😌 Beautiful code blocks, at last
I got to visit my mother's ancestral home in a little village today, had a ton of great food and met a bunch of relatives. I also made a ton of progress with adding shiki (opens in a new tab) as my syntax highlighter — I'm actually almost done! You can check out a live preview (opens in a new tab) of how it looks and check out my tweets (opens in a new tab) for a comparison of how it compares to what I was using earlier (prism-react-renderer (opens in a new tab), incredibly popular and probably your choice of syntax highlighter as well!)
There's still some final touches before I merge this, and you can check out the pull request (opens in a new tab) if that's your cup of chai! 😄
Code blocks, but better — Pedro Duarte (opens in a new tab) In my quest last week to use shiki for syntax highlighting, I stumbled upon Pedro's work — and now I have new goals! See how powerful a simple code block can be.
CSS is Going Gosh-Darned Hog Wild, I Tell Ya What — Chris Coyier//CSS-Tricks (opens in a new tab) It feels like we’re at one of the hottest moments of innovation in CSS history. And that feeling keeps getting more and more true all the time. Just in the last short while, here’s a list of things happening.
3 TypeScript Tricks I wish I knew when I learned TypeScript — Tim Raderschad (opens in a new tab) Pretty straightforward, and there's definitely at least one trick that you'll find useful!
Insight and some tips for anyone who might be "mentally exhausted because of WFH" — Reddit (opens in a new tab) It's Reddit, so make of that what you will but there's a bunch of things here that my now-colleagues also mentioned before I joined, so I know it's legit.
- The trailer for The Batman is out, and I am EXCITED for it (opens in a new tab) It looks quite different from what we're all used to so far — cannot wait to see how it turns out!
- Learn to build reliable and efficient software in Rust — Rust Adventure with Chris Biscardi (opens in a new tab) Chris' work is finally here and definitely worth a look
- Hacktoberfest Hackathon Winners 2021 — Supabase (opens in a new tab) There's a couple of really interesting projects here, and they're all open-sourced! Inspiration for your future project maybe? (I love Supabase, it's great!) — there's even Party Parrot as a Service (opens in a new tab)! 😄
- Writing the roadmap from engineer to manager — The Stack Overflow Podcast (opens in a new tab)
That's all for now, have a great week! If you're in India and over the age of 18, please get vaccinated (opens in a new tab) asap :)