If you are looking to squash several commits into one in VS Code without having to use the console, I have a solution for you.
Random articles that cannot be categorised. Just not yet.
In the following article I want to relate how I started in the programming and web development industry, how I learned to code and build websites from scratch. Why did I write this you may ask? So I don’t forget. Time makes you forget things. My 28th birthday was close and I wanted to keep track of my professional development so I could read about it in the future. If you have ever kept a diary, you probably know how amazing it is to read your own stories as you grow up. Life has the tendency to move things around, but writing about it is the best way to keep everything almost intact for your future self. Anyway, lets get started!
The number of people perusing the web on mobile devices is huge, nobody can say otherwise. Ericsson reported that in the past year, mobile traffic more than doubled. The number of users in the United States alone who use the internet via a mobile device grew 19% over the past year. The Times of India recently reported that the number of mobile phones in the United Kingdom is now greater than the number of people there; not only that, but 27% of the adult population in Britain now uses a smartphone. It’s becoming clear that mobile browsing isn’t only here to stay, but it’s here to change the way we consume media. What does this mean for content creators and designers? In short, we must adapt and begin thinking about content in a more inclusive fashion.
Google started rolling the +1 button as an experimental version of Google Search. Today, the +1 button is available to everyone and this means that “you” as a webmaster can add the +1 button to your website and let people share on Google your content.
YouTube has an API to do this, however, there is an easier way to pull the thumbnails of a specific video if you know its ID. You can use this trick in any of your applications and it is not language specific.
I was coding a long signup form, a very nice one, with the jQuery Validation Plugin, but it wasn’t working. I started to strip the code, piece by piece so I can identify what was causing the plugin to ignore the form and I came up with the most stupid error you will ever seen in your life (at least I think so).
Yes, a little dot that I don’t even know how to write with my keyboard. I even tried to replicate it and I couldn’t. 2 hours of coding wasted on this little bastard. Can you believe that?…