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unscriptable / .gitignore
Last active Feb 22, 2019
Most + redis + docker
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node_modules
.DS_Store
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unscriptable / Makefile
Last active Feb 12, 2019
Makefile to compile Elm in a container
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# NOTE will not work with make -v 3.81 or lower
SHELL = /bin/bash
.RECIPEPREFIX = >
# run docker as current user so we don't get elm-stuff permissions problems
UID ?= $(shell id -u):$(shell id -g)
GIT_REPO_ROOT ?= $(PWD)
PROJECT_ROOT := $(GIT_REPO_ROOT)
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unscriptable / README.md
Last active Aug 30, 2018
Datalist polyfill
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Polyfill for the datalist element and list attribute for Safari on macOS

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unscriptable / .gitignore
Last active Jul 31, 2017
Creates a most.js UMD module with creed's ultra-fast Promise implementation packaged in as the Promise shim.
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node_modules/
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unscriptable / papply.js
Created Jan 30, 2017
Function to partially apply function args even if the function might be "manually curried".
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export const papply =
(f, ...x) => {
const arity = f.length
const args = x.length
// shortcut no-ops for perf
if (args === arity) return f(...x)
if (args === 0) return f
if (args < arity) {
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// Classic array unfold that works with functions that produce
// reasonably-sized output arrays.
export const unfoldWith =
f => x =>
_unfold(f, [], x)
// Recursive unfold function. Will overflow stack for very, very large unfolds.
// f should return null, if done, or return [ curr, next ] values, if not.
const _unfold =
(f, acc, value) => {
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unscriptable / template.js
Last active Mar 20, 2017
Mostly for fun, I created a simple template function using functional JavaScript patterns and ES6 syntax. Kinda like mustache, but much simpler.
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// Take a text string containing tokens (of type `${name}`) and return
// a function that will replace the tokens with the properties of a given
// object. If we need to get much more sophisticated, we should
// probably use mustache or similar.
// TODO: allow dev to specify a format for each token?
export default
template => createRenderAll(partition(String(template)))
// ------------------------------------------------------------
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unscriptable / sendSms-ioc.js
Created Oct 21, 2016
Code snippet used in an IoC blog post
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import _ from "lodash"
export const smsMessage = (template, isValidPhone) => {
const createMessage = _.template(template)
const validate = throwIfInvalidPhone(isValidPhone)
return _.compose(validate, createMessage)
}
const throwIfInvalidPhone = isValidPhone => user => {
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unscriptable / sendSms-traditional.js
Created Oct 21, 2016
Code snippet used in an IoC blog post
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import _ from "lodash"
import { isValidPhone } from "../validation/phone"
import template from "./template"
import { DbConn } from "../Db"
import SmsService from "../SmsService"
const createMessage = _.template(template)
export const sendSms = userId => {
const service = new SmsService()
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'use strict'
/*@flow*/
// Creates a function that clones dates and shifts by the
// seconds specified.
// Example:
// >>> import { seconds } from './shift'
// >>> const fiveSecondsLater = seconds(5)
// >>> const d = new Date()
// >>> fiveSecondsLater(d) - d
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