Articles tagged with “TIL” (17 articles)
How to open Firefox Developer Edition from the command line on Mac OSPosted on
Find out how you can open Firefox Developer Edition from your command line on Mac OS
How to catch errors as soon as they occur in bash scriptsPosted on
A quick tip to let you fail fast a bash script as soon as errors occur.
Today I learned: How to assert the new active element after Tab keydown event in JestPosted on
Find out how to make your Jest test, that uses Tab keydown to move the focus, to pass.
How to use git worktree and in a clean wayPosted on
Discover git worktree, this git feature you wish you would have discovered years before and how to use it in a clean way
How to disable a variable font's variation features with open source toolsPosted on
Step-by-step guide to strip variation features off of a variable font
How do browsers process the @font-face src descriptor listPosted on
A reference note to know how browsers do process the comma-separated list specified in the @font-face src descriptor
Today I learned: How to encode/decode base64 string from the command linePosted on
Learn how you can encode and decode strings to or from base64 string, right from the command line.
Today I learned: How to "include" a link inside a form input labelPosted on
Learn how to markup a form input label with a link in a accessible manner
Today I learned: How to suspend Vim temporarily, run some commands, and go backPosted on
Ever wanted to quickly get out of Vim to run some commands and jump back into it and resume where you left it? This post is for you.
Today I learned: How to delete until the beginning of the line including the cursor in VimPosted on
Learn about vim exclusive character motions and how to turn them into inclusive motions
Today I learned: How to show current buffer's path in Vim's normal modePosted on
Learn the Vim shortcut to reveal the current buffer's path in the command line from normal mode.
Today I learned: How to style a <fieldset>'s <legend> element as display inlinePosted on
Learn how to work around the dodginess of HTML <legend> tag to make it behave as it would be `display: inline` or `display: inline-block`.
How to repurpose a 2006 Macbook into a Linux laptopPosted on
Learn how to install Lubuntu 16.04 on a 2006 Macbook.
Today I learned: How to tailor my `npm init` experiencePosted on
Learn how to customize your `npm init` experience by creating a .npm-init.js file.
Today I learned: HTML input checkbox can have an indeterminate statePosted on
Spotlight on little-known indeterminate state of HTML input checkbox.