Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!
If you use TypeScript, Matt Pocock has been dropping some great TS tips on Twitter. Here’s their latest tip!
🔥 TypeScript Tip #7 🔥— Matt Pocock 🏖️ (@mattpocockuk) March 11, 2022
The looseness of Object.keys can be a real pain point when using TypeScript. Luckily, it’s pretty simple to create a tighter version using generics and the keyof operator. pic.twitter.com/pF26NHcBU4
Jhey always amazes me and he’s done it again. This is a really cool Slinky Codepen.
3D CSS Flip Flop Slinky ✨— jhey 🔨🐻✨ (@jh3yy) March 10, 2022
Had to see if I could improve it and make it slink from side to side 🤓
The CSS Tip? Rotate the scene with a stepped timing function 🔥
animation: flip 2s infinite steps(1);
Instant flip! 🙌
👉 https://t.co/DLX4fsVDdM via @CodePen pic.twitter.com/2jFXizO5LT
Educational and super funny. Heydon is spicy! 🌶️
🚨 NEW Webbed Briefs Video (finally) 🚨— mastodon.social/@heydon (@heydonworks) March 7, 2022
Is HTML A Programming Language?https://t.co/mkBqYSZG7k
Thanks for the share Nader!
The first draft of anything is shit.— nader (🧱, 🚀) | nader.lens (@dabit3) March 7, 2022
- Ernest Hemingway
Serverless doesn’t mean there’s no servers, it means we think about servers less.— Scott Hanselman (@shanselman) March 12, 2022
Part three of building out a GitHub action that Tweets to first time contributors dropped this past week on my YouTube channel. Thanks again for pairing on this Matt Foley!