There are so many keyboards I would love to try out. This one and the Ergo are at the top of the list.# - Apr 22, 2019
@gilesgoatboy is profiling each of the top 100 committers to Rails. A huge thanks to everyone who has helped build Rails and a thanks to Giles for profiling those who dedicated some much of their time.# - Apr 22, 2019
Great tips.# - Apr 22, 2019
Item #5 - “Get to work” is magic. If you really want to do something, make sure we make a little progress every day. Tomorrow you will be thankful for the small amount of progress you made today.# - Apr 21, 2019
Always impresses me with what can be done with a single web page.# - Apr 21, 2019
Lighting fast lines of code counter. Installs easily with `brew install loc’.# - Apr 11, 2019
This conflicts with Postgres’s own User table. Postgres is OK with this assuming you use quotes around
user in your queries (and it becomes case sensitive).
Loosely translated, do not name your table
User. I guess if you are switching databases, the above is necessary, but it is probably just as easy to rename your table at that point.
Something new to test.# - Apr 10, 2019
Smart tip. @hashrockettil is such a great Twitter follow. I learn something every time they tweet.# - Apr 10, 2019
This looks excellent and will greatly improve the feedback loop with @netlify.# - Apr 10, 2019
Nice way to compare various pricing.
I will say that while @Heroku comes out more expensive, it has been rock solid for us for nearly 8 years now.# - Apr 10, 2019
Interesting breakdown of how device stores and salts passwords without the need for a separate password_salt column.# - Apr 08, 2019
Nice CSS styling with no CSS classes/etc. This looks great for prototyping and demo apps.# - Apr 08, 2019
One click IDE for Github. Just point it at a repo and you are off and running. I even wrote this file in it using my own ruby helpers.# - Apr 08, 2019
A fake SMTP server to test and view emails in development.
I am a long time happy MailCatcher user, but I love the idea of something that just runs somewhere else and is easily accessible in my browser.# - Apr 08, 2019
The site’s title says it all: “Web development, illustrated”.# - Apr 05, 2019
Very well put together full screen timer.
Highly focused and clean web apps like this make me smile.# - Apr 05, 2019
A helpful tool to figure out a specific keycode.# - Apr 04, 2019
If you want to speed up a QuickTime video, hold down ⌥ (option) and click the » on the video. Each click will speed up by about .1x all the way up to 2x.# - Apr 04, 2019
This looks very promising. I also love the built in option to share with a large(r) audience.# - Apr 04, 2019
Out of the box, Vim does not know what to do with TypeScript.
These two plugins make it a much better experience.
Syntax: https://github.com/leafgarland/typescript-vim TSServer: https://github.com/Quramy/tsuquyomi# - Apr 03, 2019
Starting to dig into TypeScript. I am not sure if I love it or absolutely hate it.# - Apr 02, 2019
The code base for the UK Government’s e-petitions service. After a quick browse, this looks very well put together.
The Ruby 2.2 requirement is a bit of a bummer.# - Apr 01, 2019