I used to reach for
supervisord to keep Node.js services running, but today I decided to try out
systemd. Here's how to do it (I was running on an Ubuntu EC2 instance on AWS):
array.map with an
async function you'll receive an array of pending promises back
await to run a method.
I recently needed to make sure that all of the values in an object were lower case. If I were dealing with an array I could have used
map like so:
nock to mock HTTP requests in node, you can call
nock.disableNetConnect() to make
nock throw an error any time a request is made that does not have a mock configured. This is useful, but …
Here’s a snippet that will allow you to find the values in the key
demo no matter where in an object it’s stored. It recursively searches, and includes objects embedded in lists
A quick one today as I constantly need to fetch more than 100 results from the GitHub API using Octokit and always end up digging in to an old project to copy out this code snippet.
I needed to mock a call to
require that was used to parse a JSON file and return the data. The
require was only called if a value wasn't provided as a parameter and it needed to load a default from …
In this post we're going to create a GitHub action that outputs an emoji when triggered by a release. It'll output 🎉 if a release is created, ☠️ if it's deleted and ⚠️ if it's any other action.
To work through this post, you'll need a Google access token.
I've been working on an Alexa skill that needed access to my Google Calendar account. The provided quick start is a little tough to follow, so I worked through it and created a minimal example that …
I finally picked up an Amazon Dash Button to see how they can be used. Here's how to interact with one via
Although it's not something that you'll commonly want to do, today I found myself wanting to flush HTTP headers immediately without sending any additional data with them. Internally, NodeJS won't …