GIT Overwrite Master with branch

You should be able to use the “ours” merge strategy to overwrite master with develop branch like this:

git checkout develop
git merge -s ours master
git checkout master
git merge develop

The result should be your master is now essentially develop.

(-s ours is short for --strategy=ours)

From the docs about the ‘ours’ strategy:

This resolves any number of heads, but the resulting tree of the merge is always that of the current branch head, effectively ignoring all changes from all other branches. It is meant to be used to supersede old development history of side branches. Note that this is different from the -Xours option to the recursive merge strategy.

Update from comments: If you get fatal: refusing to merge unrelated histories, then change the second line to this: git merge --allow-unrelated-histories -s ours master

nuget packages

xUnit & NUnit
Moq & NSubstitute
Autofixture & Bogus
Dapper & Entity Framework Core
MediatR & Brighter
Refit & RestSharp

GIT SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate

Solution 1 (worst): disable certificate in GTI configuration

 git config --global http.sslCAinfo /bin/curl-ca-bundle.crt

Solution 2: if this problem is occuring because git cannot complete the https handshake with the git server were the repository you are trying to access is present.

Steps to get the certificate from the github server

  1. Open the github you are trying to access in the browser
  2. Press on the lock icon in the address bar > click on ‘certicicate’
  3. Go to ‘Certification Path’ tab > select the top most node in the heirarchy of certifcates > click on ‘view certificate’
  4. Now click on ‘Details’ and click on ‘Copy to File..’ > Click ‘Next’ > Select ‘Base 64 encoded X509 (.CER)’ > save it to any of your desired path.

Steps to add the certificate to local git certificate store

  1. Now open the certicate you saved in the notepad and copy the content along with –Begin Certificate– and –end certificate–
  2. To find the path were all the certificates are stored for your git, execute the following command in cmd.git config –list
  3. Check for the key ‘http.sslcainfo’, the correspondig value will be path.
  4. Now open ‘ca-bundle.crt’ present in that path.

Note 1 : open this file administrator mode otherwise you will not be able to save it after update. (Tip – you can use Notepad++ for this purpose)

Note 2 : Before modifying this file please keep a backup elsewhere.

  1. Now copy the contents of file mentioned in step 1 to the file in step 4 at end file, like how other certificates are placed in ca-bundle.crt.
  2. Now open a new terminal and now you should be able to perform opertions related to the git server using https.

To know where gitconfig file is:

git config --list --show-origin

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Although this website is in Chinese, Google translate will help you.

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ES6 JavaScript Code Snippets

Taken from 30secondsofcode

1.How to hide all elements specified?

const hide = (elementList) => [...el].forEach(e => ( = 'none'));

// Example
hide(document.querySelectorAll('img')); // Hides all <img> elements on the page

// or
const hide = (...el) => [...el].forEach(e => ( = 'none'));

2.How to check if the element has the specified class?

const hasClass = (el, className) => el.classList.contains(className);

// Example
hasClass(document.querySelector('p.special'), 'special'); // true

3.How to toggle a class for an element?

const toggleClass = (el, className) => el.classList.toggle(className);

// Example
toggleClass(document.querySelector('p.special'), 'special');
// The paragraph will not have the 'special' class anymore

4.How to get the scroll position of the current page?

const getScrollPosition = (el = window) => ({
x: el.pageXOffset !== undefined ? el.pageXOffset : el.scrollLeft,
y: el.pageYOffset !== undefined ? el.pageYOffset : el.scrollTop

// Example
getScrollPosition(); // {x: 0, y: 200}

5.How to smooth-scroll to the top of the page?

const scrollToTop = () => {
const c = document.documentElement.scrollTop || document.body.scrollTop;
if (c > 0) {
window.scrollTo(0, c - c / 8);

// Example

6.How to check if the parent element contains the child element?

const elementContains = (parent, child) => parent !== child && parent.contains(child);

// Examples
elementContains(document.querySelector('head'), document.querySelector('title'));
// true
elementContains(document.querySelector('body'), document.querySelector('body')); // false

7.How to check if the element specified is visible in the viewport?

const elementIsVisibleInViewport = (el, partiallyVisible = false) => {
const { top, left, bottom, right } = el.getBoundingClientRect();
const { innerHeight, innerWidth } = window;
return partiallyVisible
? ((top > 0 && top < innerHeight) || (bottom > 0 && bottom < innerHeight)) &&
((left > 0 && left < innerWidth) || (right > 0 && right < innerWidth))
: top >= 0 && left >= 0 && bottom <= innerHeight && right <= innerWidth;

