Uses https://github.com/lepture/editor - "a markdown editor you really want".
I am using this editor on my blog and prefer it over EpicEditor. It's much handy to write posts with realtime basic highlight of Markdown syntax.
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Frankly, I was using EpicEditor for the last 4 months in my blog, but now I will switch to http://lab.lepture.com/editor/ as I find it more handy. And publish EpicEditor extension just not to loose it at all. Feel free to enhance and fork it!
you can see on http://epiceditor.com
> This method is similar to
renderPartial() except that it will inject into the rendering result with JS/CSS scripts and files which are registered with the view. For this reason, you should use this method instead of
renderPartial() to render a view to respond to an AJAX request
"DB attributes" or "virtual properties" discussion. In the end there will not be any kind of that > You are currently able to add public properties which are not stored in db but you can validate them. This is done in advanced app with password field. Attributes are fields that are stored in db, public properties are not, but both can be validated.
Markdown extension from @cebe is now added as official one. I must say that's awesome work, and already really looks like introduced : > All existing implementations are either slow or not extensible so I decided to combine these two factors in a new implementation.
$model = DynamicModel::validateData(compact('name', 'email'), [ [['name', 'email'], 'string', 'max' => 128]], ['email', 'email'], ]);
Animista - is a place where you can play with a collection of ready to use CSS animations, tweak them and download only those you will actually use.
Cachex - a powerful caching library for Elixir with support for transactions, fallbacks and expirations
retext is an ecosystem of plug-ins for processing natural language.
Staticman - handles user-generated content for you and transforms it into data files that sit in your GitHub repository, along with the rest of your content.
Best Practices for Building a Microservice Architecture. Looks like a wide set of questions covered.