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Camille Reynders
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Debugging Node apps in Docker containers through WebStorm

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When <events> then <execute>

This is especially useful in situations where you have a lot of parallel async processes going on and you want to respond to the collective completion of these processes. For instance: complex loading and bootstrapping sequences or bespoke view transitions.

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When <events> then <execute>

This is especially useful in situations where you have a lot of parallel async processes going on and you want to respond to the collective completion of these processes. For instance: complex loading and bootstrapping sequences or bespoke view transitions.

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restful-keystone: Automatic RESTful API enabler for #KeystoneJS 

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For when a version number alone is not enough: Grunt plugin for maintaining a build number in package.json (or another file)

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Konfy: configuration of node and webapps made easy

I wrote a small utility module Konfy, which allows you to configure your node and/or (browserified) webapps easily. It was aimed to fulfil following requirements: API symmetry in both node and the browser. Extremely easy setup. Allows the use of ENV…

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Konfy: configuration of node and webapps made easy

I wrote a small utility module Konfy, which allows you to configure your node and/or (browserified) webapps easily. It was aimed to fulfil following requirements: API symmetry in both node and the browser. Extremely easy setup. Allows the use of ENV…

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Auto-loading test fixtures in node: Something which comes back time and again is the loading of test fixtures for my unit tests. This may involve a lot of boilerplate in my test files; a bunch of requires or fs.readFiles. There is however a very easy fix by using the splendid require-directory module.

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Auto-generate your split grunt configuration files as json, js modules, coffeescript or yaml.

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Let us know what you think is the best way to handle large grunt files:

I love Grunt. Each project I’ve done last year I’ve used it to automate linting, building, testing, etc. There’s just one thing which keeps on bothering me: once a project grows, so does the grunt file. I just keep on finding new grunt plugins and adding…
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