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Last active Sep 14, 2020
Coding With Fire: enjalot Deadline Timer
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enjalot / .block
Created Sep 14, 2020
Coding With Fire: Deadline Timer
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const { load } = require("@alex.garcia/observable-prerender");
const puppeteer = require("puppeteer");
async function main() {
let mapWidth = 1920
let mapHeight = 1080
// let startDate = "20200301"
let startDate = "20200420"
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Last active Jul 29, 2020
coding with fire: stream hexagons
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Created Jul 20, 2020
coding with fire: stream example
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Created Jul 19, 2020
Coding with Doom Fire embed
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Last active Jul 14, 2020
Blockbuilder -> Archive Mode
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Blockbuilder is changing

Almost 5 years after the kickstarter made Blockbuilder real, it's time to make a hard choice. By the end of the year Blockbuilder will become a searchable archive of blocks.

2020 is a lot different from 2015... to say the least. In-browser IDEs and code sharing tools are way better and Observable is taking its rightful place as the standard tool for the #d3js community.

Back in 2015 there was no easy way to quickly share or tweak an existing d3 example, so almost 200 people backed the kickstarter, and in the 5 years since more than 5,000 people have used blockbuilder to create, fork and share d3 examples. In that same time period 400,000 people have visited Blockbuilder over 2 million times. The vast majority of those visits are to those very examples created by the community.

The Plan

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Created Jan 17, 2020
enjalot intro bounce
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