Jasmine doesn’t provide any way to access environment variables. To setup them, I used the templating feature of grunt-contrib-jasmine, that allows you to build the
SpecRunner.html used by Jasmine. By default, the template is parsed as underscore templates. You can pass options to your template using the
templateOptions option of your
Gruntfile.js jasmine tasks: they will be available via the
I recently switched to Jekyll and was wondering how I could easily jump to old posts without displaying the famous “Last posts” menu.
A few days ago, I’ve discovered glyphsearch.com reading HN: totally awesome! I can’t count the number of times I opened my browser on fontawesome.io or getbootstrap.com to find an icon. That’s just what all developers need :)
I took the liberty of forking the project to plug Algolia’s Search API and provide a better search experience: https://github.com/thomaspark/glyphsearch/pull/1.
New features includes:
- matching fields priority (matching on the name is better than matching on the tags)
I hope you’ll like it !
On September 15th, after 5 years at Exalead managing a team of 20+ developers in charge of core technologies; I joined Algolia. Algolia has been founded 1 year ago by Nicolas Dessaigne and Julien Lemoine, two past colleagues from Exalead. Algolia provides a fully hosted full-text, numerical and faceted search service through a REST API.
As all newly-founded startups, lots of things - technical or not - to do; lots of challenges to face; lots of ideas to prioritize; lots of code to write and redo.
I’m really proud to be the first employee of Algolia and hope my 5-years experience on search technologies will contribute to Algolia’s success story.
Long live Algolia!
PS: I’ll try to use this new start to keep a sustained blogging tempo.