Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!
I was previously using the Productive Twitter browser extension to tweak my Twitter, but my old coworker Rhymes showed me the beauty that is tweak-new-twitter. Sooo good if you use Twitter for web.
Browser extension which removes algorithmic content from Twitter, hides news & trends, lets you control which shared tweets appear on your timeline, and adds other UI improvements - GitHub - insin/tweak-new-twitter: Browser extension which removes algorithmic content from Twitter, hides news & trends, lets you control which shared tweets appear on your timeline, and adds other UI improvements
It’s been a long-standing dream of front-end developers to have a way to apply CSS to an element based on what’s happening inside that element.
My coworker Ryan has a great write-up on resumability.
If you haven’t been following the Random MDN Twitter account, I encourage you to do so. I learn something everynow and then thanks to the randomness. 😎
Words of Wisdom for the Week
VS Code Tip of the Week
This week’s VS Code tip is the Tree find control. Search for files within the tree explorer and have…
I had a great time learning about @ClerkDev last week and how quickly you can get it up and running in an app.
User identity definitely doesn’t need to be complex! The recording will be up on YouTube soon.
Thanks again for hanging @james_r_perkins!
nickytonline went live on Twitch. Catch up on their Software and Game Development VOD now.
I also got to hang on Lucia Cerchie‘s Twitter Space, Frontend Fun: JS Frameworks and Deployment Platforms, this past week. Thanks for having me and all thanks to all the awesome speakers! Check out the recording if you missed it!