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A fantastic read on the "design forces and use of the Asynchronous Module Definition" by the RequireJS team.
A friendly reminder:
You can view the complete source code, minus the included username/password files, on my github profile at https://github.com/rcatlin/ryancatlin-info
It's about time I souped-up my terminal window.
I spent all of 5 minutes following Jilles Soeters' Badassify your terminal and shell
The only unmentioned issue I encountered was having
chsh tell me
zsh was a "non-standard shell". I fixed the issue by adding the shell's path to
/etc/shells in step 4.
Here's the TL;DR
A number of themes recommend installing Solarized. I highly recommend it as the colors are indicative and easy to read. Don't forget to import the *.itermcolors files from within iTerm via Preferences >> Profiles >> Colors >> Import...
Just completed integrating the Summernote (@github HackerWins/summernote) WYSIWYG plugin for the creation of blog post content. Summernote is a "Super Simple WYSIWYG Editor on Bootstrap". It was a breeze to setup using bower and grunt.
The only alterations were integrating the editor with the form submission. More details to follow later.
You can view my source code commit for Summernote WYSIWYG here:
Summernote wysiwg editor for form content