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Learning Grunt - grunt-contrib-connect

Application code is now up in github – https://github.com/chachinsky/learn-grunt

This post will about Grunt-contrib-connect. This allows you to create a web-server to view the application.   739 more words


Setting up Homebrew, Node, Bower, Grunt & more

We use a variety of Homebrew, Node, NPM, Bower, Grunt and Compass in the majority of our web-apps to aid us with managing our packages and dependencies. 822 more words


JDSU’s Network Instruments Named a Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Second Consecutive Year

Ranking Based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute in Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics Market

MILPITAS, Calif., Feb. 23, 2015 – Network Instruments® 422 more words

Telnet Networks

Installing npm and NodeJs on Ubuntu

First of all let’s remove the npm and nodejs that comes by default with the OS
sudo apt-get purge nodejs npm
sudo apt-get update

Once you are done, install the dependency softwares by : 66 more words


npm https proxy setting does not work

work behind a proxy server, having trouble to download via npm

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npm https proxy setting does not work

Learning Blog - Grunt

Learning grunt at the moment!

Start of application…

Prerequisites.. we need node and npm installed.  You can go here for that..

Make a directory…

> mkdir demo… 539 more words


json-server is not recognized as an internal or external command

if you want to run npm json-server on a windows the command json-server might not exists.

You can start the server (requires nodejs and json-server installed) in the command prompt with: 63 more words