restify/node-restify: node.js REST framework specifically meant for web service APIs

node.js REST framework specifically meant for web service APIs

Source: restify/node-restify: node.js REST framework specifically meant for web service APIs

Sequelize | The Node.js / io.js ORM for PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite and MSSQL

Sequelize

Source: Sequelize | The Node.js / io.js ORM for PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite and MSSQL

Domain-Driven Design with Clojure

Amit Rathore shares advice in building large scale applications in Clojure, making sure the code is readable and maintainable.

Source: Domain-Driven Design with Clojure

Clojure for OOP Folks: How to Design Clojure Programs // Speaker Deck

Reading this, with interest.

MailCatcher

Source: MailCatcher

MailCatcher is a ruby gem for easy test of emails. You don’t have to hit your inbox.

Flywheel | How to customize your Genesis Child Theme

When you’re developing a child theme, you might want to personalize it with enhancements. Here’s a few simple customizations for your Genesis Child Theme.

Source: Flywheel | How to customize your Genesis Child Theme

The Genesis Framework empowers you to quickly and easily build incredible websites with WordPress.

This post explains how to get started adding specific widgets for custom pages.

TinEye Labs

TinEye is a reverse image search engine built by Idée. Give it an image and it will tell you where the image appears on the web.

Source: TinEye Labs

Monit configuration for rails, sidekiq, mysqld and redis – Richfisher.Me

Monit Configuration for Rails, Sidekiq, Mysqld and Redis

Source: Monit configuration for rails, sidekiq, mysqld and redis – Richfisher.Me

Google, your IPv6-related email restrictions suck – Tanguy Ortolo

Google refuses email from IPv6 addresses without reverse name. This restriction sucks, but can be worked around by switching to IPv4 only for Google

Source: Google, your IPv6-related email restrictions suck – Tanguy Ortolo

I was stuck trying to send emails from root to gmail. I issued a dpkg-reconfigure postfix, selected “IPv4 only” and this fixed my problem.

I’m still not sure what the real problem was with IPv6. Our domain was hosted on DNSimple and I thought they would take care of the IPv6 reverse DNS stuff. But maybe not.

To be investigated.

Install nvm with Homebrew to use multiple versions of node and iojs easily | Topheman JS

Source: Install nvm with Homebrew to use multiple versions of node and iojs easily | Topheman JS