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Setup dependency injection with Node.js / Typescript

In this tutorial I will show how what is dependency injection, why you should care about and how you can implement it easily with TypeORM and inversify.

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Google OAuth with cURL

This post purpose is to show you how (and help me to remember) how to use Google OAuth without library. So I made theses steps :

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Change domain name without kill SEO

Recently I changed my website domain name from rousseau-alexandre.fr to rsseau.fr. This move was a little tricky because this may hurt your SEO if you miss something. So I think it may be a good idea to keep a document of what I did and share it. Maybe it can help you?

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Organization of the Daily Stand Up with Markdown

Stand-ups are meetings recommended by the SCRUM methodology. In these small meetings of fifteen minutes maximum, everyone takes the floor to say quickly what they worked on the previous day, the work planned for the same day and the blocking points (if any).

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Hack protected WPA/WPA2 Wi-fi

I decided to hack my my new router just to try and have a fun. Spoiler : it was really easy.

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Deploy a fullstack application on Google Cloud Plateform with Gitlab CI

I deployed a Fullstack application (i.e. Frontend / Backend) on Google Cloud Platform with Kubernetes. And since developers are lazy, I automated everything with Gitlab CI.

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Feedback about writing a technical book

Early this year I was contacted by Developpez.com to find people to write articles. So I answered to participate on the subject of the Ruby on Rails framework.

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Building an API with TypeScript, Express.js and Sequelize

The purpose of this article is to discover an implementation of anAPIRESTfull usingTypeScript.

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Connecting a Rails application with Stripe

For my iSignif project I wanted to implement restricted access functionality for premium account. The ultimate goal is for the user to subscribe to a premium account in order to access certain pages.

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Create a gem to zip Rails ActiveStorages

Recently for my iSignif.fr project I wanted to implement a feature that allows me to download an archive .zip of several files. Nothing very complicated except that I use ActiveStorage. Active Storage is part of new features of Rails 5.2 (released in January 2018) which allows you to attach a file to a template using various storage services such as Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage or Microsoft Azure Storage.

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