most likely. some of them do have some nice features though.
He doesn't go into much detail about what makes the stack so scalable. Basically just seems to say that he used Node, and imagine how hard it would be with PHP.
The last one is a pretty terrible idea. You shouldn't really be interfering with the functionality of people's browsers.
Congrats. I read it every day.
I have a vague recollection that they already do this? I seem to recall someone telling me if you commit AWS credentials to github it gives you a warning...
what's with not having a legend on the charts? makes them fairly useless.
The auto-mocking in Jest is quite good, but it's a hell of a lot slower than running vanilla Jasmine.
I'd gotten quite used to having Grunt run a Jasmine suite on every save, which would give me the green/red in about half a second, but with Jest it's at least 8 seconds for a suite.
cool idea. i'm kind of surprised with the lack of things i've seen done with localStorage, given how much potential it has to be a really useful API.
Should probably mention it's ES5 only and will cause problems in IE8. Sigh.