It’s Memon Mondays 2020!
Hope you all are having a great new year. Let’s get started!
HalfBakery — A website from web 1.0 era. A database of all kinds of (fictitious) inventions.
Best Illusion of the Year Contest - 2019 Finalists
@faizanu94 sent me this cool tool he built to view JSON Hierarchy.
I updated my personal homepage to use Jekyll and GitHub Pages. I open-sourced it here, feel free to clone it, remix it and make your own homepage from it. It’s pretty basic and minimal.
Deploy your side-projects at scale for basically nothing - Google Cloud Run
This article by Dan Abramov — It’s about how obsessing with “clean code” and removing duplication is a phase many of us go through. When we first learn abstraction, it is tempting to get high on that ability, and pull abstractions out of thin air whenever we see repetitive code.
But this “refactoring” is not always the right way to go. Read more.
SONG OF THE WEEK:
E.P. Waqt [ Patari | Youtube ]
The album came out SEVENTEEN YEARS AGO !!! 😟
TIP OF THE WEEK: window.element trick
But there is a shorter way:
This behavior is called “Named access on the Window object”. It was originally added by Internet Explorer and eventually was implemented by all other browsers simply for compatibility with sites that are dependent on this behavior.
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