markdown guide
 

My most used is probably to the Vue Docs πŸ˜…

My favorite is this nifty site to help read blocks of text quickly (I have the label set as "READ ZOOM" on my bookmark bar)

 

Honestly? Probably the W3 Schools Colour Picker.

I like picking colours! And being able to get shades and highlights and stuff like that. It's also helpful for switching between HEX and RGB.

 

I spend waaaaaaayyy too much time picking colors for any/everything!

Recently when I need to pick colors I've been using Palettte or (less frequently) Adobe's Color picker for finding compatible themes.

 

I switch between them sometimes, but W3Schools has been the longest lasting.

I spend SOOO much time looking for the right colours. And then there's fonts, where I will spend literally hours at it. It's kinda ridiculous.

 
 

I use a chromebook, so I don't use bookmarks, instead I use "shortcuts" to web page, in the place of apps. I almost always have these open :)

  • android messages - so I can handle text messages from my desktop :)
  • gitter - I'm usually in the angular room trying to learn from peoples problems, or getting help myself :D
  • github - usually have the current github project I am working on opened.
  • circleci - I mainly keep this open to get desktop notifications of failed builds, and to quickly view any workflows queued up.
  • chat.google.com - I've been using this to get used to google's new "chat". I have slack actually opened in my actual browser (again for notifications) and keep chat.google opened in its own window.

The most "popular" pages are further up the list so they are easier to access via shortcut keys on my laptop.

I personally don't bookmark too many pages, as I always forget what I bookmark and need to find them. Rather I usually pin a page I want to look at later, or use soon. Otherwise I throw it into google keep for more "long term" storage.

 

Nice! I think I continued using bookmarks on my Chromebook just because that was what I was accustomed to.

Awesome list though! πŸ‘

 
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