When we're in the development process, we spend a lot of our time "debugging" the code and trying to figure out why it doesn't…
Node's PPA is being updated and maintained on its official website. We can add this PPA to our Debian system and Ubuntu 19.10, 18.04 LTS, 16.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) and 14.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) and install Node using the native package manager.
As the name already delivers, the history command lists all your terminal's command history (the same history can be found in the .bash_history file in your home folder).
Creating your own lines of code can be done without any specific tools. Theoretically all you need is a simple text editor, but that probably won't be very productive… I've separated some of the best open source options available on the market, I haven't listed any paid or platform-specific programs.
A single node_modules folder can weigh between 200mb and 1gb! Multiply that by the amount of projects you have on your computer and we have a real storage problem.
This article was inspired by my own frustration with optimizing my NodeJS setup with Typescript and Docker. At the end of this tutorial you will have a NodeJS development environment with Typescript, ts-node-dev, Docker, ESlint with Airbnb Style Guide and Prettier.
Unexpected behaviors on a Linux server or desktop can be the result of some Malware infection and need to be investigated as soon as possible.
Do you want to find out how much free space is on your disk? If you are used to operating systems with a graphical user interface, such as windows, this task is probably very simple. But what if you only come across a simple terminal?
Looking for examples of REST documentation online? I separated 5 APIs documentation that recently helped me as inspiration.