View mapStatesTwoWay.vuex.js
import { mapState } from 'vuex'
export default function mapStatesTwoWay (namespace, states, updateCb) {
const mappedStates = mapState(namespace, states)
const res = {}
for (const key in mappedStates) {
res[key] = {
set (value) {
updateCb.call(this, { [key]: value })
},
View destructuring.js
// === Arrays
var [a, b] = [1, 2];
console.log(a, b);
//=> 1 2
// Use from functions, only select from pattern
var foo = () => [1, 2, 3];
View introrx.md
View README.md

Deverus Vue.js Style Guide

Guide for developing Vue.js applications.

v. 0.0.1

Vue.js is an amazing framework, which can be as powerful as Angular or React, the two big heavy hitters in the world of front-end frameworks.

However, most of Vue's ease-of-use is due to the use of Observables - a pattern that triggers re-renders and other function calls with the reassignment of a variable.

View nginx.conf
#
# CORS header support
#
# One way to use this is by placing it into a file called "cors_support"
# under your Nginx configuration directory and placing the following
# statement inside your **location** block(s):
#
# include cors_support;
#
# As of Nginx 1.7.5, add_header supports an "always" parameter which
View restify-joi-validation.js
const {BadRequestError} = require('restify/lib/errors');
const Joi = require('joi');
module.exports = function validationPlugin() {
const fields = ['params', 'query', 'body'];
return function validationMiddleware(req, res, next) {
if (!req.route || !req.route.validate) {
return next();
}
View 1-restify-server-cheatsheet.js
// Restify Server CheatSheet.
// More about the API: http://mcavage.me/node-restify/#server-api
// Install restify with npm install restify
// 1.1. Creating a Server.
// http://mcavage.me/node-restify/#Creating-a-Server
var restify = require('restify');
View http-status-codes.md

Reference: RFC 2616 - HTTP Status Code Definitions

General

  • 400 BAD REQUEST: The request was invalid or cannot be otherwise served. An accompanying error message will explain further. For security reasons, requests without authentication are considered invalid and will yield this response.
  • 401 UNAUTHORIZED: The authentication credentials are missing, or if supplied are not valid or not sufficient to access the resource.
  • 403 FORBIDDEN: The request has been refused. See the accompanying message for the specific reason (most likely for exceeding rate limit).
  • 404 NOT FOUND: The URI requested is invalid or the resource requested does not exists.
  • 406 NOT ACCEPTABLE: The request specified an invalid format.
View git-no-ff.sh
#!/bin/sh
git config --global merge.ff no
git config --global merge.commit no
# However, the problem with this is that git pull = git fetch + git merge.
# So whenever you pull from the remote server,
# you'd be creating an ugly merge commit when
# a simple fast-forward would be warranted.
# To solve this, set pull.ff to yes:
git config --global pull.ff yes