- github1s: One second to read GitHub code with VS Code
- How to enhance fetch() with the Decorator Pattern
- Ky - Delightful HTTP Requests
- VS Code’s REST Client Plugin is All You Need to Make API Calls
- You might not need jQuery
- Parsing Markdown into an Automated Table of Contents
- FakeScroll - lightweight custom-looking scrollbars
github1s: One second to read GitHub code with VS Codeby netcon (conwnet)
How do you peak in the code of a Github repository? Navigate back and forth on github.com? The chinese developer netcon from Shenzhen has better idea: just add the 2 characters 1s to the github url and the repository opens up in the new version of VSCode, which now can be built for browsers. Pretty handy…
How to enhance fetch() with the Decorator Patternby Dmitri Pavlutin
Ky - Delightful HTTP Requestsby Sindre Sorhus
Fetch is nice, but if you want it nice and easy, you have to rely on a 3rd-party library, like *Ky. Sindre Sorhus did a great job to bring fetching in one line, within around 13KB.
VS Code’s REST Client Plugin is All You Need to Make API Callsby Paige Niedringhaus
Using Postman or Nightingale for testing your microservices? Not absolutely necessary, as there are possibilities to do it right in VSCode, as Paige show us in her post here. No need to leave your editor.
It’s not often that a developer has to display raw JSON data on a website or app. Pavel from the Ukraine has a solution to do this with style.
You might not need jQueryby Zack Bloom and Adam Schwartz
Oleksii has collected a huge bunch of useful JS methods in his Github repository and has translated the docs for every method into 14 (!) languages. Whoop … what a job! Ever wanted to know how to calculate the Euclidean Distance? Oleksii has the answer and the code.
moment.js, maybe the most used JS library for calculating dates, is now in maintenance mode, because it is getting on in years. A good alternative is date-fns, which supports tree-shaking and other modern approaches. In addition to that, you will find here and here good comparisons between several date libraries or even native JS.
Parsing Markdown into an Automated Table of Contentsby Lisi Linhart
A well-structured text has headings, subheadings and paragraphs. For the web we often write our stuff in Markdown. Lisi shows us how to process such a Markdown file to get a TOC automatically.
FakeScroll - lightweight custom-looking scrollbarsby Yair Even Or
The scrollbar belongs to the website or app a developer is creating, in my opinion. Therefore it is a mess what browser manufacturers offer developers in terms of possibilities. Yair has constructed a JS library which replaces the build-in scrollbars completely with standard HTML elements. Nice…
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