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What's something you always have to Google?

madza profile image Madza ・1 min read

I always have to look up JS array methods 'slice' and 'splice' and regex.

What about you - is there something you need to Google again and again despite of using it multiple times before?


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flexbox properties. But I find this article really helpful.


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Hope it helps on any way :)


We all have this article in our bookmarks :D


I love css-tricks, lots of high quality articles there 🔥❤


This cheat sheet is good too. I usually refer to it when dealing with flex.


grid, in my case; but css properties' naming is very confusing.


Same here 😃😃


Well, how to generate an SSH key


"remove children from parent"

Getting really weird results some how.. 🤷‍♂️


Haha, lol 😃😃 Google takes everything directly and not cares what background are you in 😃😃


Seeing they track about everything I'm just surprised haha 😂


'css how to' + anything


Bookmark this and let me know if I missed something 😆 😆


'center an element in a div' is a great starting point 😂😂
recently I use place-items: center, tho 😉


I keep forgetting some commands.. So askUbuntu.. Hahaha! I must have ten billion bookmarks on commands. Lol its easier to use Google than to go through all my saved bookmarks.. That's actually funny 😂


LOL, this is funny one.. I always google: "PHP String contains" and go to this article: stackoverflow.com/questions/436673...

Should finally remember this! :D


You should bookmark it or print it on the wall 😃😃


String and array 'slice' 'splice' regex Material UI component props


How to use .reduce() in JavaScript


yeah and that one too 😉


Regex for sure.... every time I need a new regular expression I find myself back on Stack Overflow or Regex101 learning it again the hard way 🤦


In case you don't find it on SO, or wish to see more suggestions, I'd highly recommend using github.com/aloisdg/awesome-regex#c...


Command line for tar compression / decompression. I know I know them, but I'm never sure enough to not check it first


I wrote a book on regexp, so I now look that up instead of searching online ;)


Regular expression rules :)
my favorite is regex101.com for online edit


media queries ... wich one is max or min ? is there a parenthese somewhere ?
All . The . ****** . Time


Less than/Greater than sign to give my head relief that I'm right and JavaScript sucks.

Am I the weird one?


I always have to google lsof -i -P -n | grep LISTEN (show ports in use). I can never memorize the flags lol.


lol 😃😃😃


"js how to check empty object"

Too much times...


then you put your hands on a project with jQuery you get j.query ini object even the object didn't exist on the DOM and the world explodes 😆


I have to review the strategy pattern for dependency injection in .net core quite a bit. It's nice once it's set up, but it's easy to miss a step during the set up.


I've to code this each time I put my hands into a new machine or project 😆


Always google how to move an item in array. it's so simple but somehow I can't remember that