What's everybody working on this weekend?
I have started using my powers of being anal about documentation formatting to pray on tiny projects that have misrendered READMEs.
More like, I accidently stumbled on a project that made links like (this) [https://example.com] which won't be right with the space. So 1/4 PRs done :P
lol what did I read " Anal about documentation" , what does that even mean
Often short hand for anal-retentive. Can often seem like a negative ie nit picky or fussy, but is a godsend when it comes to documentation.
How many times have you come across docs where the instructions don’t work?
many times, of course, I didn't mean to offend anyone. But if anyone is offended I deeply apologize for that fact :)
I just got my first pr in for this year's Hacktoberfest, and it's to Kotlin!
Ehhh, I'm not sure if I will get to Hacktoberfest stuff this weekend. It's the middle of project week, which I haven't started coding yet, and I have some freelance work to catch up on.
If only there was more time in the day!
Worked on code-notes adding github enterprise gists support so if anyone here has enterprise please feel free to test it. github.com/lauthieb/code-notes/pul... Got a few other things to work on, and also need to get started on my game. 😭
Creating a dashboard with tailwindcss so I can work on my financial dashboard application.
Sent a PR to DEV 🕺🕺
This is Fix For #4106.
The current color-picker does not show a preview so it is hard to guess the color contrast. I added a preview (screenshot added below) which shows your selected colors.
Also, Added a <input type="color"> which makes it is easy to select the color.
Since there are other pages that depend on 'color-picker' class I did not change anything in colorPicker.js or any of the styles of current color-picker. I created a new file colorPreview.js and some new classes in html.
My first PR To DEV!
I was not very sure if I could do this or not since DEV's codebase is probably the largest codebase I've ever worked on but now I'm super proud of myself to complete this 🌻
Me showing this code to everyone :
Validator.js and class-validator
I'm just working on a personal Blazor WebAssembly project.
Just finished building this Chrome extension to shave about 3 seconds off my Javadoc searches:
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