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Teamocil

Teamocil is a simple tool used to automatically create sessions, windows and panes in tmux with YAML files.

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Authentication: Don't be Clever

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HTTP API authentication has evolved through many forms over the years. As so-called RESTful APIs gained popularity, a variety of methods sprung up: key passing, plain-old HTTP Basic Auth, OAuth 1.0...

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Flow-Based Programming User Interface | Architects Zone

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As readers of this blog already know, I've been working on the NoFlo flow-based programming environment for JavaScript. Lately the development effort has...


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D3.js Tutorials, Screencasts and a Newsletter | DashingD3js.com

D3.js Tutorials, Screencasts and a Newsletter | DashingD3js.com | kernicPanel | Scoop.it
Welcome to DashingD3js.com - a website full of D3.js Tutorials, D3.js Screencasts and a D3.js Newsletter.
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Websockets load-balancing with HAProxy

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HTTP protocol is connection-less and only the client can request information from a server. In any case, a server can contact a client… HTTP is purely half-duplex. Furthermore, a server can answer only one time to a client request.

Some websites or web applications require the server to update client from time to time. There were a few ways to do so:
- the client request the server at a regular interval to check if there is a new information available
- the client send a request to the server and the server answers as soon as he has an information to provide to the client (also known as long time polling)

But those methods have many drawbacks due to HTTP limitation.
So a new protocol has been designed: websockets, which allows a 2 ways communication (full duplex) between a client and a server, over a single TCP connection. Furthermore, websockets re-use the HTTP connection it was initialized on, which means it uses the standard TCP port.
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9 uses for cURL worth knowing | httpkit | Tools for hacking on HTTP

Working with HTTP from the command-line is a valuable skill for HTTP architects and API designers to have. The cURL library and curl command give you the ability to design a Request, put it on the pipe, and explore the Response. The downside to the power of curlis how much breadth its options cover. Running curl --help spits out 150 different flags and options. This article demonstrates nine basic, real-world applications of curl.

In this tutorial we’ll use the httpkit echo service as our end point. The echo server’s Response is a JSON representation of the HTTP request it receives.

 
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Merrick Christensen - Grunt.js Workflow

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Completely refactor your workflow with Grunt.js. A task-based command line tool written in JavaScript.
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Mosh: the mobile shell

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Mobile shell that supports roaming and intelligent local echo. Like SSH secure shell, but allows mobility and more responsive and robust.

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Node.js Knockout - Useful Node.js resources

Here are some useful tutorials and services that we recommend for the competition.


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Jason Tintelnot's curator insight, December 14, 2012 8:36 AM

Here is an article that list tutorials on node.js.

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semver your services with seaport :: The Universe of Discord

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Pushing out incremental changes to a service-oriented cluster can be tricky, especially when changes span multiple services. Introducing seaport, a service registry written in node.js based on semvers.

With seaport, services are brought up with a name@version string and other processes can connect to services that match a name@semver pattern.

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Speeding up Mongoose queries by requesting only the fields you need

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I’m currently building a startup (ampcloud) with Node.js, MongoDB, Mongoose, and a handful of other tools. After spending quite a few years in the Django world, it’s been fun doing a mental context switch into the land of JavaScript, callbacks, and closures. Occasionally I’ve run into some gotchas, and this particular one is a great example.

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Node.js HTTPS – SSL Certificate

Need to use HTTPS for a project? Or just wondering how easy or tough it is to implement HTTPS in Node.js? In this post I'll show you how to set up an HTTPS Node.js server on your local system.

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SIM.JS - Discrete Event Simulation in JavaScript - CodeProject

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A general-purpose Discrete Event Simulation library written entirely in JavaScript; Author: gadha1098; Updated: 28 Mar 2013; Section: Client side scripting; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 28 Mar 2013...


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Ember without Ember Data - Evil Trout's Blog

Ember Data is a peristence layer for Ember.Js. Unlike Ember, which currently has a candidate for a 1.0 release, Ember Data is still very much a work in progress. This has been a source of confusion for people who are learning Ember, as the two frameworks are complimentary but currently exist in different realms of stability.

 

Ember Data has ambitious goals, and it has come a long way in the last year. If you’re the kind of programmer who loves working on upcoming stuff, you might find it exhilarating. On the other hand, it is completely understandable if you’d want to avoid it. Deprecations and changing APIs can be frustrating and time consuming.

 

One thing that is not always clear to people starting with Ember is that Ember works perfectly well without Ember Data! Trust me on this: Discourse doesn’t use Ember Data for peristence and it’s working quite well. Moreover, using AJAX with Ember is something that is not difficult to do.

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The Pragmatic Bookshelf | PragPub February 2013 | Estimation is Evil

The Pragmatic Bookshelf | PragPub February 2013 | Estimation is Evil | kernicPanel | Scoop.it

What you don’t know can hurt you, especially when you convince yourself that you do know it.

 

Many Agile teams—I believe it’s most Agile teams—get some improvement from applying Agile values, principles, and practices.

These teams do a better job of predicting when they’ll be done, and a better job of being done at the time they predict. They break requirements down into a backlog, they estimate how long items will take, and they burn through that backlog pretty well. Usually by the predicted end of the project, they’re closer to done than they used to be before they went Agile.

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How To Analyze Twitter Data From Node.js Applications in 15 Minutes | Architects Zone

How To Analyze Twitter Data From Node.js Applications in 15 Minutes | Architects Zone | kernicPanel | Scoop.it
Node.js is a popular server-side implementation of JavaScript. Its lightweight, event-based concurrency model lends itself naturally to building a real-time...
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Chrome Devtools Cheatsheet

Google Chrome Devtools Cheatsheet that is for helping web developers fully utilize one of the most valuable tools there is for developing the front-end of a website or app.
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Interactive Data Visualization for the Web - OFPS - O'Reilly Media

Interactive Data Visualization for the Web - OFPS - O'Reilly Media | kernicPanel | Scoop.it
Get free access to the in-progress manuscript of Interactive Data Visualization for the Web via the Open Feedback Publishing System (OFPS). Interact with the authors and community and provide your feedback in real-time.
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Powerful Command Line Tools For Developers | Smashing Coding

Powerful Command Line Tools For Developers | Smashing Coding | kernicPanel | Scoop.it

This article covers six particularly powerful and versatile command line tools which can help make life as a web developer a little bit easier.


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JSON Editor Online - view, edit and format JSON online

JSON Editor Online is a web-based tool to view, edit, and format JSON. It shows your data side by side in a clear, editable treeview and in formatted plain text.
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