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dscl . -mcxdelete /Users/<username>
rm -rf /Library/Managed\ Preferences/<username>

SEE: dscl man page


To get started:

git clone ... boilerplate
cd boilerplate
make start

Changes can be automatically built using watch:

watch make
View mercury-component.js
var mercury = require('mercury');
var h = mercury.h;
module.exports = create;
module.exports.render = render;
function render(state) {
return h({}, [
View value-event-event.js
var extend = require('xtend');
module.exports = SinkEventHandler;
function SinkEventHandler(sink, data) {
if (!(this instanceof SinkEventHandler)) {
return new SinkEventHandler(sink, data);
this.sink = sink;
View mercury-component.js
var h = require('mercury').h;
var css = require('./index.css');
var insert = require('insert-css');
module.exports = function component(state) {
return h('.foo')
View gist:a39802d00ed04d1c36c1
function submit(sink, data) {
if (!(this instanceof submit)) {
return new submit(sink, data)
this.sink = sink = data =
this.type = 'submit'
View 0_reuse_code.js
// Use Gists to store code you would like to remember later on
console.log(window); // log the "window" object to the console

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I hereby claim:

  • I am jxson on github.
  • I am jxson ( on keybase.
  • I have a public key whose fingerprint is BE1D B681 AC7A C224 A61A 8A3A 7FA9 7040 C765 43B3

To claim this, I am signing this object:

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This month's JSLA will be at HUGE (Mid-City/Miracle Mile), Thursday July 25th @ 7pm. There will be presentations on gelocation based music discovery and managing binary data in the browser!

Please make sure to RSVP, space is limited:

Discovering Music Through Geo Location

Presented by: Chris Mendez

In 2012, the USC Radio online team set out to create a new type of music discovery app centered around geo location. After months of imagining, planning, developing and iterating, the team finally released Geotunes, an HTML5-based app that provides users with a new way to learn about the relationships between songs and their geographical surroundings. The presentation will take a birds-eye view of the product lifecycle and share what it took to become one of the first 100 apps on the Spotify app ecosystem.

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