Modern browsers respect Cross Origin Resource Sharing which means they won’t load web fonts (.woff, .ttf, etc.) from a CloudFront distribution.
If you are using a custom origin (AKA your website) for CloudFront you need to do the following:
1. Send the header Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * when serving up web fonts on your server.
Example for Apache (in .htaccess):
# Set CORS headers so CloudFront will forward them
Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*"
2. Edit your CloudFront distribution Behavior to Forward Headers and add Origin to the whitelist. I know this doesn’t make a ton of sense but that’s how AWS set it up (source).
3. Invalidate your cache from the AWS console or just wait until CloudFront refreshes its cache.
I was working with a query that selected all “Orders” created this month, it looked like this:
@today = Time.zone.now.to_date
@start_date = @today.beginning_of_month
@end_date = @today.end_of_month
@orders = Order.where(created_at: @start_date..@end_date)
and the resulting SQL query looked like this:
SELECT `orders`.* FROM `orders` WHERE (`orders`.`created_at` BETWEEN '2014-08-01' AND '2014-08-31')
…but since Rails automatically converts Date objects from localtime to UTC the dates in that query should have been offset by my timezone (in this case PDT -7 hours).
The fix was simple, use DateTime objects instead of Date objects and Rails automatically calculated the offset based on my Timezone (config.time_zone):
@today = Time.zone.now.to_datetime
and the fixed query:
SELECT `orders`.* FROM `orders` WHERE (`orders`.`created_at` BETWEEN '2014-08-01 07:00:00' AND '2014-09-01 06:59:59')
curl -s http://api.icndb.com/jokes/random/ | python -c 'import sys, json; print "\n\n"+json.load(sys.stdin)["value"]["joke"]+"\n\n"'
git describe origin/master
Warning: If there are multiple tags (local or remote) for the HEAD of origin/master you will get one tag from this command, not a list.
I recommend using the –match parameter to make sure you get the tag you expect:
git describe origin/master --match="v*"