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yyx990803 / commits.vue
Last active Sep 11, 2020
Vue examples comparisons in 2.x and function-based APIs
View commits.vue
<template>
<div id="demo">
<h1>Latest Vue.js Commits</h1>
<template v-for="branch in branches">
<input type="radio"
:id="branch"
:value="branch"
name="branch"
v-model="currentBranch">
<label :for="branch">{{ branch }}</label>
View minimal-analytics-snippet.js
(function (context, trackingId, options) {
const history = context.history;
const doc = document;
const nav = navigator || {};
const storage = localStorage;
const encode = encodeURIComponent;
const pushState = history.pushState;
const typeException = 'exception';
const generateId = () => Math.random().toString(36);
const getId = () => {
@remy
remy / ActiveLink.js
Last active Sep 16, 2020
Next.js version of `activeClassName` support.
View ActiveLink.js
@Jamesits
Jamesits / caddy.sh
Last active Aug 28, 2020
Install Caddy Server on Ubuntu with Systemd.
View caddy.sh
# Should work on all Debian based distros with systemd; tested on Ubuntu 16.04+.
# This will by default install all plugins; you can customize this behavior on line 6. Selecting too many plugins can cause issues when downloading.
# Run as root (or sudo before every line) please. Note this is not designed to be run automatically; I recommend executing this line by line.
apt install curl
curl https://getcaddy.com | bash -s personal dns,docker,dyndns,hook.service,http.authz,http.awses,http.awslambda,http.cache,http.cgi,http.cors,http.datadog,http.expires,http.filemanager,http.filter,http.forwardproxy,http.geoip,http.git,http.gopkg,http.grpc,http.hugo,http.ipfilter,http.jekyll,http.jwt,http.locale,http.login,http.mailout,http.minify,http.nobots,http.prometheus,http.proxyprotocol,http.ratelimit,http.realip,http.reauth,http.restic,http.upload,http.webdav,net,tls.dns.auroradns,tls.dns.azure,tls.dns.cloudflare,tls.dns.cloudxns,tls.dns.digitalocean,tls.dns.dnsimple,tls.dns.dnsmadeeasy,tls.dns.dnspod,tls.dns.dyn,tls.
@ravibhure
ravibhure / git_rebase.md
Last active Sep 24, 2020
Git rebase from remote fork repo
View git_rebase.md

In your local clone of your forked repository, you can add the original GitHub repository as a "remote". ("Remotes" are like nicknames for the URLs of repositories - origin is one, for example.) Then you can fetch all the branches from that upstream repository, and rebase your work to continue working on the upstream version. In terms of commands that might look like:

Add the remote, call it "upstream":

git remote add upstream https://github.com/whoever/whatever.git

Fetch all the branches of that remote into remote-tracking branches, such as upstream/master:

git fetch upstream

@markerikson
markerikson / dispatching-action-creators.js
Last active May 2, 2020
Dispatching action creators comparison
View dispatching-action-creators.js
// approach 1: define action object in the component
this.props.dispatch({
type : "EDIT_ITEM_ATTRIBUTES",
payload : {
item : {itemID, itemType},
newAttributes : newValue,
}
});
// approach 2: use an action creator function
View reduxActionBindingExample.js
import {action1, action2} from "myActions";
import {bindActionCreators} from "redux";
const mapDispatchToProps(dispatch) => {
return {
manuallyBoundAction : (...args) => dispatch(action1(...args)),
autoBoundAction : bindActionCreators(action2, dispatch),
multipleActionsTogether : bindActionCreators({action1, action2}, dispatch)
}
};
@Avaq
Avaq / combinators.js
Last active Sep 21, 2020
Common combinators in JavaScript
View combinators.js
const I = x => x
const K = x => y => x
const A = f => x => f (x)
const T = x => f => f (x)
const W = f => x => f (x) (x)
const C = f => y => x => f (x) (y)
const B = f => g => x => f (g (x))
const S = f => g => x => f (x) (g (x))
const S_ = f => g => x => f (g (x)) (x)
const S2 = f => g => h => x => f (g (x)) (h (x))
@jamtur01
jamtur01 / ladder.md
Last active Sep 14, 2020
Kickstarter Engineering Ladder
@DanHerbert
DanHerbert / fix-homebrew-npm.md
Last active Sep 10, 2020
Instructions on how to fix npm if you've installed Node through Homebrew on Mac OS X or Linuxbrew
View fix-homebrew-npm.md

READ THIS Very Important Update

This entire guide is based on an old version of Homebrew/Node and no longer applies. It was only ever intended to fix a specific error message which has since been fixed. I've kept it here for historical purposes, but it should no longer be used. Homebrew maintainers have fixed things and the options mentioned don't exist and won't work.

I still believe it is better to manually install npm separately since having a generic package manager maintain another package manager is a bad idea, but the instructions below don't explain how to do that.

Fixing npm On Mac OS X for Homebrew Users

Installing node through Homebrew can cause problems with npm for globally installed packages. To fix it quickly, use the solution below. An explanation is also included at the end of this document.

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