A few words on sailsjs awesome nodejs framework

Sailsjs make it easy to build custom, enterprise-grade Node.js apps.

So, recently I watch this video. And I think it is really worth to try, really awesome do everything that simple, like create a REST API, it use ORM. And since my quote is, lazier is better, I think this framework suites me, I think I will use this framework in my next project, create a GIS based system. I think I will use leafletjs, since it use openstreetmap. I’m still working on it, I will share when it’s done.

Here is the awesome video :

[ID] Deploy Django pada VPS / Server dengan port custom

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Saya sudah mencari di google tentang deploy Aplikasi Django menggunakan port custom, tapi kebanyakan yang saya temukan itu hanya sebuah saran, bukan tutorial. Saya menjadi sangat bingung sekali, apa yang ada di dalam pikiran saya “Bagaimana deploy django pada vps dengan port custom“, ya Saya punya sebuah akses ke PVS dengan sebuah ip publik, tapi tidak mempunyai DNS server, juga domain. Apa yang Saya inginkan adalah mengakses VPS tersebut, seperti publicip:port contoh: 10.234.78.253:8090
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Building a Single Page Application with AngularJS and Neo4J – Setup

a thousand lines of code

This is a cross-post from the digitalian

Setting up the environment

In this section I will list all the steps that I had to go through to get my Mac ready for coding with the stack I picked. Hopefully this will be a useful timesaver for anyone who decided to do the same. If you found this page first, you won’t have to do any research. Just follow my footsteps and within minutes (not including the hefty download of Apple’s Xcode) you will be up and running, ready for action 🙂

Setting up Localhost

I still use OS X 10.7 (Lion), therefore this might not be applicable to your environment if you are using a newer version of OS X. First, I deleted the ~/Sites folder inside my personal folder, then I created a linked folder with the same name pointing to the /Library/WebServer/Documents folder using the following command from…

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