Welcome to my PinkLetter. A short, weekly, technology-agnostic, and pink newsletter where we cultivate timeless skills about web development.
This week, I’ll do something very unitalian of me: I’ll keep it short.
Would you be willing to help me reach more people?
In this article, I’m going to go over the basics building blocks of jq in enough depth that you will be able to understand how jq works. Of course, you still might occasionally need to head to google to find a function name or check your syntax, but at least you’ll have a firm grounding in the basics.
Do we have any tests that cover the nil case?
Over the last several years, the way I write CSS has transitioned from a very “semantic” approach to something much more like what is often called “functional CSS.”