.bashrc file was a mess, with way too much stuff inside one file, making it hard to manage. I decided to split it up and make it modular. To do this I keep my main
.bashrc file really simple. The only thing it does is loop through the
~/.bashrc.d/ folder and running everything inside it.
I was looking for some easy way to manage my dotfiles. Dotfiles are just configuration files most systems use today. They are stored in your home directory
$HOME, and are prefixed with a
. to make them hidden. An example of dotfiles:
I stumbled upon a great post on Hacker News about how to manage your dotfiles. I followed those steps and decided to write a bit about my process.
I wrote a small .NET Core open source console app to listen to Docker container events and pipe them out to various destinations. The main reason I created this was because I hadn’t found something that did this and allowed various destinations. Also I wanted to develop something in .NET Core.
Slack is only included for now. Would love some feedback. Pull requests are welcome!
I’ve been using Docker for a while now. The idea of running everything the same anywhere is like a dream come true and not having to worry about updating a package dependency on the server and breaking everything. For example the same server running multiple Python applications which require different versions. Ever since I moved from Digital Ocean to Scaleway I have begun to use Docker for almost everything I run on my Scaleway servers.
I have finally set this domain up on a secure connection (HTTPS). I used Let’s Encrypt service where you can get free SSL/TLS certificates. I followed this guide and it literally took 5 minutes along with setting up the cron job for auto renewal of certificates. I also set up my other domain fossari.is so now they’re both on HTTPS.
I have been using Angular for over 3 years. A few months ago Angular 1.5 came out and they introduced the
.component() method, which is basically the same as an element directive but with a much simpler API. Since then I’ve fallen more and more in love with Angular so I decided to write a small todo app utilizing the component architecture along with some cool things in the Angular world.
First of all I’m not much of a designer so I want to thank TodoMVC for the UI.
Anyway, the app consists of:
- Angular 1.5 because of components!
- UI-Router 1.0.0-beta.1 so I can route to components
- MobX for managing my state
- Webpack for module bundling
I’m not gonna talk much about these in depth, only high-level about what they are and why I chose them. This article will mainly be about how I decided to structure and implement the app.