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eyecatchup / vue.config.js
Created Sep 25, 2020
(Vue.js) Webpack dev server config to use a (corporate) proxy
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const HttpsProxyAgent = require('https-proxy-agent')
const proxy = new HttpsProxyAgent('http://1.2.3.4:3128')
module.exports = {
// ...
configureWebpack: {
devServer: {
// ...
proxy: {
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eyecatchup / error-stringify.js
Created Feb 18, 2020
Custom replace function for JSON.stringify to stringify JS Error Objects.
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jsonFriendlyErrorReplacer = (key, value) => {
if (value instanceof Error) {
value = Object.assign({},
value, // Pull all enumerable properties, supporting properties on custom Errors
{ // Explicitly pull Error's non-enumerable properties
name: value.name,
message: value.message,
stack: value.stack
}
)
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eyecatchup / ionic-native-cordova-inappbrowser-executescript-ios.md
Last active Nov 6, 2020
Ionic Native / Cordova InAppBrowser: Multiple `executeScript` Promises
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Ionic Native / Cordova InAppBrowser: Multiple executeScript Promises

I recently worked on a project with Ionic Native and Cordova. One thing I noticed (and took me some time to resolve), was an issue with the then function of the InAppBrowser plugin's executeScript Promise not being executed on iOS.

TL;DR When you use multiple executeScript Promises within one method, the then functions will not fire on iOS. You have to await results.

To illustrate the issue, let's declare a new InAppBrowser instance:

const browser = this.iab.create('https://example.com', '_blank');
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eyecatchup / catch-js-error-stacktrace.js
Created Jul 1, 2019
JavaScript global error handling
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var sendError = function (err) {
console.log('Caught JS client error:');
console.dir(err);
var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();
xhr.open('POST', '/api/error/add', true);
xhr.setRequestHeader('Content-type', 'application/json; charset=utf-8');
xhr.send(JSON.stringify(err));
};
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eyecatchup / search-devtools-history.md
Created May 24, 2019
Search Chrome Devtools history
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Search Chrome Devtools history

  1. Undock the console (click on the icon in the bottom-left corner, ![undock icon][1]).
    (if you don't see ![the undock icon][2], but ![][3], then hold the mouse pressed for a few seconds to get the desired icon)
  2. Press Ctrl + Shift + J to open the console for this console. (On OSX use Cmd + Option + i)
  3. Use the following snippet to get an array of matches for your search term:
const searchHistory = query => {console.dir(JSON.parse(localStorage.getItem('consoleHistory')).filter(function(item){ return ~item.indexOf(query);}))}
searchHistory('token')
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eyecatchup / js-generator-functions.md
Last active Jul 23, 2019
Creating a `GeneratorFunction` in JavaScript
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Generator defined using the function* statement syntax:

// function *idMaker(){ <- also possible, even though no reference found
function* idMaker(){
  var index = 0;
  while(index < index+1)
    yield index++;
}
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eyecatchup / smooth-scrolling-polyfill.md
Last active Apr 23, 2021
Smooth Scroll behavior polyfill
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The Scroll Behavior specification has been introduced as an extension of the Window interface to allow for the developer to opt in to native smooth scrolling. To date this has only been implemented in Chrome, Firefox and Opera.

There's a complete polyfill here (3.3KB minified). But most of the times, the following is enough for me (641 bytes minified):

smooth-scrolling-poyfill.js

Use as: scrollToElem('#elem-selector');

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eyecatchup / crypto-sha.js
Created Mar 13, 2019 — forked from chrisveness/crypto-sha.js
Uses the SubtleCrypto interface of the Web Cryptography API to hash a message using SHA-256.
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/**
* Returns SHA-256 hash from supplied message.
*
* @param {String} message.
* @returns {String} hash as hex string.
*
* @example
* sha256('abc').then(hash => console.log(hash));
* const hash = await sha256('abc');
*/
View aaf-livestreams-season-2019.md

Complete AAF season 2019 schedule with free live streams

The Alliance of American Football (AAF) games can be watched live through AAF's TV partners, including CBS, CBSSN, NFL Network, TNT and B/R Live.

But also, most AAF games can be watched live via the free AAF.com website.

The official live stream URLs are public only a few hours before kickoff. But because the AAF live stream URLs are generated by the following pattern:

https://aaf.com/live/{internalGameId}
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eyecatchup / install-phantomjs-from-source.sh
Created Aug 17, 2018
Install PhantomJS on Debian/Ubuntu from source
View install-phantomjs-from-source.sh
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# This script install PhantomJS in your Debian/Ubuntu System
#
# This script must be run as root:
# sudo sh install_phantomjs.sh
#
if [[ $EUID -ne 0 ]]; then
echo "This script must be run as root" 1>&2
exit 1