Heroku | 10 Habits of a Happy Node Hacker (2016)

In History & Futures, Javascript, Node by bchesleyLeave a Comment

SimplifyTech predictions are famously inaccurate, but I’ll make one here for the upcoming year. I predict that 2016 will be the year of simplification in JavaScript.A growing group of developers are simplifying their architectures already. Instead of monolithic MVCs with big frameworks, they’re building apps with static frontends, which can be served over CDN, with a Node.js API for dynamic …


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Get a full fake REST API with zero coding in less than 30 seconds (seriously) Source: typicode/json-server

How to Password Protect Zip Files in Mac OS X

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Run Terminal from the Applications > Utilities folder Type the following command and press [ENTER]: Enter and verify the password when prompted and save this information somewhere secure (1Password secure notes work well). Unless your password entries don’t match the process will run and report files added until complete. The archive “output.zip”, is now compressed and encrypted with the password entered. The …

Connect Framework

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Newcomers to NodeJS typically find its API difficult to grasp. Luckily, many developers have created frameworks that make it easier to work with Node. Connect is one such framework. It sits on top of Node’s API and draws the line between comfort and control. via Meet the Connect Framework – Tuts+ Code Tutorial. https://github.com/senchalabs/connect

No Tabs in IntelliJ IDEA – Hadi Hariri

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No Tabs in IntelliJ IDEAI often come across people complaining about some odd behaviour when it comes to editor tabs in IntelliJ IDEA or any of the other sister products such as WebStorm or PhpStorm. Some expect a different kind of behavior from tabs. Others want the ability to have different colored tabs and some want them numbered.My advice to …

Unix Less Command: 10 Tips for Effective Navigation

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Unix Less Command: 10 Tips for Effective Navigation via Unix Less Command: 10 Tips for Effective Navigation. Very handy for working with Tomcat or other Nix apps that use log files heavily. From the post my favorites: Forward Search / – search for a pattern which will take you to the next occurrence. n – for next match in forward …

Hivelogic – Installing MySQL on Mac OS X

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Installing MySQL on Mac OS X Saturday, 10 November 2007 • Short URL • 178 comments Update: I’ve posted updated instructions for compiling MySQL on Snow Leopard. What follows are instructions for building and installing MySQL 5 on Mac OS X. These instructions should work perfectly on both Tiger and Leopard. If you’re a pro at this type of thing …