Welcome to my PinkLetter. A short, weekly, technology-agnostic, and pink newsletter where we cultivate timeless skills about web development.
TypeScript. Oh, TypeScript.
If you follow me on Twitter, you are aware I’ve been playing with its type system.
It’s clear what >, >=, <, or <= mean. But what about those other cryptic symbols?
Start by thinking about what data structures I’m going to use to represent my application.
In this post I’ll show the many ways you can customize your command line. Through this customization, you can have a more pleasant and efficient experience while retaining the power and flexibility of text-only software. We will start with the terminal emulator, the main window to your CLI. We’ll move on to the text and colors that style the interface. We’ll close with using prompts and status lines to bring context to your text interface.