The readme has a lot of valid reasons to use approach but misses the most import one - keeping Google off of your site at all times.
If you are having trouble getting an extension like VSCode Tailwind to work in VSCode, a smart place to start debugging is the language mode.
I updated this blog Jekyll 4.0 and decided it was time to add paging to my Shorts category.
Worrying about things like logos is something new founders often waste way too much time on.
This service gets you a decent logo in a minute or two for free and then lets you get back to focusing on what is important (in the short run).
My menu bar would be 100% out of control without the excellent (and free) app Dozer.
I found myself nodding to all every item in @casjam's list.
Most of these are merely new to me, not necessarily new apps.
These small changes to line wrapping make writing in VSCode much more enjoyable.
My favorite programming font is now available on Google Fonts.
In my shell prompt, I typically keep things very simple. Just the current folder I am in and the git branch.
These cheat sheets were created by various application security professionals who have expertise in specific topics.
I have been thinking more about how to how to simplify cross posting to Twitter and did not realize any link you post on Twitter counts as 23 characters.
This is a nice (free) app that will query your DNS from around the world. Really helpful to see if/when/where you might be failing.
I have used RSpec almost daily for 8+ years and just learned there is an
Not as easy as just backing up your dotfiles with Vim, but still nice to be able to reload everything with a click or two.
This looks really interesting. Making it easier to publish content to a site like dev.to and still "owning" your content elsewhere would be great.
A couple of thoughts:
Lots of great examples for getting a jump start on a modern grid layout.
“Whatever plan you have for your product is probably too ambitious for a starting point.”
This looks great. I can see it being really helpful for things like blog templates.
ReCAPTCHA is a massive pimple on the ass of the internet. Not to mention a major privacy invasion. Avoid it at all costs.
Excellent write up. Access to a CDN used to be complex and come at a high cost. It is now easily available and often free/very cheap.