View cidades-brasil.json
{
"Acre": ["Acrel\u00e2ndia","Assis Brasil","Brasil\u00e9ia","Bujari","Capixaba","Cruzeiro do Sul","Epitaciol\u00e2ndia","Feij\u00f3","Jord\u00e3o","M\u00e2ncio Lima","Manoel Urbano","Marechal Thaumaturgo","Pl\u00e1cido de Castro","Porto Acre","Porto Walter","Rio Branco","Rodrigues Alves","Santa Rosa do Purus","Sena Madureira","Senador Guiomard","Tarauac\u00e1","Xapuri"],
"Alagoas": ["\u00c1gua Branca","Anadia","Arapiraca","Atalaia","Barra de Santo Ant\u00f4nio","Barra de S\u00e3o Miguel","Batalha","Bel\u00e9m","Belo Monte","Boca da Mata","Branquinha","Cacimbinhas","Cajueiro","Campestre","Campo Alegre","Campo Grande","Canapi","Capela","Carneiros","Ch\u00e3 Preta","Coit\u00e9 do N\u00f3ia","Col\u00f4nia Leopoldina","Coqueiro Seco","Coruripe","Cra\u00edbas","Delmiro Gouveia","Dois Riachos","Estrela de Alagoas","Feira Grande","Feliz Deserto","Flexeiras","Girau do Ponciano","Ibateguara","Igaci","Igreja Nova","Inhapi","Jacar\u00e9 dos Homens","Jacu\u00edpe","Japaratinga","Jaramataia","Jequi\u00e1 da Praia","Jo
View input-group-in-simple-form.md
View vsCodeOpenFolder.reg
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
; Open files
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\Open with VS Code]
@="Edit with VS Code"
"Icon"="C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft VS Code\\Code.exe,0"
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\Open with VS Code\command]
@="\"C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft VS Code\\Code.exe\" \"%1\""
; This will make it appear when you right click ON a folder
; The "Icon" line can be removed if you don't want the icon to appear
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\vscode]
View Vagrantfile
# -*- mode: ruby -*-
# vi: set ft=ruby :
Vagrant.configure(2) do |config|
config.vm.box = 'jadesystems/rails-5-1'
config.vm.provider "virtualbox" do |v|
v.memory = 4096
v.cpus = 4
end
# Create a forwarded port mapping which allows access to a specific port
View vm-resize-hard-disk.md

Resize a Hard Disk for a Virtual Machine

Our Virtual Machines are provisioned using Vagrant from a Linux base box to run using VirutalBox. If the Hard Disk space runs out and you cannot remove files to free-up space, you can resize the Hard Disk using some VirtualBox and Linux commands.

Some assumptions

The following steps assume you've got a set-up like mine, where:

View dokku_on_digital_ocean.md

My notes for Dokku on Digital Ocean.

These may be a bit outdated: Since I originally wrote them, I've reinstalled on a newer Dokku and may not have updated every section below.

Commands

Install dokku-cli (gem install dokku-cli) for a more Heroku-like CLI experience (dokku config:set FOO=bar).

# List/run commands when not on Dokku server (assuming a "henroku" ~/.ssh/config alias)
ssh henroku dokku
View install phantomjs 2.1.1 - ubuntu
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install build-essential chrpath libssl-dev libxft-dev -y
sudo apt-get install libfreetype6 libfreetype6-dev -y
sudo apt-get install libfontconfig1 libfontconfig1-dev -y
cd ~
export PHANTOM_JS="phantomjs-2.1.1-linux-x86_64"
wget https://github.com/Medium/phantomjs/releases/download/v2.1.1/$PHANTOM_JS.tar.bz2
sudo tar xvjf $PHANTOM_JS.tar.bz2
sudo mv $PHANTOM_JS /usr/local/share
sudo ln -sf /usr/local/share/$PHANTOM_JS/bin/phantomjs /usr/local/bin
View SmoothFollow.cs
// Smooth Follow from Standard Assets
// Converted to C# because I fucking hate UnityScript and it's inexistant C# interoperability
// If you have C# code and you want to edit SmoothFollow's vars ingame, use this instead.
using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;
public class SmoothFollow : MonoBehaviour {
// The target we are following
public Transform target;
View 00.howto_install_phantomjs.md

How to install PhantomJS on Ubuntu

Version: 1.9.8

Platform: x86_64

First, install or update to the latest system software.

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install build-essential chrpath libssl-dev libxft-dev
View restAPI.markdown

###Creating a REST API using Node.js, Express, and MongoDB

####Installing Node.js

Go to http://nodejs.org, and click the Install button. Run the installer that you just downloaded. When the installer completes, a message indicates that Node was installed at /usr/local/bin/node and npm was installed at /usr/local/bin/npm. At this point node.js is ready to use. Let’s implement the webserver application from the nodejs.org home page. We will use it as a starting point for our project: a RESTful API to access data (retrieve, create, update, delete) in a wine cellar database.

Create a folder named nodecellar anywhere on your file system. In the wincellar folder, create a file named server.js.