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nobuti / .eslintrc
Created Nov 24, 2019 — forked from elijahmanor/.eslintrc
Add Prettier & ESLint to VS Code with a Create React App
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"extends": ["react-app", "plugin:prettier/recommended"]

Lo primero, llevadme, como y ocupo poco (aunque no lo aparente).

Fuera de broma, os puedo recomendar sitios donde comer y tapear, pero la noche no la controlo mucho, pero en el centro no faltan bares y pseudo discotecas. But:

nobuti /
Last active Jul 17, 2018
Frontend offer


Visitame is looking for an enthusiastic frontend engineer to join to the team. In this role you will have significant responsibility in our project development team. Visitame looks for developers who take ownership of their code.


We are Visitame, a Proptech startup which combines the best of Home IoT (Hardware and Software) to create an optimized and radically improved Real Estate selling process. We have already successfully launched an Alpha version to the market and we're ready now to scale it technically and commercially. We're a well-funded startup, with top corporate Real Estate clients and backed by 7r Ventures.


You love code. You love to build great products with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. You know JavaScript is imperfect, but you embrace its functional side and genuinely enjoy coding with it. You might like to talk about obscure computer science topics, but really, you just want to write simple code and ship new products and features to customers.


nobuti / index.html
Created Oct 19, 2017
Almost pure React
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<div id="react-root"></div>
<script src=""></script>
<script src=""></script>
<script src=""></script>
<script id="react-app" type="text/template">
const App = ({name}) => {
nobuti / gulpfile.js
Created Feb 4, 2017 — forked from dverbovyi/gulpfile.js
ES6 project with Gulp, Sass, Babel & Browserify
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* Created by Dmytro on 3/27/2016.
var browserify = require('browserify'),
gulp = require('gulp'),
sourcemaps = require('gulp-sourcemaps'),
sass = require('gulp-sass'),
autoprefixer = require('gulp-autoprefixer'),
source = require('vinyl-source-stream'),
buffer = require('vinyl-buffer'),
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[category = '8'] {
line-color: #7F3C8D;
[category = '9'] {
line-color: #11A579;
[category = '18'] {
line-color: #3969AC;
[category = '2'] {
nobuti / server
Created Sep 29, 2015 — forked from bnicholas/server
Browser-sync + Rails 4.2 (without tearing out the asset pipeline) So far so good
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
set -e
rails s webrick & sleep 3
browser-sync start --files "app/views/**/*.erb, app/assets/stylesheets/**/*.scss, app/assets/javascripts/**/*.js" --proxy "localhost:3000" --reload-delay 1000 --no-open
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# For SCSS-Lint v0.31.0
enabled: true
space_before_bang: true
space_after_bang: false
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# A simple Makefile alternative to using Grunt for your static asset compilation
## Usage
# $ npm install
# And then you can run various commands:
# $ make # compile files that need compiling
# $ make clean all # remove target files and recompile from scratch
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