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View Highcharts Cheat Sheet.js
$('#container').highcharts({
chart: {
alignTicks: true, // When using multiple axis, the ticks of two or more opposite axes will automatically be aligned by adding ticks to the axis or axes with the least ticks.
animation: true, // Set the overall animation for all chart updating. Animation can be disabled throughout the chart by setting it to false here.
backgroundColor: '#FFF', // The background color or gradient for the outer chart area.
borderColor: '#4572A7', // The color of the outer chart border.
borderRadius: 5, // The corner radius of the outer chart border. In export, the radius defaults to 0. Defaults to 5.
borderWidth: 0, // The pixel width of the outer chart border.
className: null, // A CSS class name to apply to the charts container div, allowing unique CSS styling for each chart.
defaultSeriesType: 'line', // Alias of type.
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everdaniel / install_wrf41.sh
Created Feb 24, 2021 — forked from jamal919/install_wrf41.sh
WRF 4.1.2 installation with netCDF4, HDF5 in ubuntu 18.04 LTS
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#!/bin/bash
## WRF installation with parallel process.
# Download and install required library and data files for WRF.
# License: LGPL
# Jamal Khan <jamal.khan@legos.obs-mip.fr>
# Tested in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
# basic package managment
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
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everdaniel / WRF_example.ipynb
Created Aug 6, 2016 — forked from darothen/WRF_example.ipynb
Simple WRF analysis/plotting examples
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everdaniel / ex.js
Created Jan 21, 2016 — forked from JeffreyWay/ex.js
Laracasts.com Episode: Algolia + JavaScript + Vue
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<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
<head>
<meta charset="UTF-8">
<title>Algolia with JS</title>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="app.css">
</head>
<body>
View rds_backup.sh
#!/bin/bash
SNAPID="SNAP"
BACKUPDBID="TEMPDB"
#config groups
SECURITYGROUP="Mysecgrup"
PARAMSGROUP="Myparamsgrup"
#rds verifying commands
View jsonapi.md

JSON API

There are two JSON API styles:

  • The ID Style
  • The URL Style

The ID style is the easiest to get started with, but requires that your clients be able to guess the URLs for related documents. It also locks your API into a particular URL structure, which may become a problem as your API grows.

The URL style requires less guessing on the client side, and makes clients more resilient to API changes, but is trickier to use with relationships and compound documents.

View posts-to-posts-list-widget.php
<?php
/*
Plugin Name: Posts 2 Posts List Widget
Plugin URI: http://friendlywebconsulting.com/
Description: Creates a widget to display posts connected via the Posts 2 Posts plugin by Scribu, found here: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/posts-to-posts/
Author: Michelle McGinnis
Author URI: http://friendlywebconsulting.com/
Version: 1.0.0-alpha
*/
View move_to_rds.rb
require 'fileutils'
start_time = Time.now
SOURCE_DB = {
:name => 'db_name',
:user => 'db_user',
:password => 'db_pass',
:host => 'localhost'
View multio.rb
# MultIO Ruby IO multiplexer
# http://rcrowley.org/2010/07/27/multio-ruby-io-multiplexer.html
require 'stringio'
class MultIO < Array
def <<(io)
if io.respond_to?(:to_str)
io = StringIO.new(io)
View itunesicon.rb
#!/usr/bin/ruby
# encoding: utf-8
#
# Retrieve an iOS app icon at the highest available resolution
# All arguments are combined to create an iTunes search
# The icon for the first result, if found, is written to a filename based on search terms
#
# example:
# $ itunesicon super monsters ate my condo