Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!
For those of you on macOS, here’s a tip about using Preview
🔍 Today, after a decade of using MacOS, I learned that Preview has a built-in zoom lens. Hitting the backtick on the keyboard toggles it. pic.twitter.com/Oc5xuK0YLh— Chris Heilmann email@example.com (@codepo8) April 6, 2022
I started my new role at Netlify this week. I’m a big fan of Conventional Comments, but Netlify has their own spin on this, Feedback Ladders. Both ways are great for commenting, so thought I’d share for inspiration in your pull request reviews.
If you’re on Windows, this is a great guide for getting set up for web development.
If you’re a fan of VS Code, like I am, local history is a great add. It’s currently only available on the Insiders edition. On another not, I highly recommend the Insiders edition. I’ve been using it for years and it’s super stable.
⌛️ Local history landed in @code. ✨ Get back to older versions of a file and restore or compare as needed.— Benjamin Pasero (@BenjaminPasero) April 4, 2022
ℹ️ More details at https://t.co/o8BXHyLk6U
👉 Become a Code insider: https://t.co/Onc0QS47vr pic.twitter.com/iY47Nv66dA
If you’re looking for a new type of online game to play with your remote co-workers or anyone honestly, collaborative jigsaw puzzle solving is a great option. I’m hooked!
Here’s some other ideas for games
I joined Netlify!!!! 🎉