Not Autocomplete but Autofill

After a long process of rebuilding a login page and since the first time I rebuilt a login page which was way back in 20012 or so. I've learned that a great deal of things but one change still comes to mind. I ran into an issue with ios/ie/chrome browsers "auotfilling" user & passwords. This auto-fill doesn't happening with the autocomplete function but its a new features. One that I've seen but ignored at that point because I haven't mess around with it. After all is said and done I choice to now use any of the solutions in my notes. I have yet to find a solution that I like meaning one that isn't a workaround. With autocomplete its simple to just disable but until this features has a html equivalent I will not be fixing it. As the behavior is built in and based on the browser. Meaning the user has more control over it then I do.


Disabling Safari autofill on usernames and passwordsDisable auto correct in Safari text input…

Indeepth: Inheritance with the prototype chain

These notes are for none else but me, because I need them for a bigger project. No time to explain...C# and javascript are completely different worlds.

let f =function(){this.a =1;this.b =2;}let o =newf();// {a: 1, b: 2}
- you need the 'let' beause f.a will not exist.


Host ASP.NET Core on Linux with Nginx (Additional Notes)

I could submit this to the repo but like the half blood prince, I'm keeping all the good stuff for myself. Plus it would have to go through the proper channels and who's got time for that. Instead I'm just want to get back to working on my applications and handling multiple applications is time consuming.

Framework Issues
ran into issue where the frameworks were not the same on the linux box as my machine. However the errors were not helpful to figure this out.

Exporting Issues - I just keep forgetting the command and you can ignore all the linux based ones.
dotnet publish --configuration Release

Is there really any difference with builds for OS versions? From what I can tell no... They probably will or should just remove it. Make the build detect the os and if its going to be cross platform just work every anyway.

Aspnet 2.1 changing the port
using the environment variable…

Linux CLI: Tab Autocomplete broken

If your finding your command terminal acting weird like mine did, and can't seem to find out whats happening. Don't panic! Remember this wonder snippet.

set show-all-if-ambiguous on set show-all-if-unmodified on
Notes: Tab does not auto-complete in terminal

PostGreSql and EFcore: Cheatsheet

Postfix Cheatsheet

Updated As of 7/23/18

I'm still working on my own systems and postfix isn't easy to handle. So this article will go through multiple changes in the next year. Hopefully I will have a little more personal experience to add.

Working Dotnet 2.0 with Ubuntu 16.04

One of the bugs I ran into on my journey was not using the published version of my aspnet application but moving from 1.x to 2.0 of dotnet. I was already setup to use https but I don't think my nginx configs were the issue but instead the app not building a published build of the app. just use the publish command and everything worked as planned.

I'm very happy with my solution, I haven't found a lot of issue except the some of the issue that were related to version differences with 1.x/2.0. I believe I've found a way to simplify the tutorial provided in the Microsoft by using docker. Running docker no whatever port you need and then from there write the configs to nginx.