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技术选型上服务端是Node.js,应用框架选了老牌的Express(4.x变化挺大不少中间件都废了),数据服务用的是MongoLab(MongoDB的云服务平台),图片上传用的是又拍云,程序部署在Nodejitsu上。模板引擎没选主流的Jade或ejs,而是用Express React Views它实现了在服务端渲染React组件。前端框架是用React,这次有意想追求前后端全部组件化的组织。之前是用Webpack实现CommonJS模块打包,这次用Browserify配置更简单,它有丰富的transform很赞,其中的reactify转换React的JSX很完美。CSS用Sass+autoprefixer让人省心。将这一切串起来的自动构建工具是Gulp。我其实崇尚用最精简的工具组合开发,上述组合在我看来比较精简了。(帖纸留念)


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function addMahZipCodez() {
// grab basic sheet data
var sheet = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet();
var rows = sheet.getDataRange();
var numRows = rows.getNumRows();
var values = rows.getValues();
// init some locals for looping over each row
var row;

Tutorial: Meteor in Windows using Vagrant


  • Now, Meteor runs in any Windows without any line of this tutorial. Just download the Meteor binary! Yay!!
  • mrt is no longer used with Meteor 1.0

These days some people were discussing at meteor-talk group about running Meteor at Windows and I’ve recommended them using Vagrant. It’s a very developer-friendly piece of software that creates a virtual machine (VM) which let you run any operating system wanted and connect to it without big efforts of configuration (just make the initial installation and you have it working).

Many packages (I've tested) for running Meteor+Vagrant fails because Meteor writes its mongodb file and also other files inside local build folder into a shared folder between the Windows host and the Linux guest, and it simply does not work. So I've put my brain to work and found a solution: do symlinks inside the VM (but do not use ln. Use mount so git can follow it). It’s covered on

#!/usr/bin/env sh
# This is script with usefull tips taken from:
# install it:
# curl -sL | sh
# These are my notes from the PragProg book on CoffeeScript of things that either
# aren't in the main CS language reference or I didn't pick them up there. I wrote
# them down before I forgot, and put it here for others but mainly as a reference for
# myself.
# assign arguments in constructor to properties of the same name:
class Thingie
constructor: (@name, @url) ->
# is the same as: