this is used in an arrow function,
this will be the
this value in the surrounding lexical scope.
Arrow functions change MANY things, so there are two best practices you need to know.
- Don’t create methods with arrow functions
- Create functions INISDE methods with arrow functions
How do you get a
Turns out, you need to read transform matrices. But it can be quite easy.
slice, destructuring, rest operators, and spread operators.
There are also looping methods like
17 different flavours! 😱.
I want to document how I choose the array methods I use. This should help you understand how to pick methods.
I was able to create an Eleventy + Snowpack + Sass + PostCSS setup that works pretty well. I want to share this setup with you in this article.
I managed to get a decent Eleventy + Snowpack + Sass setup in a couple of hours. I’ll share this setup next week. But first, I want to share some things I noticed about Snowpack.
I talked about the key bindings I used to switch between tabs and panels last week. This week, I want to share some wicked shortcuts I use for the Integrated Terminal.
They’re really sweet. 😘.
Let today be the day where you learn to think like a programmer.
Since I code on both Windows and Mac, I want my Visual Studio Code shortcuts to be interchangeable on both systems.
So I dug deep into Visual Studio Code’s keyboard shortcuts for both systems and made my personal customisations.
I want to share these customisations with you so you can use them to rock at Visual Studio Code too 😃.
When I got my Windows computer, the first thing I did was to set up Windows so it mirrors the writing system I had on Mac. I also mirrored Mac’s modifiers as much as possible.
Then, I set up my Windows development environment (with Windows Subsystem for Linux) on my new Windows computer.
Next, I had to do was to make Visual Studio Code on both Mac and Windows play nice.
By “play nice”, I meant:
- Syncing preferences across Mac and Windows
- Syncing extensions across Mac and Windows
- Syncing key bindings across Mac and Windows
When I set up my Windows computer, I had the chance to take another look at the shell I’m using. The three main ones out there are Bash, Zsh, and Fish.
I knew of Bash. I used Zsh previously. But how would Fish fare? I’ve heard great things about it, so I tried it out.
I want to share which one I chose and how I went about setting it up.