I recently came across MailHog. I needed to test some email functionality locally. MailHog creates an SMTP that accepts any email to any address and shows this in web interface.
Heroku will increase prices and remove many free tiers.
One of the things that I like about Twitter is that the font size changes depending on the length of the tweet. Yesterday, I tried to achieve the same thing for this Jekyll based blog and came up with the following solution.
First, I created a plugin (in the folder
_plugins) and registered it as
Liquid filter with the following code:
As a next step I changed the
post.html template to this:
It is important to remove the
<p> tags because they cannot be nested in valid HTML and Jekyll adds their own tags to post content.
Finally, I created some SCSS to change the
font-size based on the CSS class.
Similar to “House Robber”, but now we have to assume that the houses are aligned in a circle and the last house is a neighbor of the first house.
Given an array of
nums that represent the loot of a house robber, return the maximum amount of money a robber can steal. The only rule is that a robber can not steal from two neighboring houses.
When looking at this problem, we can see that we want to maximize the number of houses that we rob from. Consider the following array:
[0,1,0,1]. Our maximum profit is
2, because we can rob the house at index
1 and index
3. If we were to rob at index
2, we would only gain
0 profit. We cannot however simply compare the even versus the odd indices because there could also be the following situation:
[10,5,5,10]. Here, it is advantageous to skip
2 instead of just skipping
1. We need to look at every step if we want to visit the one after the next or the one after this. We don’t need to look if we want to visit the one after this, because then we could also simply have visited the one after the next.
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