Protractor is test framework for web applications written on top of Angular. Unfortunately, installing it on Debian is non-obvious, as it has not yet found its way into repository and existing documentation is catered to needs of Mac OS users. This guide will help you to get through this process without messing up your entire system.
One day I was wondering whether anyone actually reads that blog. A thought about setting up Google Analytics crossed my mind, but legitimate concerns about users privacy made me hesitant. Then I wanted to try out Piwik, but installation and configuration requires some effort and I wasn’t sure if I want to make that investment. Eventually I figured out that I should probably do whatever other R and python bloggers are doing. But first I had to learn what it is.
Every now and then I stumble upon book that disguises itself as website - it has table of contents and spans multiple interlinked pages, each dedicated to one coherent piece. Sometimes I like to take them offline, so I can read them on travel. Sometimes I like to take them off computer, because reading long passages of text on screen is not that convenient. Sometimes I would prefer to have them in ebook format, because that’s what they really are. Here’s how I do that.