📖 VSCode has (Jupyter) Notebooks now
It's been an eventful week for me—I celebrated 3 years of dating my girlfriend! I (finally) became eligible for the Hacktoberfest rewards as well (you should be too! Go check your dashboard (opens in a new tab))
Apart from that, I was deeply engrossed with watching the latest CS:GO Major—and the team I've been supporting for years won (opens in a new tab)! I also finally watched the fifth season of Money Heist, so if you wanna tell me I'm too late in watching it now, reply to this email!
Build a link shortener in under 50 lines of code with Cloudflare Workers and KV (opens in a new tab) I'm amazed with everything that people are doing along with Cloudflare Workers, and this is another one of them!
You can use React Query for slow computation, not just API (opens in a new tab) Keep the RESTful API you're used to, get the request deduping, data caching, loading states, re-fetching, and hooks ergonomics you dream of—You can use those same ergonomics for any slow operation. Doesn't have to be an API call!
Notebooks, Visual Studio Code style (opens in a new tab) Jupyter Notebooks come to VSCode! They're great for iterating and working on small chunks of code, and since you can add Markdown—they're also great storytelling devices.
- You should use forums rather than Slack/Discord to support developer community (opens in a new tab)
- Hydrogen: Shopify-powered Framework for dynamic commerce (opens in a new tab)
- Mastercard introduces accessible card for blind and partially sighted people (opens in a new tab)
That's all for now, have a great week!
Stay kind 💜