These are chat archives for codefellows/sea-b15-javascript

25th
May 2014
Kyle Warbis
@UWarbs
May 25 2014 00:08
working at a very high wtf/minute rate
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 00:09
haha. what are you working on?
Kyle Warbis
@UWarbs
May 25 2014 00:10
Our project
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 00:10
i've been working on browserifying our group project. was at a high wtf rate too but finally figure out it
what on the project are you doing?
new google.maps.WTF({map: map, zoom: 20});
Kyle Warbis
@UWarbs
May 25 2014 00:13
using an api to add a cool feature to our map
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 00:14
sounds top secret
Kyle Warbis
@UWarbs
May 25 2014 00:15
skobbler realreach
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 00:15
are people coming in on monday?
Robert Talamantez
@Talamantez
May 25 2014 00:15
absolutely
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 00:16
9AM or just whenever?
Kyle Warbis
@UWarbs
May 25 2014 00:16
allday errryday
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 00:16
ping pong rematch
Robert Talamantez
@Talamantez
May 25 2014 00:16
yeah 9 am
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 00:16
no organized class though right?
Kyle Warbis
@UWarbs
May 25 2014 00:17
right
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 07:29
Anyone know a node.js hosting company that allows free SSL? Looks like Heroku charges 20 bucks a month for it.
Anna Luisa Patiño West
@aisapatino
May 25 2014 07:36
openshift supports node.js apps and provides free SSL if you use their supplied *.rhcloud.com domain
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 07:38
Nice, I was just reading their website. Thanks!
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 15:22
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@aisapatino Do you have experience with openshift at all or did you just know about it? I would love some pointers. Mainly they instructions are for how to start a new folder to push to their server, but I couldn't figure out how to start with an existing git repo on my computer and push that.
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 15:51
@ivanoats How do we query CFBot for its commands?
@cfbot-the-hubot help
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 16:00
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Anna Luisa Patiño West
@aisapatino
May 25 2014 16:54
@kevinmstephens Yeah I've used it before with an existing repo. On their site, if you select an application you've created, there's a "Source Code" label on the right which shows the url for the git repo they've initiated for your app. I believe all it has is a skeleton .openshift folder with subfolders action_hooks, cron, markers showing where openshift-specific configs could go. Each has a README explaining what it does. What I usually do is:
  1. Clone that repo to a new folder (git clone [url] [foldername])
  2. Copy the .openshift folder into your existing app repo (I'm not 100% sure this is necessary if you don't have any config in there yet, but I've always done it) and then delete that folder you just created with the clone
  3. git remote add openshift [url] on your local repo to add openshift as another remote (along with origin, which goes to github)
  4. You should then be able to git push openshift master to deploy your master branch to openshift. You might have to do git push -f openshift master the first time to make it go through. (It's possible you could just do 3 and then git pull openshift master to merge their repo into yours, then do 4 without the -f. I haven't tried that so i don't know how it works.)
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
May 25 2014 17:06
Awesome, I'll give it a try. Thanks so much for the help.
Anna Luisa Patiño West
@aisapatino
May 25 2014 17:23
No prob!
Ivan Storck
@ivanoats
May 25 2014 19:52
@hlpetway thanks for finding my "pencil" I was worried.
No SSL required and also heroku has a wildcard for *.herokuapp.com