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How to deploy only your dist folder to the gh-pages branch (Github Pages)

Posted on 17 December 2014 | Development by Raymon

If you do a lot on GitHub, you probably know what GitHub Pages are. In case you don’t: On Github Pages you can host an HTML, CSS & JavaScript website. Simply create an branch called: gh-pages, wait a few minutes and you can find it with this url <github-username>/<github-repo-name>. Only deploy your dist folder to …

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Creating a global .gitignore

Posted on 16 December 2014 | Development by Yasin Koçak

It can be handy to create a global .gitignore file, which is a list of rules for ignoring changes to certain files in every git repository on your local machine. Open terminal and run the following command in your terminal: Mac / Linux


Example of a global .gitignore Here is an example …

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AngularJS linky filter now markdown-ier

Posted on 11 December 2014 | Development by Yasin Koçak

Yesterday AngularJS released version v.1.3.6 with some new improvements and a ton of bug fixes! You can find all bugfixes and new features at CHANGELOG In this post i will show an example using the link filter which is now markdown-ier and generates links from text which looks like a url and starts with ‘www.’. …

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How to run npm without sudo

Posted on 10 December 2014 | Development by Jim Sangwine

The problem A lot of people (myself included) have run into permissions errors installing packages globally via npm. The common reaction (I did it!) is to simply sudo npm install *** which works, but will only cause more problems down the line! I have read a lot of discussions online, and it seems that this …

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An Object Oriented JavaScript cheat sheet for people who are new to the language

Posted on 2 December 2014 | Development by Jim Sangwine

This list is not exhaustive – it’s just a collection of the most common patterns beginning JavaScripters are likely to encounter. I have tried to demonstrate how the concepts work, and when they are useful. I hope it helps some people. If you just want the code, you can clone my GitHub repo. Object literal …

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Sitemap in robots.txt

Posted on 28 November 2014 | Development by Yasin Koçak

This is a little-known but very useful trick: you can add your sitemap in your robots.txt to make sure that search engines can find it. Example:

You can still add your Sitemap using the provided Webmaster tools like: Google Webmaster Tools Live Webmaster Tools (MSN) Yahoo SiteExplorer

How to structure CSS for a large application

Posted on 25 November 2014 | Development by Raymon

If you have read more of my posts, you know that I love Front-end! Not only the Development, but also the Architecture! This time I would like to share my experience with setting up a CSS structure for big (and small) applications using Sass. Use Sass to structure the CSS Since I started working with …

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Angular 1.x vs Angular 2.0

Posted on 24 November 2014 | Development by Yasin Koçak

Google’s AngularJS is one of the most popular UI frameworks and is in use in many projects. AngularJS team has been busy working on AngularJS 2.0. This is not a complex major update; this is a whole rewrite! It’s going to make radical non-backward compatible changes and there will be no migration path from Angular …

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Building an animated side menu with CSS3 transitions

Posted on 21 November 2014 | Development by Yasin Koçak

This tutorial demonstrates an easy way of animating your side menu. We will use CSS 3 transition to add an animation effect when changing from style to another, without using Flash animations or JavaScript. How to use transitions If you haven’t used transitions before, here’s a brief introduction. On the element you want to animate, …

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Nagios and monitoring syslog from a loghost

Posted on 20 November 2014 | Systems by Anonymous Engineer

Monitoring with Nagios is easy, it is modular and many checks are available like check_ping, check_http, check_mysql, etc. With a module like NRPE you can even send a request using check_nrpe from the Nagios server to a remotely running NRPE daemon to return the capacity of a filesystem or other checks that require you to …

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