💉 Fully vaccinated and working with Supabase
I got my second dose of the vaccine. 😄 With the number of cases in India showing a slow rise again, I'm glad I can sleep just a lil' bit easier now.
I continued working with Supabase (opens in a new tab) over the week; I'm amazed at how much control it provides over interacting with my data, as well as Postgres (opens in a new tab)! Hopefully, I deploy it this week — you can always check out my progress in the pull request (opens in a new tab). 😄
Pre-Selling a Programming Course and Making $550k in Revenue — Josh Comeau (opens in a new tab) Josh is an absolute gem for the community, and his soon-to-be-released course was an instant buy for me when it was opened up for early bird. An in-depth interview about the "behind-the-scenes" stuff about his experience building the course which ended up selling $550k for early bird testers.
Building the most inaccessible site possible with a perfect Lighthouse score — Manuel Matuzovic (opens in a new tab) A post about developers and their responsibility to not blindly rely on automatic testing — With automatic testing alone one can’t ensure good quality. To prove that, Manuel builds the most inaccessible site possible with a perfect Lighthouse score.
On the <dl> — Ben Myers (opens in a new tab) A semantic element to represent a list of key-value pairs — a common UI pattern that, at the same time, is incredibly versatile!
Color and contrast, what does it mean? — Erik Kroes (opens in a new tab) Learn about how the color contrast ratio is determined, and what that means for you (and your palette).
- Google, Apple Hit by First Law Threatening Dominance Over App-Store Payments (opens in a new tab)
- Why Electron apps are fine (opens in a new tab)
- Software disenchantment (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 :)