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What Did You Learn This Week --April 10?

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I'm learning how to distribute a vuejs component on NPM and I learnt how to use externals in webpack config.

 

Spread the ✨ Awesomeness of your components! Have you deployed any to npm?

 

Thanks! Yes, they are all on npm, you can find them below:

This is the core
The vue component
The react component [3rd party that uses my core)

And there's presets and custom shapes too on npm

Lol, you did link it and I missed it.

I saw this in another post of yours recently! This is an amazing looking component.

 

I was learning about webpack in the past few days. I have created and published a webpack plugin that is used to automate the deployment process of browser extension which was earlier done manually.
I really felt happy after doing npm contribution. 😄

 

I love automation.... sometimes a little too much. I love the feeling of being able to just work and know that everything is automatically taken care of, and at the same time feel like I am getting a ton of work done.

 

This week I have my first work projects running CI on Azure pipelines! It is very similar to GitHub actions, but definitely feel more closed off. So far in my experience the descriptions are a bit more vague, which then makes me want to see the source, which I cant 😢.

💪 Pumped to have a real CI in place and fully automated.

 

I learned some nifty, quality of life tricks for vim.

 

ooh ooh, please share! I love a good vim tip.

 

Well one is being able to launch a vim file on a specific line number. E.g.
$vim +100
This will launch the file on line 100. This may be common knowledge, but i was excited to learn it. :)

I had no idea. I can tell you that many times I run something and see line 100 in the stack trace, then open the file and type 100gg. This would be handy in times where I need to continuously go back into the same file. Thanks for sharing.

 

I'm a new bee in web dev, I start learning Django and learnt how to use heroku :)

 

Heroku is solid. It feels so good to run things where you can actually share a URL with your friends.

Here is an app I created for a conference very early on in my learning web dev.

pydatavizday.herokuapp.com/enthusiast

Share some links if you have em

 

I learned using the context of react native in my project this week.

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Which dev.to loading GIF do you prefer?

I made some dev.to loading gifs

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