Crossing the new year
December 30, 20191 min read
View whether its on par with remote from
local HEAD is more recent than
1231234561 - (HEAD -> feat/foo) My commit message (4 minutes ago) <Its Me>
remote HEAD is now on par with
1231234561 - (HEAD -> feat/foo, origin/feat/foo) My commit message (4 minutes ago) <Its Me>
Usually, I would have seen it from
gst instead where it notes how many commits my
local HEAD is behind
shoppertainment — entertainment on shopping platforms
adobe experience manager (aem) — its a drag and drop system for marketers or people in a hurry
aspell— a spellcheck on bash, it installs a huge library though 300+mb, using it as
alias="aspell list < "
read huijing’s blog
use a better clipboard — CopyClip from App Store
Watch these vids:
https://egghead.io/courses/designing-graphql-schemas-99db — not sure if free
I always chance upon things that are interesting, but never consistently note them down for reference when I’m free.
Google search console
Didn't know that there's a search console, which is similar to analytics console
google’s scrapping page preview site
I vaguely recalled that there's google site that provided an interface to view how google's crawler view your site. Might be education in terms of how your website is displayed on the web
shadow Dom, prevents selectors from selecting them. I suppose it is meant to be used for third party widgets like implement of features. But current it requires quite a bit of work to create them. It offers two modes; - Open: user can still access it by observing the structure from the Dom. - Closed: user cannot access Dom elements from shadow root as it will always return null. But it can access the variables of this components. This if you know what variables are available, you can still reach the Dom elements.
Its a really quick way to calculate number of non-0 values in a series of digits (binary or non-binary)
adb -s <DEVICE_ID> <COMMAND>to target specific devices if you have many devices attached
autocannona program that can spam requests to server
might be useful for stress testing?
node --inspect <file_name>can open flamegraph in
might be useful for the gameboy stuff