View grunt watch with http server setup.js
module.exports = function( grunt ) {
grunt.initConfig({
'http-server': {
'dev': {
root: "..",
port: 8080,
host: "0.0.0.0",
cache: 0,
View selection_sort.rb
def selection_sort array
(array.length-1).times do |i|
minindex = i
minvalue = array[i]
(i).upto(array.length-1) do |j|
if array[j] < minvalue
minindex = j
minvalue = array[j]
end
View bubble_sort.rb
def bubble_sort array
(array.length-1).times do |i|
(array.length-1-i).times do |j|
if array[j] > array[j+1]
array[j], array[j+1]=array[j+1], array[j]
end
end
end
array
end
View rake_for_postgres_s3_backup
#First you have add the following gems to your Gemfile
gem 'aws-sdk', '< 2.0'
gem 'zip'
gem 'whenever'
#Created a new file at lib/tasks/backup.rake and add the following
desc "PG Backup"
namespace :pg do
task :backup => [:environment] do
View db.go
package main
import (
"database/sql"
"fmt"
_ "github.com/lib/pq"
)
const (
DB_USER = "ramesh"
View godlist
RAILS_ROOT = File.expand_path('../', __dir__)
def default_process_monitoring(w, w.name)
# determine the state on startup
w.transition(:init, { true => :up, false => :start }) do |on|
on.condition(:process_running) do |c|
c.running = true
end
end
View select2 ajax example with formated result
$("#selector").select2({
width: "200px",
placeholder: "Search for a item",
minimumInputLength: 3,
ajax: {
url: "/url",
dataType: "json",
data: function(term, page) {
return {
q: term,