Welcome to my PinkLetter. A short, weekly, technology-agnostic, and pink newsletter where we cultivate timeless skills in web development.
When’s the last time you sent a thank you to a stranger on the internet?
You’d be surprised how so few people do that. And you’d be double surprised by what happens when you do so.
Here’s Swyx giving me a shoutout on his podcast—I almost choked on my coffee when I heard it half asleep this morning.
TypeScript, (un)like Elm and Haskell, has a structural type system.
Riccardo: I miss nominal types in TypeScript!
With Remix, your UI becomes a function of state across the network, not just locally.
Riccardo: The time is ripe to give Remix a try.
We dive into the spacing around his headings, to structure his website better, talk about font sizes for headings, how to style captions, and I adore his marginalia and favicon.
Riccardo: Freelancing is teaching me more and more that design is fundamental. So I’m pimping my types.