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Weekly Digest 11/2022

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #11 of this year.

This weekly digest contains many interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, podcasts, and designs I consumed during this week.


Interesting articles to read

Aligning Content In Different Wrappers

How to align content with another section given that they are placed in different wrappers.

Aligning Content In Different Wrappers - Ahmad Shadeed

Optimizing SVG Patterns to Their Smallest Size

Here are radical ways of optimizing SVG patterns so that they contain as little code as possible without affecting the overall image quality.

Optimizing SVG Patterns to Their Smallest Size | CSS-Tricks

Claymorphism: Will It Stick Around?

This fresh new design trend has been picking up steam with the rising popularity of colorful inflated 3D graphics in web illustrations and with the latest Virtual Reality projects like “Horizon Worlds”. Let’s see if there is room for Claymorphism on the UI, and how we can create this effect with CSS.

Claymorphism: Will It Stick Around? - Smashing Magazine


Some great videos I watched this week

10 Design Patterns Explained in 10 Minutes

Software design patterns help developers to solve common recurring problems with code. Let's explore 10 patterns from the famous Gang of Four book and implement them with JavaScript and TypeScript.

by Fireship

Pi in the Sky Game

Happy Pi Day! How many delicious digits of Pi can you catch from the sky? In JavaScript!

by Daniel Shiffman

Thinking on ways to solve a loading bar

In today's GUI Challenge, @Adam Argyle shows how to style the built-in progress element and implement great screen reader UX, light and dark adaptive colors, custom animations, and more.

by Google Chrome Developers

Make your own Remix Stack

[by Kent C. Dodds](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAY9MWUF91c)

by Kent C. Dodds


Useful GitHub repositories

StandWithUkraine

This repository contains Readme Banners (and some useful docs) that can be used by OSS projects to spread the word, support, and help Ukraine in this disastrous situation.

GitHub logo vshymanskyy / StandWithUkraine

StandWithUkraine support materials

GitHub stars GitHub issues StandWithUkraine

This repository contains Readme Banners (and some useful docs) that can be used by OSS projects to spread the word, support and help Ukraine in this disastrous situation. Like this (click to open):

Stand With Ukraine

Ukrainian OSS community updates

For Maintainers and Authors

  1. Add one of the banners to your README.md. Badges are also available
  2. Get rid of Russian software and dependencies
  3. Deliver a message to your users (esp. those in Russia) along with your next release. See example here
  4. Follow the cyber safety guide

Projects that #StandWithUkraine

  • Awesome - Awesome lists about all kinds of interesting topics
  • MacPaw - A company behind prominent Mac software: CleanMyMac X, Setapp, Gemini 2, The Unarchiver
  • AVA.js - A test runner for Node.js that lets you develop with confidence
  • Wasm3 - WebAssembly engine
  • Rete.js - JavaScript framework for visual programming
  • Blynk - IoT platform
  • pnpm - Fast, disk space efficient package manager
  • PlatformIO

*Twitter API SDK for TypeScript*

A TypeScript SDK for the Twitter API. This library is built with TypeScript developers in mind, but it also works with JavaScript.

GitHub logo twitterdev / twitter-api-typescript-sdk

A TypeScript SDK for the Twitter API

Twitter API SDK for TypeScript

Introduction

A TypeScript SDK for the Twitter API. This library is built with TypeScript developers in mind, but it also works with JavaScript.

Note: This SDK is in beta and is not ready for production

You can find examples of using the client in the examples/ directory

Note: Only Twitter API V2 is supported

Features

  • Full type information for requests and responses
  • OAuth2 support
  • Supports Node.js 14+. Doesn't work in browser environments due to the Twitter API not supporting CORS

Installing

npm install twitter-api-sdk

Client

To setup the client we will authenticate with a bearer-token as follows

import { Client } from "twitter-api-sdk";
const client = new Client("MY-BEARER-TOKEN");
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For more information about authentication go here

Examples

Consuming a stream

import { Client } from "twitter-api-sdk";
const client = new Client(process.env.BEARER_TOKEN);

async
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dribbble shots

*AI launcher Dashboard*

by [Gleb Kuznetsov](https://dribbble.com/shots/17764319-AI-launcher-Dashboard)

by Gleb Kuznetsov

Photography Website - Exploration

by [Anggayudha](https://dribbble.com/shots/17765140-Photography-Website-Exploration)

by Anggayudha

Onboarding Screens-Doctor App

by [jubayer ahmed](https://dribbble.com/shots/17763461-Onboarding-Screens-Doctor-App)

by jubayer ahmed


Tweets


Picked Pens

Boppin' Bears

by JHey

Loading Goes Off Track

by Jon Kantner

Union

by George Francis


Podcasts worth listening

CodePen Radio – *Tiffany Choong*

Chris had tons of fun talking to Tiffany Choong this week! He loved learning her process of creating countless code art Pokémon characters.

Syntax – Handling Auth × Are Web Dev Real Developers? × Handling Git Conflicts × Converting PNG to Box-Shadow

In this potluck episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott answer your questions about handling auth, are web dev real developers, handling Git conflicts, converting PNG to Box-Shadow, bad docs vs no docs, making Shopify headless, and more.


Thank you for reading, talk to you next week, and stay safe! 👋

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