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Duplicati works with standard protocols like FTP, SSH, WebDAV as well as popular services like Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon Cloud Drive & S3, Google Drive,, Mega, hubiC and many others.

Backup files and folders with strong AES-256 encryption. Save space with incremental backups and data deduplication. Run backups on any machine through the web-based interface or via command line interface. Duplicati has a built-in scheduler and auto-updater.

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I’ve been feeling like I was behind the curve with ES6, so I was happy to see @rauschma’s “Exploring ES6” on Leanpub. I loved his prior book, “Speaking JavaScript”, so I had high hopes for this one and it hasn’t dissapointed me.

After skimming a few sections, I decided to dive in head first and do some live learning for my WatchMeCode screencasts, recording myself as I tried out ES6 features. It’s been great! I’ve picked up a lot of new features and syntax from reading the book, and I’m having a blast learning in front of an audience. :)

If you’re looking to learn the next version of JavaScript and all its new syntax and features, there are two things that you must have: Babel, the compiler for next gen JavaScript features, and Dr. Axel Rauschmayer’s “Exploring ES6” book! This pair is a perfect match.

Derick Bailey
Creator of Marionette.js, and Entrepreneur, WatchMeCode

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node-rpio:: This is a high performance node.js addon which provides access to the Raspberry Pi GPIO interface, supporting regular GPIO as well as i²c, PWM, and SPI.

Node.js version NPM version Build Status

Raspberry Pi Models: A, B (revisions 1.0 and 2.0), A+, B+, 2, 3, Zero.
Node.js Versions: 0.8, 0.10, 0.12, 4.x, 5.x, 6.x, 7.x

Newer versions of node.js require you to install the GCC 4.8 packages for C++11 support. If you see compilation problems related to C++11, this is the likely cause.

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Tabletop.js takes a Google Spreadsheet and makes it easily accessible through JavaScript. With zero dependencies! If you've ever wanted to get JSON from a Google Spreadsheet without jumping through a thousand hoops, welcome home.

Tabletop.js easily integrates Google Spreadsheets with templating systems and anything else that is hip and cool. It will also help you make new friends and play jazz piano.

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Sheetsee.js is a client-side library for connecting Google Spreadsheets to a website and visualizing the information in tables and maps.


Google Spreadsheets can be used as simple and collaborative databases, they make getting a data driven site going much easier than traditional databases. Read more about using spreadsheets for databases.

Each of Sheetsee's functions are divided into modules. Use just the parts you need; see docs on building. If you don't want to build your own, you can just use the full library which includes all modules, it's here on GitHub.

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the demo may need some spin up time if nobody has accessed it for a certain period.

Server Side Rendering
Vue + vue-router + vuex working together
Server-side data pre-fetching
Client-side state & DOM hydration
Automatically inlines CSS used by rendered components only
Single-file Vue Components
Hot-reload in development
CSS extraction for production
Real-time List Updates with FLIP Animation

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tl;dr — The Gallery of Concept Visualization features projects which use pictures to communicate complex and difficult ideas, the same way data visualizations use pictures to make sense of data.

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The open source framework for developing database-driven websites, applications and APIs in Node.js. Built on Express and MongoDB.

Get a head-start on the features you need

KeystoneJS is the easiest way to build database-driven websites, applications and APIs in Node.js.

What you build is up to you.

There are a lot of frameworks that make decisions for you, and many that take decisions away. Keystone doesn't do that. Use the features that suit you, and replace the ones that don't.

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Appcanary makes sure you never run vulnerable software on your servers. Some physicists 28 years ago needed a way to easily share experimental data and thus the web was born. This was generally considered to be a good move. Unfortunately, everything physicists touch — from trigonometry to the strong nuclear force — eventually becomes weaponized and so too has the Hypertext Transfer Protocol.

What can be attacked must be defended, and since tradition requires all security features to be a bolted-on afterthought, things… got a little complicated.

This article explains what secure headers are and how to implement these headers in Rails, Django, Express.js, Go, Nginx, Apache and Varnish.

Please note that some headers may be best configured in on your HTTP servers, while others should be set on the application layer. Use your own discretion here. You can test how well you’re doing with Mozilla’s Observatory.

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Fundamentals made clear
While some of this stuff can feel intimidating at first, none of it is rocket science. Our guides will take you through the basics in plain English. We'll be publishing new guides on a regular basis. Sign up for our mailing list to stay up-to-date.

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