So a couple of months ago I purchased 2 of "The Key v2" as an impulse purchase. I got a link to it a couple of minutes before the link went out to everyone, and so I pulled a Phillip J. Fry.
Yesterday we went to Hot Betty's Breakfast Bar for lunch and I figured I'd write down some thoughts.
I don't have any brilliant insights to share today, or anything like that, I'm mostly just wanting to kinda put out some information because I feel like I should write more regular updates.
This week I had the opportunity to make a Gutenberg block and there are a few things I learned in The process.
in operator is more versatile than I thought while on stream a couple of weeks ago, so let's write a post about it so I can explain it to myself later.
Look, let's be honest. You aren't really here for some earth shattering information. You saw a very clickbaity title that I made to troll Cassidy Williams and quite honestly, I don't think she was ACTUALLY expecting this.
At the behest of Dave Rupert in the Shop Talk Show D-D-D-Discord, I'm going to talk about my adventures in making an efficient and poorly designed typo-squatting knock-off of CSS-Tricks.com called CSS-Trickz.com, which turned into an experiment in how to make a cached and auto building site on Netlify, using their new On-Demand Builders.
Vue 3 has been out for almost 8 months now. Adoption is slow. This is feeling a little like another major version bump I've lived through. Is Vue the new Python?
I upgraded an app to Vue 3 and I learned some things about it.