View SendVictory.js
'use strict';
var https = require('https');
function fetchVictory(then, context, callback) {
var options = {
hostname: "",
port: 443,
path: "/random.json",
method: "GET"
View index.js
'use strict';
const algoliasearch = require('algoliasearch'),
path = require('path'),
striptags = require('striptags'),
settings = require('nconf').argv().env().file({file: '../settings.json'}).defaults(),
localizations = require('../content/localizations.json'),
base_path = path.join(__dirname, '..'),
utils = require('../fileCMS-utils')(base_path),
algolia_settings = settings.get('algolia'),
client = algoliasearch(, algolia_settings.key, function(err, message) {

While waiting for the Amazon AWS Status page to report on the actual status of S3 (US-EAST-1) I saw this tweet (

The dashboard not changing color is related to S3 issue. See the banner at the top of the dashboard for updates.

After seeing this I started working out a way to generate the page from Gulp with as few HTTP requests as possible and thus as few depeancies as possible. This is that attempt (with some guessees as to their schema for status information). I also took the opporunity to fix some invalid HTML on thier site while retianing as close as possible the look and feel of their original site (though with this approach

View example.cpp
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
int main() {
int x;
int y;
while(cin >> x >> y) {
cout << "x:" << x << " y:" << y << "\n";
return 0;
View index.html
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
<meta charset="utf-8">
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge">
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
<!-- The above 3 meta tags *must* come first in the head; any other head content must come *after* these tags -->
<meta name="description" content="">
<meta name="author" content="">
<title>Payform Demo</title>
View IGNDateParse.js
function Parser() {
var int = function(n) {
//keep code readable
return parseInt(n, 10);
var def = function(field, source, defaults) {
return source[field] ? source[field] : (defaults ? defaults[field] : undefined);
var pad = function(number) {
if (number < 10) {
for f in *; do mv "$f" "${f:3}"; done
View my.css
background: linear-gradient(223deg, #00ffbd, #7d00ff, #ef583a);
background-size: 600% 600%;
-webkit-animation: Channel 42s ease infinite;
-moz-animation: Channel 42s ease infinite;
-o-animation: Channel 42s ease infinite;
animation: Channel 42s ease infinite;
@-webkit-keyframes Channel {
    0%{background-position:81% 0%}
    50%{background-position:20% 100%}
    100%{background-position:81% 0%}
View gist:e6924e5db1807ccb9319
You will find these meta tags:
<meta property='sndtst:title' content='Doom'/>
<meta property='sndtst:platform' content='PC'/>
<meta property='sndtst:composed_by' content='Bobby Prince' role='Composer/Arranger'/>
View wizard.html
<!-- example from -->
<link href="//" rel="stylesheet">
<script src="//"></script>
<div class="wizard" data-initialize="wizard" id="myWizard">
<ul class="steps">
<li data-step="1" data-name="campaign" class="active"><span class="badge">1</span>Campaign<span class="chevron"></span></li>
<li data-step="2"><span class="badge">2</span>Recipients<span class="chevron"></span></li>
<li data-step="3" data-name="template"><span class="badge">3</span>Template<span class="chevron"></span></li>
<div class="actions">