Today's stream might not seem like much but we ended up getting much further than the first time around. We have our Twitch extension working locally where we can send a message and have it be received in the admin panel view. All with some HTML, JS and like two lines of CSS! pic.twitter.com/2uuXzfEX2P
Yeah, but I wouldn't mind if they would add line numbering, programming language support with colour coding and maybe autocomplete, too. Tutorials told before that to start learning HTML, you only need Notepad. Here's the time to remove its meme status to make it true.
I broke my website once with a blank line of html. Took a very long time to figure out the problem
i would add Emmet. if you don't use it you need to it will save you so much time you would love yourself for starting to use it. be it generating lorem for dummy text or generating complex html with 1 line along with class names and attributes
I don’t know Django, but in Ruby on Rails it is one or three lines of code to convert HTML documents into PDF, on the fly. I did an internship a couple of years ago. It was easy for me to learn and to handle, on the junior developer level. If companies can save time, they will :)
I feel like with MDX veers toward the "top-level component" idea again, where any time you have advanced content (even if it's just a few html/jsx tags on a single line) you have to port it out into its own file to take advantage of mdx.
Yes, there was html, but it was like 3 lines. It was amazing....I wish I could find it again. I thought at the time whoa...no more right click for the code of the page? That's basically how I taught myself html.