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obonyojimmy / cognito.yaml
Created Oct 14, 2019 — forked from singledigit/cognito.yaml
Create a Cognito Authentication Backend via CloudFormation
View cognito.yaml
AWSTemplateFormatVersion: '2010-09-09'
Description: Cognito Stack
Parameters:
AuthName:
Type: String
Description: Unique Auth Name for Cognito Resources
Resources:
# Creates a role that allows Cognito to send SNS messages
SNSRole:
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obonyojimmy / fix-npm.config
Created May 13, 2019 — forked from nnnikolay/fix-npm.config
Not the final AWS Elastic Beanstalk deployment for NodeJS. Why not the final? some parts are missing or not tested, like configuration changes. Currently it has been tested for application deployment only.
View fix-npm.config
files:
"/opt/elasticbeanstalk/env.vars":
mode: "000775"
owner: root
group: users
content: |
# enable extra logs
set -xe
# Defines variables for use by the other scripts below.
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obonyojimmy / react-cognito-auth-js.js
Created May 8, 2019 — forked from gabeweaver/react-cognito-auth-js.js
React + Cognito User Pools + Cognito Identity JS Example
View react-cognito-auth-js.js
/*
This example was built using standard create-react-app out of the box with no modifications or ejections
to the underlying scripts.
In this example, i'm using Google as a social provider configured within the Cognito User Pool.
Each step also represents a file, so you can see how I've chosen to organize stuff...you can do it however
you'd like so long as you follow the basic flow (which may or may not be the official way....but its what I found that works.
The docs are pretty horrible)
View aws-cloudformation-template-for-nodejs-v0.6.json
{
"AWSTemplateFormatVersion": "2010-09-09",
"Description": "CloudFormation Sample Template for Node.js application. **WARNING** This template creates an Amazon EC2 instance. You will be billed for the AWS resources used if you create a stack from this template.",
"Parameters": {
"InstanceType": {
"Description": "EC2 instance type",
"Type": "String",
"Default": "t1.micro",
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obonyojimmy / CMakeLists.txt
Created Mar 9, 2019 — forked from roxlu/CMakeLists.txt
CMake example that shows how you can build Freetype2 with support for Harfbuzz and Harfbuzz with support for Freetype2. This example uses ExternalProject which is the standard way to include external dependencies. Note that we have to patch Freetype2 and Harfbuzz because their CMakelists are not fully CMake compatible (still depend on pkg-config…
View CMakeLists.txt
# This CMake file will build Freetype and Harfbuzz as external
# projects. We follow the build description as described here:
# https://sourceforge.net/projects/freetype/files/freetype2/2.5.3/ So,
# first we build Freetype2 w/o Harfbuzz, then we build Harfbuzz with
# freetype support after which we rebuild Freetype2 again.
#
# Both CMake files of Freetype2 and Harfbuzz are depending on
# pkg-config to find the dependencies for both projects. I've
# included a patch for Freetype2 and Harfbuzz which allows you to
# build Freetype2 and Harbuzz with pure CMake features. So I removed
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obonyojimmy / build.sh
Created Mar 1, 2019 — forked from russelldavies/build.sh
AWS Lambda Weasyprint
View build.sh
#!/bin/sh
mkdir task
cp build_weasyprint.sh task
docker run --rm -it -v $PWD/task:/var/task \
-e LD_LIBRARY_PATH='/lib64:/usr/lib64:/var/runtime:/var/runtime/lib:/var/task:/var/task/lib' \
lambdalinux/baseimage-amzn build_weasyprint.sh
View jinja2_file_less.py
#!/usr/bin/env/python
#
# More of a reference of using jinaj2 without actual template files.
# This is great for a simple output transformation to standard out.
#
# Of course you will need to "sudo pip install jinja2" first!
#
# I like to refer to the following to remember how to use jinja2 :)
# http://jinja.pocoo.org/docs/templates/
#
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obonyojimmy / blogpost_oauth_meteor_jimmy.md
Created Jan 30, 2019 — forked from lukasvan3l/blogpost_oauth_meteor_jimmy.md
Any OAuth login service ever created, added to your app within 5 minutes
View blogpost_oauth_meteor_jimmy.md

Adding any OAuth login to your Meteor app

tl;dr: Copy the q42:accounts-microsoft and q42:microsoft package, modify the URLs and service name and it works! Probably anyway...

When creating a commercial application with a wide target audience, you can stumble upon users wanting to login using an unknown and barely used OAuth service. And why deny your users this when you can easily create a login service package?

With only about 400 million active users and only 2nd place as world most valuable brand it makes sense that no developer has created an implementation to log in with your Microsoft account. But believe it or not, some people like logging in with their Microsoft Account. And so, by building on the the default meteor google and [accounts-google](https://atmospherejs.com/me

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obonyojimmy / .babelrc
Created Jan 23, 2019 — forked from hexsprite/.babelrc
Using Istanbul wth Meteor
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{
"env": {
"meteor:coverage": {
"plugins": ["istanbul"]
}
}
}
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obonyojimmy / count_children.sh
Created Dec 2, 2018 — forked from radu-gheorghe/count_children.sh
Query parents and count children
View count_children.sh
#cleanup first
curl -XDELETE localhost:9200/test/
echo
#create index
curl -XPUT localhost:9200/test
echo
#create parent type
curl -XPUT localhost:9200/test/test_parent
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