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Month: February 2020

CH Show HN: Zé Faker – a CLI for generating Excel data

zefaker is a command-line tool that allows you to generate Excel files using a simple Groovy DSL and java-faker Why would I use this? Well, if you ever need to generate an Excel file with (random*) data for whatever reason you can use zefaker to automate the process while leveraging the power of Groovy! We…

CH Show HN: Pomodoro Calendar: custom printable planners for Pomodoro technique

Settings Header e.g. current month, project name or some duty Number of pomodoros: {{ pomodoroNumber }} Use Premium Features Add numbers inside pomodoros Choose background image image will be center cropped and scaled to fit Background opacity: {{ backgroundOpacity }}%

CH Show HN: ENVy, a Development Environment Manager

For Developers Working on projects that use ENVy to manage dependecies couldn’t be easier. Just type envy up and you’re ready to start contributing. ENVy takes care of the hard part of configuring your system with everything you need to start writing code. Following long setup guides and worrying about dependency conflicts is a thing…

CH Show HN: Derek – reduce fatigue by automating GitHub

Derek reduces fatigue for maintainers by automating governance and delegating permissions to your team and community. Follow @derekapp on Twitter. User guide / documentation From the team that brought you OpenFaaS – Serverless Functions Made Simple. Core features All features are modular and can be enabled/disabled as required: Generate changelogs for releases with PRs merged…

CH Show HN: Vuepack – fast and simple Snowpack/Vue project toolchain

Minimalistic JavaScript Vue project tooling: Composed of existing build tools (no NIHS) ECMAScript Modules without bundling overhead (Snowpack) Runs 1-1 in Node.js (13+) Optimized browser builds (Rollup) Out-of-the-box debugging in VSCode SCSS sourcemaps & glob importing Eslint (Vue/JS) Stylelint (SCSS) Devserver with history mode routing Customizable build script Plain and simple Vue template compiler Simplified…

CH Show HN: Anomaly Detection in Ruby

MIDAS – edge stream anomaly detection – for Ruby Installation Add these lines to your application’s Gemfile: gem ‘midas-edge’ gem ‘rice’, github: ‘jasonroelofs/rice’ # for now for c++17 Getting Started Prep your data in the format [source, destination, time] (all integers) and sorted by time (ascending) data = [ [2, 3, 1], [3, 4, 2],…

CH Show HN: An ElasticSearch Powered React DataGrid Template

Are you looking for a reusable boilerplate for your next ▦ data grid project? You’ve come to the right place. We have created a React based data grid template that is powered by an ElasticSearch backend. It is searchable, filterable and can render thousands of rows on the frontend thanks to react-virtualized.We hear you! While…

CH Show HN: Browser extension that hides advertised results from Google search

A extension that removes advertised result from google search so you can view organic result at the top.About this extensionGoogle Search Ad Remover as the name speaks is an extension that removes ads from google search result. Hence using the extension you will be able to see organic search result at the top.Rate your experienceReport…

CH Show HN: Nots.io – a developer-centric look at how to document your code

Hi HN,I’m Alex of Nots.io (https://nots.io) Nots is a SaaS for engineering teams aimed to help keep project docs up-to-date by linking them to the source code.The problem: During my career, I saw so many times, how the company’s docs and internal knowledge pile up in some knowledge base, wiki, google docs or simply in…

CH Show HN: MakePip – Automatically Publish Python to PyPi

Automatically Publish your Python applications to the Python Package Index (PyPI) for use through Pip. If you have ever needed to publish your python scripts to Pypi, you will know of all the work required to do so. Makepip takes all the effort away by providing a command-line tool to automatically do all the heavy…

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