// Examples
elementIsVisibleInViewport(el); // (not fully visible)
elementIsVisibleInViewport(el, true); // (partially visible)

8.How to fetch all images within an element?

const getImages = (el, includeDuplicates = false) => {
const images = [...el.getElementsByTagName('img')].map(img => img.getAttribute('src'));
return includeDuplicates ? images : [ Set(images)];

// Examples
getImages(document, true); // ['image1.jpg', 'image2.png', 'image1.png', '...']
getImages(document, false); // ['image1.jpg', 'image2.png', '...']

9.How to figure out if the device is a mobile device or a desktop/laptop?

const detectDeviceType = () =>
/Android|webOS|iPhone|iPad|iPod|BlackBerry|IEMobile|Opera Mini/i.test(navigator.userAgent)
? 'Mobile'
: 'Desktop';

// Example
detectDeviceType(); // "Mobile" or "Desktop"

10.How to get the current URL?

const currentURL = () => window.location.href;

// Example
currentURL(); // ''

11.How to create an object containing the parameters of the current URL?

const getURLParameters = url =>
(url.match(/([^?=&]+)(=([^&]*))/g) || []).reduce(
(a, v) => ((a[v.slice(0, v.indexOf('='))] = v.slice(v.indexOf('=') + 1)), a),

// Examples
getURLParameters(''); // {n: 'Adam', s: 'Smith'}
getURLParameters(''); // {}

12.How to encode a set of form elements as an object?

const formToObject = form =>
Array.from(new FormData(form)).reduce(
(acc, [key, value]) => ({
[key]: value

// Example
formToObject(document.querySelector('#form')); // { email: '', name: 'Test Name' }

13.How to retrieve a set of properties indicated by the given selectors from an object?

const get = (from, ...selectors) =>
[...selectors].map(s =>
.replace(/\[([^\[\]]*)\]/g, '.$1.')
.filter(t => t !== '')
.reduce((prev, cur) => prev && prev[cur], from)
const obj = { selector: { to: { val: 'val to select' } }, target: [1, 2, { a: 'test' }] };

// Example
get(obj, '', 'target[0]', 'target[2].a'); // ['val to select', 1, 'test']

14.How to invoke the provided function after wait (in milliseconds)?

const delay = (fn, wait, ...args) => setTimeout(fn, wait, ...args);
function(text) {

// Logs 'later' after one second.

15.How to trigger a specific event on a given element, optionally passing custom data?

const triggerEvent = (el, eventType, detail) =>
el.dispatchEvent(new CustomEvent(eventType, { detail }));

// Examples
triggerEvent(document.getElementById('myId'), 'click');
triggerEvent(document.getElementById('myId'), 'click', { username: 'bob' });

16.How to remove an event listener from an element?

const off = (el, evt, fn, opts = false) => el.removeEventListener(evt, fn, opts);

const fn = () => console.log('!');
document.body.addEventListener('click', fn);
off(document.body, 'click', fn); // no longer logs '!' upon clicking on the page

17.How to get readable format of the given number of milliseconds?

const formatDuration = ms => {
if (ms < 0) ms = -ms;
const time = {
day: Math.floor(ms / 86400000),
hour: Math.floor(ms / 3600000) % 24,
minute: Math.floor(ms / 60000) % 60,
second: Math.floor(ms / 1000) % 60,
millisecond: Math.floor(ms) % 1000
return Object.entries(time)
.filter(val => val[1] !== 0)
.map(([key, val]) => `${val} ${key}${val !== 1 ? 's' : ''}`)
.join(', ');

// Examples
formatDuration(1001); // '1 second, 1 millisecond'
formatDuration(34325055574); // '397 days, 6 hours, 44 minutes, 15 seconds, 574 milliseconds'

18.How to get the difference (in days) between two dates?

const getDaysDiffBetweenDates = (dateInitial, dateFinal) =>
(dateFinal - dateInitial) / (1000 * 3600 * 24);

// Example
getDaysDiffBetweenDates(new Date('2017-12-13'), new Date('2017-12-22')); // 9

19.How to make a GET request to the passed URL?

const httpGet = (url, callback, err = console.error) => {
const request = new XMLHttpRequest();'GET', url, true);
request.onload = () => callback(request.responseText);
request.onerror = () => err(request);


