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@Geczy
Geczy / migrate.sh
Last active May 15, 2024 21:35
Migrate Coolify to a new server
#!/bin/bash
# This script will backup your Coolify instance and move everything to a new server. Docker volumes, Coolify database, and ssh keys
# 1. Script must run on the source server
# 2. Have all the containers running that you want to migrate
# Configuration - Modify as needed
sshKeyPath="$HOME/.ssh/your_private_key" # Key to destination server
destinationHost="server.example.com"
@aelobdog
aelobdog / helloworld.lua
Created August 5, 2021 12:47
my first plugin for lite-xl : displays the text "hello, world!" on the top right of the screen
-- mod-version:1 -- lite-xl 1.16
-- NAME : helloworld
-- GOAL : to render some text to the top right corner of the editor.
-- import the lite-xl "core" package
local core = require "core"
local command = require "core.command"
local style = require "core.style"
local config = require "core.config"
@Checksum
Checksum / websocket_proxy.js
Last active February 25, 2024 20:46
Intercepting WebSockets in the browser using JavaScript
const WebSocketProxy = new Proxy(window.WebSocket, {
construct(target, args) {
console.log("Proxying WebSocket connection", ...args);
const ws = new target(...args);
// Configurable hooks
ws.hooks = {
beforeSend: () => null,
beforeReceive: () => null
};
@leopoldodonnell
leopoldodonnell / Readme.md
Last active April 9, 2024 07:44
Install and run Postgres with an extension using docker-compose

Local Postgres

This gist is an example of how you can simply install and run and extended Postgres using docker-compose. It assumes that you have docker and docker-compose installed and running on your workstation.

Install

  • Requires docker and docker-compose
  • Clone via http: git clone https://gist.github.com/b0b7e06943bd389560184d948bdc2d5b.git
  • Make load-extensions.sh executable
  • Build the image: docker-compose build
@Rich-Harris
Rich-Harris / what-is-svelte.md
Last active March 27, 2024 06:09
The truth about Svelte

I've been deceiving you all. I had you believe that Svelte was a UI framework — unlike React and Vue etc, because it shifts work out of the client and into the compiler, but a framework nonetheless.

But that's not exactly accurate. In my defense, I didn't realise it myself until very recently. But with Svelte 3 around the corner, it's time to come clean about what Svelte really is.

Svelte is a language.

Specifically, Svelte is an attempt to answer a question that many people have asked, and a few have answered: what would it look like if we had a language for describing reactive user interfaces?

A few projects that have answered this question:

@SuryaElite
SuryaElite / sublime-merge-command-line.md
Created September 23, 2018 09:49
Launch Sublime Merge from the command line on OSX

Launch Sublime Merge from the command line on OSX

Sublime Merge includes a command line tool, smerge, to work with git, subversion, mercurial projects on the command line. This can be used to open projects in Sublime Merge using the command line.

Requirements

  • Sublime Merge installed in your system within Applications folder

Setup

@joepie91
joepie91 / you-dont-need-a-blockchain.md
Last active May 7, 2024 11:54
You Don't Need A Blockchain

You don't need a blockchain.

If you're reading this, you probably suggested to somebody that a particular technical problem could be solved with a blockchain.

Blockchains aren't a desirable thing; they're defined by having trustless consensus, which necessarily has to involve some form of costly signaling to work; that's what prevents attacks like sybil attacks.

In other words: blockchains must be expensive to operate, to work effectively. This makes it a last-resort solution, when you truly have no other options available for solving your problem; in almost every case you want a cheaper and less complex solution than a blockchain.

In particular, if your usecase is commercial, then you do not need or want trustless consensus. This especially includes usecases like supply chain tracking, ticketing, and so on. The whole *p

@bradwestfall
bradwestfall / S3-Static-Sites.md
Last active April 10, 2024 16:40
Use S3 and CloudFront to host Static Single Page Apps (SPAs) with HTTPs and www-redirects. Also covers deployments.

S3 Static Sites

⚠ This post is fairly old. I don't keep it up to date. Be sure to see comments where some people have posted updates

What this will cover

  • Host a static website at S3
  • Redirect www.website.com to website.com
  • Website can be an SPA (requiring all requests to return index.html)
  • Free AWS SSL certs
  • Deployment with CDN invalidation
@crittermike
crittermike / wget.sh
Last active March 26, 2024 22:49
Download an entire website with wget, along with assets.
# One liner
wget --recursive --page-requisites --adjust-extension --span-hosts --convert-links --restrict-file-names=windows --domains yoursite.com --no-parent yoursite.com
# Explained
wget \
--recursive \ # Download the whole site.
--page-requisites \ # Get all assets/elements (CSS/JS/images).
--adjust-extension \ # Save files with .html on the end.
--span-hosts \ # Include necessary assets from offsite as well.
--convert-links \ # Update links to still work in the static version.
@joshbuchea
joshbuchea / semantic-commit-messages.md
Last active May 21, 2024 14:43
Semantic Commit Messages

Semantic Commit Messages

See how a minor change to your commit message style can make you a better programmer.

Format: <type>(<scope>): <subject>

<scope> is optional

Example