This is the second video in 3-video series on using Notion. In Part 1 we covered a lot of ground on what Notion is how it’s great for any team, and web development teams in particular.
Which is the RedwoodJS idea of Cells. To me, it feels like a slightly cleaner version of how Apollo wants you to do it with useQuery. Shawn makes that same connection and I know RedwoodJS uses Apollo, so I’m thinking it’s some nice semantic sugar.
The other day in “Static or not?” I said:
In CSS, the mask-repeat property tells a mask if it should repeated or not and in which directions. It’s a lot like background-repeat. The default is repeat. … Read article “mask-repeat”
Scrollbars are natural progress meters. How far the scrollbar is down or across is how much progress has been made scrolling through that element (often the entire page). But, they are more like progress indicators than meters, if you think of a meter as something that “fills up” as you go.
Andrew Welch sings the praises of using Docker containers for local dev environments:
But, SVG filters to the rescue. … Read article “Creating a Pencil Effect in SVG”
That’s not a thing.