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OverZealous / build.config.js
Last active Jul 21, 2018
Preliminary Gulpfile for replicating ngBoilerplate — Still a work in progress!
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/**
* This file/module contains all configuration for the build process.
*/
/**
* Load requires and directory resources
*/
var join = require('path').join,
bowerrc = JSON.parse(require('fs').readFileSync('./.bowerrc', {encoding: 'utf8'})),
bowerJSON = bowerrc.json.replace(/^\.?\/?/, './'),
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JankyBrowser

The only cross-platform browser that fits in a Gist!

One line install. Works on Linux, MacOSX and Windows.

Local Install

$> npm install http://gist.github.com/morganrallen/f07f59802884bcdcad4a/download
View how to screencapture and make animated gifs or whathaveyou.md

Screencapture and animated gifs

I say "animated gif" but in reality I think it's irresponsible to be serving "real" GIF files to people now. You should be serving gfy's, gifv's, webm, mp4s, whatever. They're a fraction of the filesize making it easier for you to deliver high fidelity, full color animation very quickly, especially on bad mobile connections. (But I suppose if you're just doing this for small audiences (like bug reporting), then LICEcap is a good solution).

Capturing (Easy)

  1. Launch quicktime player
  2. do Screen recording

screen shot 2014-10-22 at 11 16 23 am

@lyoshenka
lyoshenka / ngrok-selfhosting-setup.md
Last active Nov 5, 2020
How to setup Ngrok with a self-signed SSL cert
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Intro

The plan is to create a pair of executables (ngrok and ngrokd) that are connected with a self-signed SSL cert. Since the client and server executables are paired, you won't be able to use any other ngrok to connect to this ngrokd, and vice versa.

DNS

Add two DNS records: one for the base domain and one for the wildcard domain. For example, if your base domain is domain.com, you'll need a record for that and for *.domain.com.

Different Operating Systems

@sindresorhus
sindresorhus / writing-eslint-rule.md
Last active Nov 10, 2020
Gettings started writing a ESLint rule
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Gettings started writing a ESLint rule

First, take a look at the ESLint rule documentation. Just skim it for now. It's very long and boring. You can come back to it later.

ESLint rules works on the AST (Abstract Syntax Tree) representation of the code. In short, this is a tree structure that describes the code in a very verbose form. ESLint walks this tree and rules can subscribe to be notified when it hits a specific node type, like a Literal type, which could be the "hello" part of const welcome = "hello";.

Go ahead and play around with some code in AST Explorer (Make sure the parser is espree). It's a great tool!

Here are some good articles on the subject (ignore the scaffolding parts):

@dypsilon
dypsilon / frontendDevlopmentBookmarks.md
Last active Nov 24, 2020
A badass list of frontend development resources I collected over time.
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@LeCoupa
LeCoupa / nodejs-cheatsheet.js
Last active Nov 27, 2020
Complete Node.js CheatSheet --> UPDATED VERSION --> https://github.com/LeCoupa/awesome-cheatsheets
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/* *******************************************************************************************
* THE UPDATED VERSION IS AVAILABLE AT
* https://github.com/LeCoupa/awesome-cheatsheets
* ******************************************************************************************* */
// 0. Synopsis.
// http://nodejs.org/api/synopsis.html
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