Somehow this straightforward anchoring tutorial turned into an engineering brain dump.
I found that my projects folder was taking up 50GB (?!?!).
The tables didn't seem to stick around. I couldn't for the life of me figure out why.
If you're familiar with the Screen Time APIs on iOS, you know how restrictive they are. Here's a workaround.
Here's how I went from zero to "triggering a notification from the DeviceActivityMonitor extension".
Let's pretend our life depends on transmitting as much tutorial as possible in the least time.
No unsafe crap here.
In a truly intense "daily hustle", you don't learn or do much. It's repetitive, boring and too structured.
Seriously, cut it out. You're developing a trauma response you won't be able to control.
I absolutely adore FigJam. It's been there, hiding in plain sight, and I never even bothered to try it. It's now become my favorite brainstorming tool: it's (close to) the perfect digital moodboard for me. What's been getting me interested in moodboards lately is my quick adoption of Apple's Freeform: when I first found out they were going to launch it in an update, I became ecstatic. I'd been dreaming of a well-integrated, well-functioning moodboarding app for a while. Turns out... it's a du
Here's a quick snippet that allows you to send messages to a Discord channel using a webhook.
Here's a quick snippet that allows for On-Demand ISR in NextJS and Ghost.
If you're ever struggling with a horizontal CSS overflow, here's a neat trick.
Here's a quick snippet that will save developers using Paddle and Elixir many hours of frustration.
Developing a separate frontend for your API backend doesn't have to be multiple-codebase pain.
A journey into the world of distributed denial-of-service attacks.