Yesterday, I started tinkering w/ VSCode and managed to learn about some really useful extensions [i.e, Auto Tags, Emmet, and Snippets] Known for configuring every setting on every digital device - this aspect was fun...until we got to the config files for linting 🤯
It's pretty important to have spellcheck/auto-correct/auto-format-on-save stuff, the formulaic editions©, running when working on projects. It really helps you type less to avoid strain and makes the experience much more enjoyable.
😲 OMG now we can focus on the 99 reasons why we
Failed to compile🌶
FFW>> TIL about the complexity of dependencies and how
import is akin to linking stuff like Google Fonts and Font Awesome icons in an
index.html; oversimplification? Mm..hope not lol. At some point I was able to install:
Tbh, there were just sooo many idr. Will have to check my
zsh later for accuracy. It's really tough to get a full list of dependencies/packages w/r/t your project, get comfy w/ your directory (file) structure and configure the respective
Oh configs, truly where the journey begins 🧗🏻♀️
At this point I had scoured all of YT and 3 search engines on 2 browsers (never mind the IP) to find a 1/2 way decent tutorial. I won't sing my praises just yet; shameless self-promos, vague instructions, the best ones have low video quality, the worst ones post great taglines but are just knock-offs of the good ones >.<"
The difficult part about this: the misinformation about what the best superficial tools are but not exactly how to build anything relevant or structurally sound.
I'm determined, to share my experience w/ others 🚫🧢
Onward we must clack! So far, so good, minus an issue w/ using
import to access
.scss for my navbar. Stay tuned!