February seems to be a month of changes for me. This one finds me on the job hunt for a remote position.
Thankfully, I made the most out of it, since I found the time to do some projects.
An ex-colleague of mine and I, had this talk about how to structure the css code we were working on. I never liked the idea of ordering my css alphabetically. Consider the following snippet:
display: flex; border: 1px solid tomato; background: #efefef60; align-items: center; justify-content: start; ... animation: whatever 2s forwards;
If I sort everything alphabetically,
align-items will end up first, while
display will be somewhere in the middle. It's a bit unpleasant to read to be honest.
What my colleague suggested, was to sort them by type. That's an interesting approach, but will definitely have some overhead at first. Consequently I made this little formatter in order to automate the process for a bit.
Why is it pink? Because it's fabulous.
Give it a go!
I started tweaking my favourite theme, in order to make the sidebar items provide more feedback. It was really hard to distinguish the active file from the rest, so I wanted to apply some opacity at first.
In the end, I kept the syntax but did some massive changes to the rest of it.
Couple days later I made another one, but this time from scratch.
Seems pretty good. Needs couple of tweaks but so far I'm happy.
There's also the Hyper terminal counterpart. It was pretty easy to port.
Testing the waters on how one would develop a simple React plugin.
Isolating the CSS seems to be the real challenge, that is if you don't want to add some extra dev dependecies for the user.
Cool beans; will probably revisit it sometime, since making a UI Library has been in my mind for a long time.
Took some time to really get a feel of ES6, and what better way to go wild with it than Codewars.
It's also a nice preperation for couple code golf interview questions.
Well I did some tweaks I wanted for some time like:
Still needs to be done:
Quick and dirty implementation, so I won't have to bother much while trying to watch UFC again.
Jumping on the bandwagon and posting some dotfiles I use. Still trying to figure out how to include the brew one.
Simple Vue.js interface I made as part of an job interview. It was a nice change to write Vue after so much React code. Pretty happy with it.
I was supposed to make a simple view for a tree generation algorithm. Webpack 4 was released so I had to try it, thus I made it in React.
Actually, I'll stick with updating my blog for a bit, while waiting out for any remote position that catches my eye.
As I see it right now, I would like to:
Actually I completed
and I'm currently reading