g')
echo $PACKAGE_VERSION
@croxton
croxton / SSL-certs-OSX.md Generate ssl certificates with Subject Alt Names
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Generate ssl certificates with Subject Alt Names on OSX

Open ssl.conf in a text editor.

Edit the domain(s) listed under the [alt_names] section so that they match the local domain name you want to use for your project, e.g.

DNS.1   = my-project.dev

Additional FQDNs can be added if required:

@davejamesmiller
davejamesmiller / Laravel-Container.md
Last active Oct 13, 2021
Laravel's Dependency Injection Container in Depth
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Laravel's Dependency Injection Container in Depth

Translations: Korean (by Yongwoo Lee)

Laravel has a powerful Inversion of Control (IoC) / Dependency Injection (DI) Container. Unfortunately the official documentation doesn't cover all of the available functionality, so I decided to experiment with it and document it for myself. The following is based on Laravel 5.4.26 - other versions may vary.

Introduction to Dependency Injection

I won't attempt to explain the principles behind DI / IoC here - if you're not familiar with them you might want to read What is Dependency Injection? by Fabien Potencier (creator of the Symfony framework).

@jed
jed / LICENSE.txt
Created May 20, 2011 — forked from 140bytes/LICENSE.txt
generate random UUIDs
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DO WHAT THE FUCK YOU WANT TO PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, December 2004
Copyright (C) 2011 Jed Schmidt <http://jed.is>
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim or modified
copies of this license document, and changing it is allowed as long
as the name is changed.
DO WHAT THE FUCK YOU WANT TO PUBLIC LICENSE
@kalinchernev
kalinchernev / countries
Created Oct 6, 2014
Plain text list of countries
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Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Andorra
Angola
Antigua & Deps
Argentina
Armenia
Australia
Austria
@gauravtiwari
gauravtiwari / window-auth-popup.es6.js
Last active Sep 27, 2021
Promise based popup window for server oAuth
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/* global window */
const popup = (url) => {
const windowArea = {
width: Math.floor(window.outerWidth * 0.8),
height: Math.floor(window.outerHeight * 0.5),
};
if (windowArea.width < 1000) { windowArea.width = 1000; }
if (windowArea.height < 630) { windowArea.height = 630; }
@brunogaspar
brunogaspar / macro.md
Last active Sep 25, 2021
Recursive Laravel Collection Macros
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What?

If a nested array is passed into a Laravel Collection, by default these will be threaded as normal arrays.

However, that's not always the ideal case and it would be nice if we could have nested collections in a cleaner way.

This is where this macro comes in handy.

Setup

@odewahn
odewahn / error-handling-with-fetch.md
Last active Sep 9, 2021
Processing errors with Fetch API
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I really liked @tjvantoll article Handling Failed HTTP Responses With fetch(). The one thing I found annoying with it, though, is that response.statusText always returns the generic error message associated with the error code. Most APIs, however, will generally return some kind of useful, more human friendly message in the body.

Here's a modification that will capture this message. The key is that rather than throwing an error, you just throw the response and then process it in the catch block to extract the message in the body:

fetch("/api/foo")
  .then( response => {
    if (!response.ok) { throw response }
    return response.json()  //we only get here if there is no error
  })
@pauloricardomg
pauloricardomg / cors.nginxconf
Last active Aug 23, 2021
Nginx configuration for CORS-enabled HTTPS proxy with origin white-list defined by a simple regex
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#
# Acts as a nginx HTTPS proxy server
# enabling CORS only to domains matched by regex
# /https?://.*\.mckinsey\.com(:[0-9]+)?)/
#
# Based on:
# * http://blog.themillhousegroup.com/2013/05/nginx-as-cors-enabled-https-proxy.html
# * http://enable-cors.org/server_nginx.html
#
server {