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@styblope
styblope / docker-api-port.md
Last active June 7, 2024 15:21
Enable TCP port 2375 for external connection to Docker

Enable TCP port 2375 for external connection to Docker

See this issue.
Docker best practise to Control and configure Docker with systemd.

  1. Create daemon.json file in /etc/docker:

     {"hosts": ["tcp://0.0.0.0:2375", "unix:///var/run/docker.sock"]}
    
@tbranyen
tbranyen / hooks-theme-and-refs.js
Last active June 5, 2017 17:40
HRT: Hooks, theme, and refs! Consistent re-usable component schema.
import React, { Component, PropTypes } from 'react';
import htr from 'hooks-theme-refs';
export class Chip extends Component {
render() {
const { label, hooks, theme, refs, children, ...rest } = htr(this);
return (
<div {...rest} className={theme.chip} onClick={hooks.onClick} ref={refs.chip}>
{children}
@javivelasco
javivelasco / reactive-2016.md
Last active January 10, 2023 19:45
Proposal for lightning talk at Reactive Conf 2016

Please star ⭐️ the gist to help! This is a proposal for a ⚡️ talk at Reactive Conference.

Styling Components in React Toolbox 2

I wrote react-toolbox and presented it almost a year ago in lighning talk at Reactive Conf 2015 in Bratislava. At first it was just a proof of concept of a component library styled with CSS Modules and SASS. Now the project has grown quite a bit, and during this year there has been tons of changes and lessons learned.

Theming and customization is one of the most difficult and interesting problems to solve. For the first version we needed a custom Webpack loader to generate themes and doing simple style overrides was very painful. Today I'm working on a new playground that will allow you try CSS Modules live, and to create React Toolbox themes on the f

@lawnsea
lawnsea / web-worker-vdom-challenges.md
Last active January 2, 2021 08:26
A discussion of the challenges I anticipate we will face creating a widely useful system based on a virtual DOM running in a web worker

I have been watching the current discussions about running a virtual DOM in a web worker with a great deal of interest. In 2011, I built a research project, [Treehouse][] ([USENIX Talk][] ([DOMTRIS][] demo at 20:25), [paper][]), which ran a hacked-up version of jsdom in a worker. My goal was fine-grained containment of untrusted scripts, while still providing access to browser APIs that existing code expected.

Treehouse achieved a small amount of influence in academic circles, but it had problems and was ultimately unsuccessful. Virtual DOMs were not a widespread or well-understood idea at the time, so the advantages of running one in a worker

@chrisdickinson
chrisdickinson / a.md
Last active December 26, 2015 08:59
examples of how to use my various js-git repos

instructions

make sure to clone this gist! then npm install it then run node example.js

if it doesn't work ping me on twitter (@isntitvacant) or irc (chrisdickinson in #pdxnode on freenode.net)

@jrburke
jrburke / build.js
Last active February 11, 2024 23:19
Building a file with external dependencies that could be from AMD, node, or globals.
//run in node to do the build
var requirejs = require('requirejs'),
fs = require('fs'),
depsRegExp = /\/\*DEPENDENCIES\*\//,
globalMapRegExp = /\/\*GLOBALMAP\*\//,
shimmer = fs.readFileSync('shimmer.js', 'utf8'),
wrapStart = fs.readFileSync('wrap.start', 'utf8');
// You could generate these with code if you want a dynamic build script
@eliperelman
eliperelman / BarnDoorTracker.ino
Created October 24, 2012 03:51
Barn Door Tracker - Arduino
#include <AFMotor.h>
const float rpm = 6.999999;
const int stepsPerRevolution = 200;
const int shieldPort = 1;
AF_Stepper motor(stepsPerRevolution, shieldPort);
void setup() {
// set up Serial library at 9600 bps
Serial.begin(9600);
@piscisaureus
piscisaureus / pr.md
Created August 13, 2012 16:12
Checkout github pull requests locally

Locate the section for your github remote in the .git/config file. It looks like this:

[remote "origin"]
	fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
	url = git@github.com:joyent/node.git

Now add the line fetch = +refs/pull/*/head:refs/remotes/origin/pr/* to this section. Obviously, change the github url to match your project's URL. It ends up looking like this:

@tbranyen
tbranyen / canvas.js
Created February 2, 2012 18:07
Lightweight canvas wrapper.
// Basic Usage:
//
// var main = new Canvas({ elem: "canvas" }, function(options) {
// // Instantiate anything specific here...
// // Main draw loop
// this.draw = function() {
//
// };
// });
//
@jamiew
jamiew / google_twunter_lol
Created July 28, 2011 20:34
All the dirty words from Google's "what do you love" project: http://www.wdyl.com/
easterEgg.BadWorder.list={
"4r5e":1,
"5h1t":1,
"5hit":1,
a55:1,
anal:1,
anus:1,
ar5e:1,
arrse:1,
arse:1,