// Logs: {"userId": 1, "id": 1, "title": "sample title", "body": "my text"}

20.How to make a POST request to the passed URL?

const httpPost = (url, data, callback, err = console.error) => {
const request = new XMLHttpRequest();'POST', url, true);
request.setRequestHeader('Content-type', 'application/json; charset=utf-8');
request.onload = () => callback(request.responseText);
request.onerror = () => err(request);

const newPost = {
userId: 1,
id: 1337,
title: 'Foo',
body: 'bar bar bar'
const data = JSON.stringify(newPost);

// Logs: {"userId": 1, "id": 1337, "title": "Foo", "body": "bar bar bar"}

21.How to create a counter with the specified range, step and duration for the specified selector?

const counter = (selector, start, end, step = 1, duration = 2000) => {
let current = start,
_step = (end - start) * step < 0 ? -step : step,
timer = setInterval(() => {
current += _step;
document.querySelector(selector).innerHTML = current;
if (current >= end) document.querySelector(selector).innerHTML = end;
if (current >= end) clearInterval(timer);
}, Math.abs(Math.floor(duration / (end - start))));
return timer;

// Example
counter('#my-id', 1, 1000, 5, 2000); // Creates a 2-second timer for the element with id="my-id"

22.How to copy a string to the clipboard?

const copyToClipboard = str => {
const el = document.createElement('textarea');
el.value = str;
el.setAttribute('readonly', ''); = 'absolute'; = '-9999px';
const selected =
document.getSelection().rangeCount > 0 ? document.getSelection().getRangeAt(0) : false;;
if (selected) {

// Example
copyToClipboard('Lorem ipsum'); // 'Lorem ipsum' copied to clipboard.

23.How to find out if the browser tab of the page is focused?

const isBrowserTabFocused = () => !document.hidden;

// Example
isBrowserTabFocused(); // true

24.How to create a directory, if it does not exist?

const fs = require('fs');
const createDirIfNotExists = dir => (!fs.existsSync(dir) ? fs.mkdirSync(dir) : undefined);

// Example
createDirIfNotExists('test'); // creates the directory 'test', if it doesn't exist

Containerize a .NET Core app

Essential commands

Docker has many different commands that create, manage, and interact with containers and images. These Docker commands are essential to managing your containers:

Here an example:

(from Visual Studio 2019 it is possible to add Docker support):

Opzione di menu Aggiungi Supporto Docker in Visual Studio

Useful regex


\/ matches the character “/” literally (case sensitive)
\* matches the character “*” literally (case sensitive)
.* matches any character (except for line terminators)
* Quantifier — Matches between zero and unlimited times, as many times as possible, giving back as needed (greedy)
\* matches the character “*” literally (case sensitive)
\/ matches the character “/” literally (case sensitive)

/* 501 */
/* 1 */

Reset a single file to a specific commit

Assuming the hash of the commit you want is c5f567:

git checkout c5f567 -- file1/to/restore file2/to/restore

The git checkout man page gives more information.

If you want to revert to the commit before c5f567, append ~1 (where 1 is the number of commits you want to go back, it can be anything):

git checkout c5f567~1 -- file1/to/restore file2/to/restore

As a side note, I’ve always been uncomfortable with this command because it’s used for both ordinary things (changing between branches) and unusual, destructive things (discarding changes in the working directory).

Search and rename Foreign Key Name

List foreign keys:

select schema_name(fk_tab.schema_id) + '.' + as foreign_table, '>-' as rel, schema_name(pk_tab.schema_id) + '.' + as primary_table, substring(column_names, 1, len(column_names)-1) as [fk_columns], as fk_constraint_name from sys.foreign_keys fk inner join sys.tables fk_tab on fk_tab.object_id = fk.parent_object_id inner join sys.tables pk_tab on pk_tab.object_id = fk.referenced_object_id cross apply (select col.[name] + ', ' from sys.foreign_key_columns fk_c inner join sys.columns col on fk_c.parent_object_id = col.object_id and fk_c.parent_column_id = col.column_id where fk_c.parent_object_id = fk_tab.object_id and fk_c.constraint_object_id = fk.object_id order by col.column_id for xml path ('') ) D (column_names) order by schema_name(fk_tab.schema_id) + '.' +, schema_name(pk_tab.schema_id) + '.' +

Search Primary keys:


Then rename the foreign key:

sp_rename @objname = N'PK_Notes_ADF019271172DFE', @newname = N'PK_Notes'