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eyeseast / python.md
Last active May 6, 2024 17:11
How to set up Python in 2022

I have an updated version of this on my blog here: https://chrisamico.com/blog/2023-01-14/python-setup/.

Python

This is my recommended Python setup, as of Fall 2022. The Python landscape can be a confusing mess of overlapping tools that sometimes don't work well together. This is an effort to standardize our approach and environments.

Tools and helpful links:

  • Python docs: https://docs.python.org/3/
  • Python Standard Library:  - Start here when you're trying to solve a specific problem
@jonathantneal
jonathantneal / command.js
Last active October 26, 2022 07:20
Executable JavaScript Modules
":" //#;exec /usr/bin/env node --input-type=module - $@<$0
import process from 'process'
const { argv } = process
console.log(argv)
export const h=(t,p,...c)=>({t,p,c,k:p&&p.key})
export const render=(e,d,t=d.t||(d.t={}),p,r,c,m,y)=>
// arrays
e.map?e.map((e,p)=>render(e,d,t.o&&t.o[p])):
// components
e.t.call?(e.i=render((render.c=e).t(Object.assign({children:e.c},e.p),e.s=t.s||{},t=>
render(Object.assign(e.s,t)&&e,d,e)),t.i||d,t&&t.i||{}),d.t=t=e):(
// create notes
m=t.d||(e.t?document.createElement(e.t):new Text(e.p)),
// diff props
@jkrems
jkrems / index.md
Last active November 3, 2023 14:34
JavaScript: Classic Scripts vs. Modules vs. CommonJS

JavaScript File Format Differences

There's the pervarsive notion that all JS is created equal and that there's only minor and easily detectable differences between the various file formats used to author JavaScript. This is correct, from a certain point of view.

A certain point of view?

For many people writing JavaScript that gets passed into build tools,

Algorithmic layouts

You are looking at the most important, and most abundant thing on the web. You can't see it, unfortunately, because it's very small… aaaaand it's invisible — so having a magnifying glass doesn't really help here. But still.

I'm talking, of course, about U+0020; not to be confused with the band U2, who are just as ubiquitous, but far less useful.

This unicode point, representing the humble space character, is between every word, in every run of text, on every page of the web. And it has a very special characteristic: it's not sticky like glue. If two words are neighbors but there's not enough room for both of them, the space will free the second word to wrap around and start a new line.

Before getting into flexible containers, viewport meta tags, and @media breakpoints this humble character is what makes the web fundamentally 'responsive'. That is: able to change the layout of its content to suit different devices, contexts, and settings. Browser text does this automa

@bluesmoon
bluesmoon / loader.html
Last active January 3, 2024 20:40
A CSP compliant non-blocking script loader
<script id="nb-loader-script">
(function(url) {
// document.currentScript works on most browsers, but not all
var where = document.currentScript || document.getElementById("nb-loader-script"),
promoted = false,
LOADER_TIMEOUT = 3000,
IDPREFIX = "__nb-script";
// function to promote a preload link node to an async script node
@krisleech
krisleech / renew-gpgkey.md
Last active June 21, 2024 13:38
Renew Expired GPG key

Renew GPG key

Given that your key has expired.

$ gpg --list-keys
$ gpg --edit-key KEYID

Use the expire command to set a new expire date:

var str = 'class ಠ_ಠ extends Array {constructor(j = "a", ...c) {const q = (({u: e}) => {return { [`s${c}`]: Symbol(j) };})({});super(j, q, ...c);}}' +
'new Promise((f) => {const a = function* (){return "\u{20BB7}".match(/./u)[0].length === 2 || true;};for (let vre of a()) {' +
'const [uw, as, he, re] = [new Set(), new WeakSet(), new Map(), new WeakMap()];break;}f(new Proxy({}, {get: (han, h) => h in han ? han[h] ' +
': "42".repeat(0o10)}));}).then(bi => new ಠ_ಠ(bi.rd));';
try {
eval(str);
} catch(e) {
alert('Your browser does not support ES6!')
}
@Rich-Harris
Rich-Harris / service-workers.md
Last active June 14, 2024 06:20
Stuff I wish I'd known sooner about service workers

Stuff I wish I'd known sooner about service workers

I recently had several days of extremely frustrating experiences with service workers. Here are a few things I've since learned which would have made my life much easier but which isn't particularly obvious from most of the blog posts and videos I've seen.

I'll add to this list over time – suggested additions welcome in the comments or via twitter.com/rich_harris.

Use Canary for development instead of Chrome stable

Chrome 51 has some pretty wild behaviour related to console.log in service workers. Canary doesn't, and it has a load of really good service worker related stuff in devtools.