I enjoyed coding, typing lines in either HTML or PHP was relaxing. I'm just odd that way. I did grow up in a time when some games came in books and I had to spend hours programming in BASIC to play a game just to be disappointed... Lol
VS Code TIP!
I thought this was well known but it might not be.
If you are using VS Code you can press CTRL + Shift + L and highlight text. It will then find every copy of that word and highlight it as well.
You can now edit multiple lines at the same time
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So, I created a GitHub Action, which finds the number of
#ABAP lines over time via the git history, plots a Chart.js graph in HTML, spins up Puppeteer to print it to PDF, and pushes it back to the git repo. Quick and dirty code at https://github.com/larshp/actions-abap-size-graph …pic.twitter.com/nI0o2TRyjU
The current prototype cleans up some the HTML code generated by Asciidoctor.js, like nested sections. Also adds build time rendered code syntax highlighting. You can disable those by commenting the line https://github.com/saneef/11ty-asciidoc-prototype/blob/ac245ceb2d3e6e02224804450a7539c5ad05c978/eleventy/eleventy-asciidoctor.js#L11 …
there's a song by brandi carlile (a lesbian country/folk singer -- i don't know much about her outside of this song, but she seems cool ig) called "every time i hear that song", and it's about an abusive pastor she had as a teen, and one of the best lines 1/
Emmet can turn one line of code into many. It offers a major ROI if you spend time in HTML. Just type in the syntax and hit tab. And it comes pre-installed w/ VS Code.
Learn how I did this by reading more at the link below https://dev.to/vetswhocode/a-quick-reference-for-the-emmet-plugin-2hia …
Day 49: Nearly finished w/ the signup page I was working on for HTML form practice! I'm having a hard time wrangling flexbox on the desktop version's layout tho. Ideally the state/zip code lines would left-align.
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