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What Did You Learn This Week --April 3?

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this-week-i-learned (12 Part Series)

1) What Did you Learn this week --March 6? 2) What Did you Learn this week --March 13? 3 ... 10 3) What Did you Learn this week --March 20? 4) What Did You Learn This Week --March 27? 5) What Did You Learn This Week --April 3? 6) What Did You Learn This Week --April 10? 7) What Did You Learn This Week --April 17? 8) What Did You Learn This Week --April 24? 9) What Did You Learn This Week --May 1? 10) What Did You Learn This Week --May 8? 11) What Did You Learn This Week --May 15? 12) What Did You Learn This Week --May 22?
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This week I am utilizing what I have learned from github actions to make Azure Pipelines, and make a service connection to AWS. It's so freeing to see all of those manual steps get automated away!

Also I learned how little I knew about yaml, by just working from examples. Most notably the differences between arrays and objects.

 

I learned some things about html5 canvas: how to set image opacity, how to draw a SVG path that looks good.
I created a small plugin system for my library to create customizable presets and shapes that can be easily redistributed.
And finally fixed the npm package for import/require and jsdelivr and optimized webpack that it's still something I know I can improve but I don't still know how.

I'm currently trying to do a particle emitter for the next release but I think it will be a next-week learnt thing
I made some tutorials on cdnjs that I didn't know they were a thing.

 

tsparticles is a really cool library! The default one is really fun to push the particles around. Great Work

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