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If you are like me, you just started writing Authotkey scripts without ever really taking the time to learn the language properly. This blog post contains some scripts and tools to help you try make some sense of what is going on.
avajs/ava : 🚀 Testing can be a drag. AVA helps you get it done.
A concurrent test runner from the Andromeda galaxy. If I was to stray from Jasmine then it could only be for a project Sindre Sorhus is working on :) The screenshots on the project site promised extensive assertion failure output with clean stack traces and built-in Promise, async/await, Observable and React component support. So I tried it out and yup, AVA delivered.
# Install npm init ava # Run tests npx ava --watch --verbose
using System.Text.RegularExpressions; bool mach = Regex.IsMatch("input", @"\w+", RegexOptions.None); Match match = Regex.Match("input", @"\w+"); IReadOnlyList<Match> matches = Regex.Matches("input", @"\w+"); string result = Regex.Replace("input", @"(\w+)", "$1");
100k+ ⭐: So many people can’t be wrong
- Declarative rendering with a cool, terse syntax
- Low learning curve
- Reactive and composable view components
- Optional official
@vue/cli: Scaffold project with optional support for TypeScript, PWA, CSS Pre-processors, Linters, Tests, …
- Automatic dependency tracking
- Virtual DOM
- Supports IE9+
Dates are interpreted as local time. Unless instantiated with
const now = moment(); // current local time const a = moment('2016-01-05'); const b = a.clone().add(1, 'week'); b.format('YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss');
Last update on Jan 16, 2020
Published to the PowerShell Gallery
Last update on Dec 30, 2019
PS scripts to remap remote urls & create a PR
Last update on Jan 18, 2019
await/async is pretty standard now. Added expectAsync examples.
Last update on Jan 17, 2019
Added reporter plugins
Last update on Sep 4, 2018
Updated locations for PowerShell Core
Last update on Aug 30, 2018
Hijacking Windows + E