TIL about easier syntax highlighting and how to download WordPress.com email subscribers in a CSV.
A collection of Liquid templates I made for my Jekyll-powered blog: Adding open graph and Twitter cards, Disqus comments, posts by tag, a heatmap calendar for posts, and a book review template.
Today I learned about best practices in development infrastructure and git.
TIL how to check for keys and look up values in arrays, as well as how to restrict files via .htaccess.
TIL how to do basic logging to CSV in PHP and how to highlight syntax in Jekyll.
I didn’t do much technical work today besides some front-end debugging. Instead I did a lot of administrative and project management work and ended up thinking a lot about how I work.
My first personal project that I released on Github – A custom slash command that enables users to put time entries into Toggl from Slack.
TIL how to convert unicode characters in PHP and I released my first personal project on Github.
TIL about date/time conversions in PHP and a lesson about automatic inheritance in CSS.
TIL how to sort tags alphabetically in Liquid and I did some reflection on work and the status quo.
TIL how to keep track of files and requests in Slack.
Today I learned how to tackle my RSI issues and I thought about useful analytics and product scalability.
TIL the basics of Meteor, how to tell Apache where to find your 404 page, and all about secure hash algorithms.
TIL how to make code snippets pretty, which VPN client to use, and common misconceptions about privacy.
TIL two ways to tile patterns in Photoshop. One is manual and time consuming, the other is fast, easy, and less prone to error. I also re-learned some stuff about Homestead and Composer.
TIL about what to consider when architecting and planning out a software development project, how to automate the tedious parts of my TIL posts, how to tackle the lack of parent selectors in CSS, and project-wide find and replace in Coda.
TIL about upgrading Jekyll from 2 to 3 and how to make a TIL index template in Liquid.
TIL about creating pull requests on Github, accessing Reddit’s APIs with Python and storing that data in MySQL, and quirks with CSS’s flexbox module