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Decrypt » Retour d’Expérience d’une Intégration Continue avec Docker/Gitlab/Jenkins

Decrypt » Retour d’Expérience d’une Intégration Continue avec Docker/Gitlab/Jenkins | kernicPanel | Scoop.it

J’ai récemment monté pour un client une Intégration Continue basée sur Docker, Gitlab et Jenkins. L’objectif était de proposer une Intégration Continue ayant pour couverture les postes de développement, la plateforme de build permettant de passer les tests unitaires, ainsi que la plateforme d’intégration à disposition du client et des responsables du projet à des fins de recette.


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Schema Design for Time Series Data in MongoDB

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This is a post by Sandeep Parikh, Solutions Architect at MongoDB and Kelly Stirman, Director of Products at MongoDB.
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Command line one-liners | Arturo Herrero

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The personal blog of Arturo Herrero

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Some interesting on-line command in linux

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Slant - What are the best programming fonts?

Slant - What are the best programming fonts? | kernicPanel | Scoop.it
Compare Source Code Pro vs Consolas vs Monaco vs Inconsolata-g vs Ubuntu Mono vs Anonymous Pro vs DejaVu Sans Mono vs Menlo vs Envy Code R, and more.

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Écrire un service REST avec NodeJS et Express – partie 1/3: implémentation de départ

Nous allons voir en détail comment mettre en place un webservice RESTful avec NodeJS et le framework Express. L’objet de ce webservice sera la gestion d’une base de favoris.

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Running an Express server with Grunt and Yeoman: Part 3 | ar[V]elocity

Back in part 1 of this series I introduced a small number of tools that make a web engineer’s life easier: Grunt, Yeoman, Express, and Nodemon. In part 2 I provided a repository of filesand explained how to use them to have a running server that’s capable of automatic browser and app server reboots for rapid development.

 

Now, in part 3, I’ll explain how we can use this workflow to automatically run unit tests when development files or test files change, backend or frontend, and how to expose internal functions and properties in our Node or RequireJS modules to the testing environment so that we get less bugs. Onward!

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Regex Crossword

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A crossword puzzle game using regular expressions. Earn achievements completing puzzle challenges. Easy tutorials for people new to regular expressions.
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More Git and GitHub Secrets

This is the brand-new, action-packed sequel to the original Git and GitHub Secrets talk I did in 2012. For one, it has more emoji.

 

Git is a really powerful tool. A lot of that power is deeply hidden, and for good reason: it may only be valuable in certain use cases. You may not run into those use cases very often, but when you do, these lesser-known features might save you literally seconds of time.

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SSH Can Do That? Productivity Tips for Working with Remote Servers | Smylers [blogs.perl.org]

SSH Can Do That? Productivity Tips for Working with Remote Servers | Smylers [blogs.perl.org] | kernicPanel | Scoop.it

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Front-end Process - Flat Builds and Automation, Part 1: Introduction

Front-end Process - Flat Builds and Automation, Part 1: Introduction | kernicPanel | Scoop.it

Due to the rising popularity of responsive web design over the past few years we have been actively adapting our design and front-end processes to tackle the unique challenges it raises. We are no longer designing full page comps in [insert design app of choice] to cover every context/screen-size, and have instead been experimenting with ways to combine design and development into a more iterative and optimised workflow.

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Test-Driven Node.js Development with Grunt - Mark Dalgleish

One of the great things about working in a Node.js environment is that it encourages you to break your work down into discrete modules. Separating …

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How to keep up to date on Front-End Technologies - The Recipe

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How to keep up to date on Front-End Technologies - The Recipe

 

The web is a rapidly evolving universe. An important part of our job as front-end developers is keeping up to date and staying close to new tools, trends and workflows.

Hundreds of blog posts and articles are published every day, but there is no way you can read all of them. We think you should have a strategy to keep up to date, so we have created this recipe.

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Introduction to Map and Reduce in Javascript | 49buzz

Some Javascript coding friends didn't understand just how wonderful reduce is. This post is for them. :)

 

Recently I held a short lecture on the use of functions in Javascript, and how it’s possible to use functionality like map, reduce, filter and Javascript’s amazing variable context. I prefer to useunderscore.js so that I can use the wonderful functionality even on old browsers.

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Express.js 4, Node.js and MongoDB REST API Tutorial

Express.js 4, Node.js and MongoDB REST API Tutorial | kernicPanel | Scoop.it

ere’s a brand new, revisited tutorial for Express.js 4, Node.js and MongoDB (Mongoskin) free-JSON RESTful API server.

Contents:

Node.js and MongoDB REST API OverviewREST API Tests with Mocha and SuperagentNPM-ing Node.js Server DependenciesExpress.js 4.x Middleware CaveatExpress.js and MongoDB (Mongoskin) ImplementationRunning The Express.js 4 App and Testing MongoDB Data with MochaConclusion and Further Express.js and Node.js Reading 

This Node.js, Express.js and MongoDB (Mongoskin) tutorial will walk you through writing the test using the Mocha and Super Agent libraries. This is needed for a test-driven development building of a Node.js free JSON REST API server.

The server application itself will utilize Express.js 4.x framework and Mongoskin library for MongoDB. In this REST API server, we’ll perform create, read, update and delete (CRUD) operations and harness Express.js middleware concept with app.param() and app.use() methods.


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Asynchronous Events with PHP and Symfony2

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Symfony2 is a great framework. I use it at OpenSky daily and have contributed a little bit of code to it related to the Doctrine integration.
Symfony2 EventDispatcher One of the core components is the...

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Haraka SMTP Email Server

Haraka is a flexible mail server using Node.js


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Le cycle de vie en V n'existe pas - Scrum, Agilité et Rock'n roll

Le cycle de vie en V n'existe pas - Scrum, Agilité et Rock'n roll | kernicPanel | Scoop.it

J'entends parfois : les méthodes agiles c'est bien mais chez nous on utilise encore le cycle de vie en V alors...

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Ember Data and MongoDB – David Bushell – Web Design & Front-end Development

Using Ember has been a great learning exercise. After plenty of head scratching and many hours digging around in the source I’m now feeling comfortable with the core concepts.

If you’re using MongoDB behind your API here’s a few things I’ve learnt.

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Tutorial: JSON REST API server with Node.js and MongoDB using Mongoskin and Express.js | webapplog

Tutorial: building a JSON REST API server with Node.js and MongoDB using Mongoskin and Express.js utilizing Mocha and Super Agent for BDD/TDD.
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Working with CSS Preprocessors - Chrome DevTools — Google Developers

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tmate • Instant terminal sharing

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Exploit Exercises

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exploit-exercises.com provides a variety of virtual machines, documentation and challenges that can be used to learn about a variety of computer security issues such as privilege escalation, vulnerability analysis, exploit development, debugging, reverse engineering, and general cyber security issues.

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Filtering a set of objects for display in Ember.js

A pretty standard use case in web development in to display a list of objects filtered by some kind of criteria. This is really easy to do in Ember.js using the filterProperty function from the Emb...

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On undoing, fixing, or removing commits in git

A git choose-your-own-adventure!ⓡ

 

This document is an attempt to be a fairly comprehensive guide to recovering from what you did not mean to do when using git. It isn't that git is so complicated that you need a large document to take care or your particular problem, it is more that the set of things that you might have done is so large that different techniques are needed depending on exactly what you have done and what you want to have happen.

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Writing Testable JavaScript

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As our JavaScript takes on more and more responsibilities, we need a reliable codebase—one that is thoroughly tested.
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