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Tagged “code”

  1. Process and Flow

    tech code
  2. Twitter 'Likes' Hider

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    I like Twitter. For the most part. I like that there is immediate access to information, thoughts and musings from around the world, from everyday individuals. I dislike that mobs attack and bully individuals on Twitter, and while I am certain that Twitter as an organization abhors this, I believe that it is an inevitable result of deliberate design decisions.

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  3. Using filter, map, reduce and forEach

    tech code typescript

    I have a simple rule of thumb when choosing to use array methods, and I'd like to share it with you. The array methods I'm discussing here are:

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  4. How to webfont

    code web

    This is a quick guide to get a webfont into your website with some attention to web performance and is intended as a starting point for small sites that will write in a Latin alphabet. At the end of the post are some resources for further optimizations, if you choose.

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  5. Class notes: Build Your Own RxJS Pipeable Operators

    code typescript RxJS

    I took John Lindquist's online video course Build Your Own RxJS Pipeable Operators which comprises 12 videos in 31 minutes total. Yep, that is fast! While I can recommend the course if you're interested in RxJS 6, you do need some experience with RxJS, and Lindquist is super speedy necessitating frequent pauses.

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  6. Class notes: Mastering Git

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    These are my class notes to Paolo Perrotta's excellent and entertaining video course Mastering Git, comprising 8 videos of 2 hours 45 minutes total. I recently took up the Microsoft Dev Collective's offer for a 30-day free trial of Pluralsight and this was one of several that I enjoyed. I highly recommend this course if you are familiar with git, but even a little unclear on how git works. Especially if, like me, you use the same git commands every day with only a vague notion of what they do. Signore Perrotta explains everything brilliantly.

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  7. Problem: Typescript adds Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", { value: true });

    code typescript

    You're using a bundler like Webpack that squeezes those modules into a single minimized javascript file, so you want to keep that line as-is.

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