README.md: The Ultimate Guide

When it comes to open-source projects, documentation is key. And at the heart of this documentation is the README.md file. In this comprehensive guide...

Converting a String to Enum

In TypeScript, you can convert a string to an enum value by using the enum and valueOf() method. Enumerations, or enums, provide a way to define a set...
Converting a String to Enum

Setting the Default Node Version using NVM

NVM (Node Version Manager) is a popular tool that allows you to manage multiple Node.js versions on your system. By default, when you install NVM, it...
Setting the Default Node Version using NVM

Validate Nested Objects Using Class Validator

NestJS provides a powerful validation feature that integrates with class-validator to validate incoming data. You can easily validate nested objects i...
Validate Nested Objects Using Class Validator

Adding Default Values to Input Arguments

In GraphQL, you can set default values for input arguments, ensuring that certain fields or arguments have predefined values if not explicitly provide...
Adding Default Values to Input Arguments

Docker Container Has No Internet

If your Docker container has no internet access, it can be frustrating and hinder your ability to install packages or communicate with external servic...

Running TypeScript Files from Command Line

To run TypeScript files (.ts) from the command line, you need to compile the TypeScript code into JavaScript (.js) first, and then execute the resulti...

Inject NestJS Service from Another Module

In NestJS, services are an essential part of the application, and they can be injected and used across different modules. To inject a NestJS service f...

Installing a Specific Version of a Ruby Gem

When working with Ruby gems, you might need to install a particular version of a gem to ensure compatibility with your project. Fortunately, Ruby's pa...

Recursively Grep All Directories and Subdirectories

To search for a specific pattern in all directories and their subdirectories in Linux, you can use the grep command with the -r option. Using the grep...
Recursively Grep All Directories and Subdirectories