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Brett M. Nelson - Friday, October 23, 2020

And now for somethings to read (or watch) over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.

Sass vars, CSS vars, and semantic theme vars

daverupert.com – Last week I got the opportunity to work on a side project that has no plans to include IE11 in the support matrix and let me tell you; what a wonderful feeling! This opens the door to a lot of fun CSS, namely Custom Properties. Adding a proper…

Node v15.0.1 (Current)

Node.js – Oct 21, 1:26 PM – crypto: fix regression on randomFillSync (James M Snell) This fixes issue https://github.com/nodejs/node/issues/35722. deps: upgrade npm to 7.0.3 (Ruy Adorno) doc: add release key for Danielle Adams (Danielle Adams) [ c509485c19 ] - build: use make…

Introducing the npm public roadmap and a new feedback process

The GitHub Blog – Myles Borins – Oct 22, 9:00 AM – npm is the world's largest package registry, powering the world's largest development community—JavaScript. Without them, npm would not be where it is today, and we know that maintaining open lines of communication and bringing transparency…

CSS Masonry Layout Module

raw.githack.com – Oct 15 – Unlike align-content / justify-content, normal behaves as start for these properties. So the default rendering is the expected packed masonry layout as shown in the top left corner in the example below. When multiple values are specified, the first…

Recursion vs Iteration: 13 Ways to Traverse a Tree.

Your DevOps Guy – Oct 15, 10:26 PM – To understand recursion, you must understand recursion. I will show you 13 different ways to traverse a tree to compare recursive and iterative implementations. This way, we will kill two birds with one stone: recursion and data structures and…

Till Next Week

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