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how2 - stackoverflow from the terminal

  •    Javascript

if it gives you EACCES errors, you need to fix npm permissions. Or you can just use sudo npm install -g how2 if you don't care. After that you can press SPACE to go to the interactive mode, where you can choose a different stackoverflow question/answer.

pyformat.info - Single page cheat-sheet about Python string formatting

  •    Python

With this project @ulope and @zerok wanted to document Python's awesome string formatting system with practical examples. While the official documentation on python.org contains a great deal of information regarding the actual syntax specification of the formatters and some examples, we felt it would be nice to see the new and old style of formatting side-by-side and provide even more practical examples. We're curently working on version 2 of the site. This encompases a complete architecture change to use Lektor to generate the site instead of the previous homegrown approach.

learn-to-send-email-via-google-script-html-no-server - :email: An Example of using an HTML form (e

  •    HTML

A Step-by-Step Example of using an HTML Form to send a "Contact Us" Message via Email without a Backend Server using a Google Script - No PHP, Python, Ruby, Java, Node.js etc. Warning: Google's API has limits on how many emails it can send in a day. This may vary on your Google account, see the limits here. We recommend implementing this tutorial through Part 3, since the data will always be added to the spreadsheet first, then emailed if possible.

keybase-gpg-github - Step-by-step guide on how to create a GPG key on keybase


This is a step-by-step guide on how to create a GPG key on keybase.io, adding it to a local GPG setup and use it with Git and GitHub. Although this guide was written for macOS, most commands should work in other operating systems as well.

zalando-howto-open-source - Open Source guidance from Zalando, Europe's largest online fashion platform


A guide to releasing an open-source project at Zalando, Europe's largest online fashion platform. Please feel free to use this as a template for your own organization's open source planning, policymaking, and development efforts. If there's a topic we've missed, or if you have any suggestions for making this better, let us know via our Issues tracker.We're really grateful to Software Lead Weekly, cron.weekly, Chris Aniszczyk (TODO Group), the folks at Datio Engineering, Thomas Lockney of Nike, Jamie Allen at Starbucks, Richard Seroter at Pivotal, Peter Zaitsev at Percona, Jonathan Lipps at Sauce Labs, and others for spreading the word about this doc.

golang-examples - Go(lang) examples - (explain the basics of golang)

  •    Go

These examples explain the basics of golang. There will be more examples from time to time. if you like, feel free to add more golang examples. Many thanks to all contributors.

dojo-boilerplate - A starting point for developing with Dojo

  •    Javascript

The Dojo Boilerplate is a set of files to help you rapidly get up and running with the Dojo Toolkit. It illustrates some basic best practices when working with Dojo. The Dojo Boilerplate is licensed under the New BSD license.

learn-redux - :boom: Comprehensive Notes for Learning (how to use) Redux to manage state in your Web/Mobile (React

  •    HTML

Redux simplifies writing well-structured, predictable, testable & maintainable JavaScript Web Applications. JavaScript web applications can become messy if they don't have a clear organisation from the beginning.

nim-cookbook - Nim Programming Cookbook

  •    Nim

This cookbook is aimed at Nim programmers who have familiarity with the language and want to write programs in it. We, the authors and contributors of this cookbook would like this to be a useful resource for questions like — "How to do X with Nim?". Writing new recipes, enhancing, proofreading, fixing bugs in the code are all a community effort. Please send your recipes, improvements and suggestions. Pull Requests are open.

docker-compose-demo - A short demo on how to use Docker Compose to create a Web Service connected to a load balancer and a Redis Database

  •    Python

The instructions assume that you have already installed Docker and Docker Compose.In order to get started be sure to clone this project onto your Docker Host. Create a directory on your host. Please note that the demo webservices will inherit the name from the directory you create. If you create a folder named test. Then the services will all be named test-web, test-redis, test-lb. Also, when you scale your services it will then tack on a number to the end of the service you scale.

tutorials_as_code - so that stuff read/seen don't get muddled up with time

  •    Go

tutorials as code/markdown notes for quick revision from once consumed talk, podcast, articles, others.

fabsetup - Yet another setup script for linux software, configurations and services.

  •    Python

Fabric tasks in order to set up and maintain configurations, software installations and other things on a local or remote linux system (most functionality for Debian/Ubuntu). fabsetup is a fabric script.

flurdy.com-docs - My flurdy.com docs folders. Feel free to submit pull requests

  •    HTML

If you spot any typos please send a pull request. For any small enhancements please send a pull request.

ReactNativeCodeReuseExample - Shows how to organize your code to reuse it as much as possible between Web, iOS and Android

  •    Javascript

I created this application as an example for my article Code sharing between React and React Native applications. It shows how to share code between different platforms (web, iOS and Android) when using React & React Native. It is based on the fact that React Native will detect when a file has a .ios. or .android. extension and load the relevant platform file when required from other components (see Platform-specific extensions). Each platform uses the corresponding index.js file as an entry point. All other code resides in the app directory.

codetogo.io - 🚀 JavaScript code to go - Find updated snippets for common JavaScript use cases

  •    HTML

Code to go aims to help developers learning JavaScript find up to date, accurate and ready to use snippets of JavaScript code for common use cases. Do you have a use case that is not covered in codetogo? Please open an issue (even if you don't have the answer for that use case). You can also create a Pull Request by following the steps in contributing.md however we recommend opening an issue first.

aws-cpp-developer-guide - Content for the AWS SDK for C++ Developer Guide

  •    Python

This repository contains source content for the AWS SDK for C++ Developer Guide. The source code for the AWS SDK for C++ is also on GitHub, at https://github.com/aws/aws-sdk-cpp/. The guide content is written in reStructuredText and built using Sphinx. It relies upon content which is provided in the AWS documentation team's shared content repository.

aws-java-developer-guide - Official repository of the AWS SDK for Java Developer Guide -- issues and contributions are welcome, see README for details

  •    Java

This repository contains source content for the official AWS Java Developer Guide. The source code for the AWS SDK for Java is also on GitHub, at https://github.com/aws/aws-sdk-java/. The guide content is written in reStructuredText and built using Sphinx. It relies upon content which is provided in the AWS documentation team's shared content and SDK examples repositories.

learn-elm-architecture-in-javascript - :unicorn: Learn how to build web apps using the Elm Architecture in "plain old" JavaScript (step-by-step tutorial with TDD)!

  •    Javascript

Learn how to build web applications using the Elm ("Model Update View") Architecture in "plain" JavaScript. Therefore, by learning the Elm Architecture, you will intrinsically understand Redux which will help you learn/develop React apps.

learn-ngrok - :cloud: Learn how to use ngrok to share access to a Web App/Site running on your "localhost" with the world!

  •    HTML

ngrok is a small piece of software that lets you run a web application on your local computer and (securely) share it with the world on a public address ("URL"). Anyone working on a Web App/Site and needs a quick/easy way to show or test it without "deploying" it. e.g: you are actively developing something and deploying it to Heroku would be too time consuming.

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