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jamischarles / css_center.css
Created Feb 4, 2015
CSS: Center horizontally and vertically
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/* Supported IE8+ */
.el {
display: table-row;
width: 100%;
}
View copy-git-file.sh
#!/bin/bash
#Inspired by http://blog.neutrino.es/2012/git-copy-a-file-or-directory-from-another-repository-preserving-history/
#Copy a file or directory out of a git repository, preserving history!
#Creates DESTINATIONPATH with patches that can be applied with git am
#e.g.
#0001-Add-new-theme-Gum.patch
#0002-Add-syntax-highlighting-for-Gum-theme.patch
#0003-Gum-Fix-tag-URLs-not-being-slugified-and-therefore-b.patch
#0004-Gum-Add-Disqus-support.patch
#0005-Gum-Use-article-title-as-the-title-of-the-generated-.patch
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jamischarles / gitmove_several.sh
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Move Several git files over to a new repo with history. Very optimistic about errors
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#!/bin/bash
# $ ./gitmove [destGitRepo] [src_file]
DEST_FOLDER=$1
# this will take all parameters AFTER the first. So you can give a list, or a glob (which is expanded into separate params)
SOURCE_FILES="${@:2}"
# SOURCE_FILE=$2
STARTING_FOLDER=$(pwd)
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jamischarles / curry.js
Last active Sep 24, 2015
A simple example of currying in JS
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// This is a 'curried' function. If it receives less params than it expects, it returns a function which expects the rest of the params.
function add(a, b) {
// if 2nd param wasn't passed, return a function that holds the 1st param via closure, but expects another param.
if (typeof b === "undefined") {
return function(c) {
a + c;
}
}
// if 2 params are passed return the result
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jamischarles / YUI_new_module.js
Created Feb 8, 2011
This is a great way to define modules for the YUI loader and ensuring the dependencies get pulled in
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YUI.add('breeze-nav', function(Y) {
Y.namespace('bb.session.Nav');
bb.session.Nav = function() {
// expose an API
// this in here will execute when it's pulled in through YUI().use()
};
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jamischarles / YIU_3_getNode.js
Created Feb 14, 2011
YUI: pass in raw node OR id in YUI 3
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var getNode = function(el) {
//fetch the node by selector, or wrap it in a new YUI Node instance
return Y.one('#' + el) || new Y.Node(el);
};
//from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4892051/how-can-i-normalise-a-javascript-object-to-a-dom-element-with-yui3
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jamischarles / inject_script_node.js
Created Jun 19, 2011
Non blockin JS script node insertion with a callback
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var headID = document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0];
//create new script
var newScript = document.createElement('script');
newScript.type = 'text/javascript';
//add callback
newScript.onload = function(){ alert("loaded");};
newScript.src = 'http://yui.yahooapis.com/3.2.0/build/yui/yui-min.js';
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jamischarles / anonymous_function.js
Created Jun 19, 2011
Self invoking anonymous function
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//of this will execute privately without exposing the variables to the global object and without polluting the global namespace.
(function(){
console.log("runs");
function test(){
//console
console.log("test");
}
View nodejs_express_file-structure.markdown

consider making a node-guides site like rails guides?

Approach 1:

TJ HollowayChuck (creator of Express)

"personally I find large rails-style structure difficult to work with for large applications (great for small ones however). A more modular approach like Drupal is a big win as far as management goes but it can complicate some things (layout templates) so you kind of need

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jamischarles / sublime_shortcuts.markdown
Created Oct 10, 2012
Most useful Sublime Shortcuts
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