It maybe seems that start playing with Twitter API can be hard to start, but actually it’s not. First of all, you need to get tokens, to start. And this process is very easy.
Almost nothing: almost finished generator-travis, waiting two pull-requests to be merged, good article about functional programming, laptop is still under repair.
get-tweets 2.0, generator-travis 1.0, some java coding, minor geo tags on index page on jsunderhood.ru, water on mars, tesla x, menubar with text, roadmap for jsunderhood, kinda roadmap for generator-travis
Atom One Light theme for iTerm2 look and feel
With this 5 minute intro I’ll show how to test your code with yayify example, which only add 'yay' to the end of the string. If you heard about testing and tdd, but still haven’t tried then this article is definitely for you.
I use npm scripts a lot to automate things. What I need to automate?
I’m reading Erlang book and there is a brilliant explanation why immutability matters.
package.json can have
scripts fields, which are basically an object similar to this one:
Get all tweets for target username.
In short: iojs is joining (new) Node, Elon Musk gives interview, video-selfies with flying lily, and all you need is PostCSS.
I really love iojs project and it’s impact on nodejs ecosystem. I love semver, frequent releases and open governance model. Also I didn’t love waiting for [email protected] for ages. I pretty sure if iojs will not happen, then [email protected] will not happen either.
I discovered that gmail is not very friendly by default. Gmail mark message as "read" only after 3 seconds, you cannot use it from keyboard and it have no preview for emails. But slow and abandoned gmail chat is turned on. Good try, gmail!
Imagine that you have open-source project, which site is hosting on github pages and you have "edit on github" button on this site. It’s great, because if you are lucky, you will get few pull-requests every week. On the other side you will need laptop every time, you want to deploy changes and, you know, it’s a bit annoying.
npm has a great command
npm init which allows you to create
in a second!
You should have ability to write it, readers — to read it. Content is a king. Spend time on writing, not on developing.