Git recover deleted branch

Every day we use git and sometimes we make mistakes like deleting a branch by a single click in Sourcetree or command line instruction. If you do this, please do not panic ;)

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ES7 decorators

Mixins are dead (or should be) and we could say that ES7 decorators (experimental) will provide a new way of changing object behaviours at runtime, as they give a new opportunity to modify classes or properties. Current specification is a good start to play with decorators, but I ‘ll try to share a little bit more with you about it.

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Best of es6 taken from redux

Mozilla documentation is the best but here I share some of new es6 sugar syntaxes features you may know or not :) To my opinion it really gives a less verbose and intuitive code if we all embrace es6.

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Javascript how to clone objects

In an ideal world, to clone an object we should invoke a native method named clone() and go drink a coffee, but no, we can’t. In order to understand common manners to clone() an object in javascript, we will need to review some basics, a recap is always welcome, isn’t it ?

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Golang and simple reverse proxy

Few months ago, I coded on hackerrank by learning Go language. Tests there can be very tricky but you should take a look at them and practice sometimes. Today, I will show your a more concrete example with a reverse proxy implementation.

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ImmutableJS overview

Immutable library can be useful but documentation is quite tricky to understand. I have just played a little with this library and wanted to share with you some examples.

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NodeJS module system

Understand module component loading system is quite important in NodeJS, those who tried to play with it may know what I am talking about. How it works, what is the difference between export, module.exports.

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Hello world

Hi, my name is Julien, I live in Paris, France and code for a while with a passion for web technologies but also data, visualization…

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