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@kratiahuja
kratiahuja / fastboot-migration.md
Last active May 10, 2018
FastBoot 1.0 migration cheatsheet
View fastboot-migration.md

Pre-req

The below guide only applies to addons. If your app is using process.env.EMBER_CLI_FASTBOOT, please create an in-repo addon and follow this guide.

Testing guidelines

When you make the changes to make sure your addons are backward compatible for upcoming FastBoot build changes, make sure to test all the usecases as follows:

  1. An app running the current FastBoot double builds. Your app should boot and function correctly in browser and FastBoot.
  2. An app running with the proposed FastBoot build changes here. Your app should boot and function correctly in browser and FastBoot.
  3. An app having ember-cli-fastboot not installed. Make sure the fastboot initializers or vendor files are not running in browser.

Use cases

@ePirat
ePirat / spec.md
Last active Jan 15, 2020
Icecast Protocol specification
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Icecast protocol specification

What is the Icecast protocol?

When speaking of the Icecast protocol here, actually it's just the HTTP protocol, and this document will explain further how source clients need to send data to Icecast.

HTTP PUT based protocol

Since Icecast version 2.4.0 there is support for the standard HTTP PUT method. The mountpoint to which to send the data is specified by the URL path.

@krisleech
krisleech / activejob.rb
Created Oct 7, 2014
activejob outside of Rails
View activejob.rb
require 'sidekiq'
require 'active_job'
ActiveJob::Base.queue_adapter = :sidekiq
class Foo < ActiveJob::Base
queue_as :default
def perform
sleep 10
@lengarvey
lengarvey / README.md
Last active Aug 29, 2015
demonstrating a naive first cut implementation at reliable uri parsing for RFC3986 for Ruby 2.2.0dev
View README.md

The problem

On Ruby 2.2.0dev URI.parse has been changed so that it uses RFC3986. This changes the semantics of URIs in some subtle ways. Probably most importantly it means that square brackets "[", "]" and a few other characters should be percent-encoded, primarily in the query string.

Unfortunately the implementation on ruby-trunk doesn't provide an encoding functionality. I raised a bug explaining this: https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/9990 but here's a quick script to demonstrate the issue:

url = "https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/projects/ruby-trunk/issues?set_filter=1&f[]=status_id&op[status_id]=o"
puts URI.encode(url)
URI.parse(URI.encode(url))
@avdi
avdi / gist:7990684
Created Dec 16, 2013
Streaming a URL to a file in Elixir
View gist:7990684
def download_video(Episode[filename: filename] = episode) do
Stream.resource(fn -> begin_download(episode) end,
&continue_download/1,
&finish_download/1)
|> File.stream_to!(filename)
|> Stream.run
end
def begin_download(Episode[video_url: video_url,
account: Account[login: login,
View gist:7508274

My general thoughts on Resque Next is that it should be more of a protocol and an interface than an end-all-be-all solution for delayed work in Ruby, that it should provide at least one implementation for each of the interfaces, but that it should leave further implementation up to third-parties and separate include-if-you-want-it gems (that may be published to either the resque org or elsewhere).

This includes the dependency on Redis. When a consumer out-grows Redis and needs to use a queueing service that has actual, non-emulated queueing semantics, they shouldn't have to rewrite all of their worker code and start over from

View playlist.md
  • 1 slam dunk lifestyle knife city
  • 2 Hydra Island Champion
  • 3 Prince Jammy Champion
  • 4 What You Talking About (Roska Remix) Redlight
  • 5 Bowser's Castle Champion
  • 6 Chasing Crazy (Trim remix) BRACKLES feat CHERRI V
  • 7 Do You Mind (Crazy Cousins Remix) Paleface feat. Kyla
  • 8 Buck n Bury (feat. Juiceman) El-B
  • 9 Animal Prints (feat. Okmalumkoolkat) LV
  • 10 Basscone Redlight
View foremux
#!/usr/bin/env ruby
# Install in PATH as foremux
if %w(help --help -h).include?(ARGV.first)
$stderr.puts <<-help
Usage:
foremux [PROCESS]
Options:
-e, [--env=ENV] # Specify an env file to load, defaults to .env
@minikomi
minikomi / goserv.go
Created Sep 2, 2012
Simple static server in go
View goserv.go
package main
import (
"flag"
"log"
"net/http"
"os"
)
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