Welcome to my second weekly digest of February ❄️.
This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, and designs I consumed during this week.
Wrangling z-index values is a difficult task for many developers. Here is an easy-to-implement mini-framework based on existing conventions that brings clarity and confidence to working with z-index.
This comprehensive guide shows how to use CSS transitions! A back-to-basics look at the fundamental building blocks we need to create microinteractions and other animations.
Learn to create a simple, accessibility friendly and configurable fluid type system that uses modern CSS sizing functions.
Today we’re excited to announce our Release Candidate of TypeScript 4.2! Between now and the stable release of TypeScript 4.2, we expect no further changes apart from critical bug fixes. To get started using the RC, you can get it through NuGet,
In my journey to work more quickly with a project containing loads of dependencies, I've come across a few techniques I've not needed to use before.
by Asim Hussain
We'll go over some of our favorite and essential tips, as well as demo some of the newest features and advanced settings for you to customize VS Code to your liking. Whether you are just learning VS Code or are a long-time user, you'll be sure to leave with some new tricks and shortcuts to become more productive while coding.
by Sana Ajani
Linux is a cryptic labyrinth of directories defined my Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS). Learn the purpose of the most common Linux directories in 100 seconds
What does a sine wave look like? In this video I look at how to graph and animate a sine wave in p5.js varying the period and phase.
Virtual whiteboard for sketching hand-drawn like diagrams. Collaborative and end-to-end encrypted.
Virtual whiteboard for sketching hand-drawn like diagrams.
Collaborative and end-to-end encrypted.
Ask questions or hang out on our discord.gg/UexuTaE.
Try it now
Go to excalidraw.com to start sketching.
If you like the project, you can become a sponsor at Open Collective.
Last but not least, we're thankful to these companies for offering their services for free:
You can almost do anything with shortcuts. Click on the help icon on the bottom right corner to see them all.
Curved lines and arrows
Choose line or arrow and click click click instead of drag.
You can easily create charts by copy pasting data from Excel or just plain comma separated text.
To translate Excalidraw into other languages, please visit…
Awesome cheatsheets for popular programming languages, frameworks and development tools. They include everything you should know in one single file.
👩💻👨💻 Awesome cheatsheets for popular programming languages, frameworks and development tools. They include everything you should know in one single file.
WEBSITE DIRECTORY: Available here.
📚Awesome cheatsheets for popular programming languages, frameworks and development tools. They include everything you should know in one single file.
🤔 Why Awesome-Cheatsheets?
I usually make a cheat sheet when I want to improve my skills in a programming language, a framework or a development tool. I started doing these kinds of things a long time ago on Gist. To better keep track of the history and to let people contribute, I reorganized all of them into this single repository. Most of the content is coming from official documentation and some books I have read.
Feel free to take a look. You might learn new things. They have been designed to provide a quick way to assess your knowledge and to save you time.
📚 Table of Contents
by Purrweb UI
by Halo UI/UX
Henning Dieterichs@hediet_devGithub1s is really nice.
Just add "1s" after "github" when viewing code on github.com and VS Code loads up instantly:10:57 AM - 09 Feb 2021
Addy OsmaniCSS Flexbox & Grid debugging in DevTools is getting much better. Grid overlays, lines around align-items, gap etc. make this all more visual.08:18 AM - 10 Feb 2021
Talk to you next week and stay safe! 👋