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Graphical User Interfaces for Git

Git is command-line-driven software, but that doesn't mean you have to use the command line to make it work. There are lots of options! Some of the deepest programmer nerds I know prefer to use GUIs for Git (Graphic
User Interface, or you know, software you can see things and click stuff), and some near pure-designers I know prefer working with the command line for Git. Swear to Git.

Lemme round up what look like the major players for … Read article

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Prettier & Beautify

Aww, what a cute blog post title, right?

Prettier is an "opinionated code formatter." I highly suggest using it. They have a document going deeper into the reasons, but their three marketing bullet points say it best:

  • You press save and code is formatted
  • No need to discuss style in code review
  • Saves you time and energy

But Prettier doesn't do all languages. Notably HTML. … Read article

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What I Learned by Building My Own VS Code Extension

VS Code is slowly closing the gap between a text editor and an integrated development environment (IDE). At the core of this extremely versatile and flexible tool lies a wonderful API that provides an extensible plugin model that is relatively easy for JavaScript developers to build on. With my first extension, VS Code All Autocomplete, reaching 25K downloads, I wanted to share what I learned from the development and maintenance of it with all of you.… Read article

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On Switching Code Editors

I'm sure a lot of you are like me and have switched code editors a number of times. I think my first major editor was Coda. Then I moved to TextMate when I started working primarily on local. Then Sublime Text. And, most recently, VS Code. I bet your journey was different. I know lots of folks that quite love Atom, Brackets, WebStorm, and even BBedit. You do you!

For me, that's four … Read article

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VS Code Can Do That?

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