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A very tiny ant got inside one of my external monitor screen. How do I get it out? Also any suggestion to keep ants away from electronic stuff?20
Created a tiny Spotify client exposing some handy methods to play with :) Have a look fam.
🚀 Hi guys, I created a minimal-looking Hackernews client.
It's still not complete yet. But I'm sharing anyway. Feedbacks are welcome ❤
It's live at https://hn-redesign.vercel.app
Here is the source:
Hi guys, I created a tiny Anime quotes API called Animechan. Totally free to use anywhere 😊✨
✨ Gave my portfolio a fresh minimal look and feel. Integrated Spotify to show my currently playing track, just a fun little tweak.
Leave any review for future improvement :)20
This is something I think about a lot. Value of Licenses in open source! As long as it is open source people don't seem to care much about the license attached to it.
There is this portfolio a girl desiged and created herself and made it open source. And she clearly states that she spent hours of time designing it so if you use this then do make sure give credit in the footer saying she designed it. Then I see a lot of people using her repo as their own with zero credit to her. That's just awful.29
Hi guys. It's unicorndev again.✨
Yesterday I made a post on a CLI app that brings your Github feed to the terminal. And the response from you guys was very nice. Since that was the initial release there were some minor bugs and issues left. So I just released v1.2.2 with some of these issues fixed ex:
- Filtering out depandabot events.
- Detecting Github user name the right way.
- Adding update notifier for future releases.
If you installed the tool yesterday then please update it to the latest version. Thanks :)
✨ I created a cli tool that brings my GitHub feed right to my terminal.
It's just a fun idea that I had since I have this habit of checking my github feed every now and then. So made this tool to do it right from my working terminal.
The project is open-sourced in Github
How to write tests for a scraping script cause the website dom may change at anytime so using a website is not an option while writing tests .4
I just upgraded my newly installed KDE Plasma and now I am stuck on Memtest forever. Help anyone? I can't even exit out of this everytime I do It starts again.6
For couple of days I have noticed that when i roll over my left eye. It causes a little pain. nothing else. just when i rollover and try to look up. I think may be because I am starring at the monitor way too much. Have anyone ever experienced anything similar?6
What is the use of https in local host? Do I really need to enforce it in local server even tho I'll add ssl cert after it gets deployed anyway! For example an express server in localhost .Does it need ssl in local server?8
I need to uninstall WSL from windows 10. And the Microsoft docs suggests that uninstall with 'lxrun' command then also in one of their reference pages it says that lxrun is deprecated for windows 10. tf4
You can check the project here if you want 🦄
Is Fastify really better than other libraries like express as it claims?
It claims that it's way faster than express
(Thinking about switching my express server to Fastify)14
Do we need compression on api level? say I have a rest api sending json data on requests. So if compression is needed then should it be in the server when returning the json response or in the client side when receiving it? which one is ideal?13
I made a GitHub Action which adds a "work-in-progress" loading gif to your README. 🦄
You can use it as a nice little placeholder especially when creating a new repo until you actually update your readme with real docs.
(It will create a new README for you repo if there isn't one already.)
ps: I wanted to learn how GitHub Actions work so learned a lot by creating this tiny action.4
Here are some facts I found out recently when my linter threw some errors. Just wanted to share with the community. Add anything in the commnets that you wanna share that others don't know.10
Things i have changed during this quarantine :
1. Switched to yarn from npm
2. Started using vim as default code editor.
4. added Ubuntu Subsystem
3. Picked Firefox .ditched chrome.
Do you have any new changes?15
Why devRant is not open source?
I know that it has a Github issue tracker with a awful amount issues.
Wouldn't it be better if people could work on the platform to improve it since most of the devRant users are developers.
(Just a random thought i had)11
Yo the developers I see on Instagram are doing 100days of code with 3/4 monitors along with a laptop and tablet side by side. rich af lol. seems like a show off but idk.may be im saying that cause i can't currently afford it lol.14
How to separately host the backend and the frontend ???
I have express API repository which is currently hosted in Heroku along with its documentation site written in ejs.
But now I'm planning on separating the docs website with gatsby and moving it into another repo and hosting it on netlify while the API service still remains in Heroku.
Here is the end goal :
"/" : the docs website.(netlify)
"/api" : the API services.(heroku)
Can someone help me with how to implement this in the actual application?3
I created Syzer⚡ a cli tool that updates all of your npm dependencies at one go.
The reasons behind building this: 📝
1) I personally hate updating my project dependencies manually.
2) There are other similar libraries that do the same thing but I tried one and too much config. I had to specify the package.json file to update it. then what was the point of using that library. So ended up creating one myself.
3) 'npm update' already exists I know but it does not update the package.json file with the latest version tags.
For more info on how the use the tool check it's README instructions. 👋14
Github Card v2.0.0 released 🎉 : Dark Theme is available now.
A few days ago I published the GitHub card widget with the default light theme and after that, I got a few requests on creating a dark theme for it so finally, here it is :) Do star it if you like the project.8
I created a live covid19 stats tracking website.😷🚀
I also just launched this site in producthunt.
So if you find this website helpful in anyway then do upvote and share :) thank you.11
I created a GitHub Profile Card widget that can be easily embedded in your portfolio 🎉