No more just adding things to the package.json HA!
To add an entry to your package.json's dependencies: npm install <package_name> --save To add an entry to your package.json's devDependencies: npm install <package_name> --save-dev
version numbers and what they actually mean https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/semantic-versioning
Patch releases: 1.0 or 1.0.x or ~1.0.4 Minor releases: 1 or 1.x or ^1.0.4 Major releases: * or x
How fast can I fill in all the holes for TDD… not fast enough apparently ;)
.npmrc files are fun to mess with especially when Hopping between a private registry and the public one. Need to remeber to switch them back and forth if the packages in question are not on either one.
There are a couple tools that are in house that lets me look up the akamai staging IP address for our hosts. But if you want to check akamai caching really easy you can do it with the script below. This is pretty easy for staging or for main property. This also assumes that you have host variable setup in the script… I am going to work on building out all of this in either js or bash because the discovery tools are in node but this request tool is in bash. I threw it together in about 30 min, It’s going to be hackey.
#do some magic to get the staging IP url=$1 stagingip=MAGIC host=moremagic XCheckCacheable=$(curl $fullurl -sI -H "Pragma: akamai-x-check-cacheable" -H "Host: $host"| tr -d '\r' | sed -En 's/^X-Check-Cacheable: (.*)/\1/p'); if [[ "$XCheckCacheable" =~ "YES" ]]; then echo "url is cacheable" else echo "url is not caching" fi Xcache=$(curl $fullurl -sI -H "Pragma: akamai-x-cache-on" -H "Host: $host"| tr -d '\r' | sed -En 's/^X-Cache: (.*)/\1/p'); #echo $Xcache if [[ "$Xcache" =~ "TCP_MEM_HIT" ]]; then echo "TCP_MEM_HIT" else echo "not hit" fi
$ check-akamai /videos/ url is cacheable TCP_MEM_HIT