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two approaches to be follow. npm config set proxy 10.125.155.11:8080 npm config set https-proxy 10.125.155.11:8080 npm config set registry "http://registry.npmjs.org/" (http://registry.npmjs.org/%27) ====================================================================== npm config set proxy http://10.125.155.11:8080/ npm config set https-proxy http://10.125.155.11:8080/ npm config set registry "https://registry.npmjs.org/"
git reset --hard origin/master ==== to overwrite your files with repository files git reset --hard origin/master ==== to overwrite your files with repository files git add --all ==== to add files to index (to stage your changes) git reset … Continue reading Git commands
Sanity checking with ng-strict-di The ng-strict-di directive is new and extremely simple to understand. When declaring the parent DOM node for your application, if ng-strict-di is included in that element, functions without the minification-safe dependency injection syntax will fail to execute. How to do it… Using the ng-strict-di directive is as simple as adding an extra attribute to your ng-app node, as follows: (app.js) … Continue reading ng-strict-di