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wesbos / tab-trigger.js
Created Nov 16, 2015
How to properly get a TAB trigger working with Emmet inside of JSX
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{
"keys": ["tab"],
"command": "expand_abbreviation_by_tab",
// put comma-separated syntax selectors for which
// you want to expandEmmet abbreviations into "operand" key
// instead of SCOPE_SELECTOR.
// Examples: source.js, text.html - source
"context": [
{
@paulirish
paulirish / what-forces-layout.md
Last active Jan 27, 2021
What forces layout/reflow. The comprehensive list.
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What forces layout / reflow

All of the below properties or methods, when requested/called in JavaScript, will trigger the browser to synchronously calculate the style and layout*. This is also called reflow or layout thrashing, and is common performance bottleneck.

Generally, all APIs that synchronously provide layout metrics will trigger forced reflow / layout. Read on for additional cases and details.

Element APIs

Getting box metrics
  • elem.offsetLeft, elem.offsetTop, elem.offsetWidth, elem.offsetHeight, elem.offsetParent
@ericelliott
ericelliott / defaults-overrides.md
Last active Sep 8, 2020
ES6 defaults / overrides pattern
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ES6 Defaults / Overrides Pattern

Combine default parameters and destructuring for a compact version of the defaults / overrides pattern.

function foo ({
    bar = 'no',
    baz = 'works!'
  } = {}) {
@ericelliott
ericelliott / lambda-not-anon.md
Last active Nov 6, 2020
The distinction between anonymous functions and lambdas in JavaScript.
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TL;DR - Lambda means "function expression used as data".

Anonymous function means "function without a name".

This is one of the relatively few cases where the Wikipedia definition of a word, while not entirely wrong, is misleading. Lambdas and anonymous functions are distinct ideas.

These ideas are commonly confused because in many programming languages (and lambda calculus) all lambdas are anonymous or vise verse.

In JavaScript, not all lambdas are anonymous, and not all anonymous functions are used as lambdas, so the distinction has some practical meaning.

View bling.js
/* bling.js */
window.$ = document.querySelectorAll.bind(document);
Node.prototype.on = window.on = function (name, fn) {
this.addEventListener(name, fn);
}
NodeList.prototype.__proto__ = Array.prototype;
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moved to github --> https://github.com/bill-auger/git-branch-status/
@tracker1
tracker1 / 01-directory-structure.md
Last active Jan 26, 2021
Anatomy of a JavaScript/Node project.
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Directory structure for JavaScript/Node Projects

While the following structure is not an absolute requirement or enforced by the tools, it is a recommendation based on what the JavaScript and in particular Node community at large have been following by convention.

Beyond a suggested structure, no tooling recommendations, or sub-module structure is outlined here.

Directories

  • lib/ is intended for code that can run as-is
  • src/ is intended for code that needs to be manipulated before it can be used
@bomberstudios
bomberstudios / sketch-plugins.md
Last active Oct 16, 2020
A list of Sketch plugins hosted at GitHub, in no particular order.
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@SlexAxton
SlexAxton / .zshrc
Last active Jan 2, 2021
My gif workflow
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gifify() {
if [[ -n "$1" ]]; then
if [[ $2 == '--good' ]]; then
ffmpeg -i $1 -r 10 -vcodec png out-static-%05d.png
time convert -verbose +dither -layers Optimize -resize 600x600\> out-static*.png GIF:- | gifsicle --colors 128 --delay=5 --loop --optimize=3 --multifile - > $1.gif
rm out-static*.png
else
ffmpeg -i $1 -s 600x400 -pix_fmt rgb24 -r 10 -f gif - | gifsicle --optimize=3 --delay=3 > $1.gif
fi
else
@jareware
jareware / SCSS.md
Last active Jan 21, 2021
Advanced SCSS, or, 16 cool things you may not have known your stylesheets could do
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⇐ back to the gist-blog at jrw.fi

Advanced SCSS

Or, 16 cool things you may not have known your stylesheets could do. I'd rather have kept it to a nice round number like 10, but they just kept coming. Sorry.

I've been using SCSS/SASS for most of my styling work since 2009, and I'm a huge fan of Compass (by the great @chriseppstein). It really helped many of us through the darkest cross-browser crap. Even though browsers are increasingly playing nice with CSS, another problem has become very topical: managing the complexity in stylesheets as our in-browser apps get larger and larger. SCSS is an indispensable tool for dealing with this.

This isn't an introduction to the language by a long shot; many things probably won't make sense unless you have some SCSS under your belt already. That said, if you're not yet comfy with the basics, check out the aweso