Dev

  • How would you like to be able to run one command and have your entire development stack up and running? ./infra up And this starts my database service, runs the server, compiles the client modules, and then watches any files for changes and restarts the server if needed, reloads the page...

    Tagged: Docker | node.js
  • I've written an implementation of the Minecraft protocol in Nodejs. It resembles the node-minecraft-protocol project, but it supports defining plugin channel protocols as well, so it supports modded clients / servers. I intend to use it as a proxy, to be able to switch servers in real time and maybe...

    Tagged: minecraft | node.js
  • I've previously started playing with D3.js, and I really enjoyed it's power and it's core idea of how it maintains the state and updates (which reminds me of React) I've rendered a Minecraft world to tiles using Mapcrafter and then feed them to the d3.geo.tile plugin. ...

    Tagged: d3.js | node.js | minecraft
  • Here I'm trying to build a quick monitoring app to collect, aggregate, store, and display data: So far I've fleshed out the UI with some random fake data. I've already been able to collect Java profiling data over JMX from node.js, so the rest shouldn't be much of a problem....

    Tagged: node.js | d3.js
  • For the past year or so, Google Analytics has been showing complete garbage for my site, and if you're here, it's probably been happening to you too. On a website with no real traffic the spam is obvious. What's probably going on is that some wise guys decided it would be a...

  • After trying out static website generators, like Jekyll and Octopress, I have started to appreciate the simplicity of deploying a bunch of files and be done with it. With the GitHub Pages, the whole process becomes even more attractive, as even the hosting is free, and very simple, just one...