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re: Introducing Reverie - A ridiculously elegant Jekyll theme for blogging
Thanks a lot, Paulo! Let me know if you need any help in ...
re: Implement Picture-in-Picture on the Web
This looks tempting!
re: 🎄🎁 DEV10 🎁🎄: A Christmas Gift for the Best Community on 🌍
I would prefer RSS over this.
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (Dec 17th edition)
Markdownify - A minimal Markdown editor desktop app ...
re: How my simple notepad app went from zero to 10k users monthly
Nope. It's been working smoothly even if on high traffic.
re: How my simple notepad app went from zero to 10k users monthly
That's because it only have one page.
re: My Blog Post Workflow: from Topic to Publication
Great article! I generally use Notepad to jot down the idea...
re: Best Open Source Tools For Developers 🛠
If you're looking for something simple, check Markdownify.
re: A beginner's introduction to working with redux in react
Thanks for this comprehensive tutorial!
re: Can I see your desktop home screen
I'm a little late to the party but here's my homescreen:
re: Explain JavaScript promises Like I'm Five
Nothing is more simpler than this: scotch.io/tutorials/java...
re: How software projects got their name
Thank you!
re: How software projects got their name
Wow! That's really interesting!
re: How software projects got their name
I'd also like to know how dev.to got its name. Can you shed...
re: How software projects got their name
Glad you liked it!
re: The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week
Thanks for featuring mine, Ben!
re: Essential Vanilla JavaScript Functions
Yeah. We can implement it that way as well. If you want you...
re: Essential Vanilla JavaScript Functions
Pardon me for that. I was curious and was just trying to do...
re: The dev.to tech stack
What's your revenue model for dev.to ?
re: What fonts do you use in your editor(s)?
I use Fixedsys Excelsior with programming ligatures, which ...
re: Build a full-fledge Markdown app with Electron
Yeah. What if I integrate the same in Markdownify itself? ;...
re: Handling time intervals in JavaScript
Hey @curtis, This seems really good approach. I'll definite...
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