Programming requires a ton of focus to be productive and to write proper code. Coffee, soda, energy drinks, expresso, niccotine, adderal, and many others are known to be a programmer’s “secret weapon”. To combat this common and unhealthy life style, I went 2 weeks without any of these enhancing chemicals to improve my focus in a healthier way and the alternatives have improved my focus for longer periods of time, I get more work done, I feel happier and healthier, and I am much more enthusiastic about work.
If you depend on the secret weapons mentioned above, it is time…
A skeleton in Vim is an autofilling template for file extensions. Most other advanced text editors and IDE’s most likely have this built in.
For example, I create a new HTML file and it automatically fills the file with the basic structure of an HTML file. Example:
$ vim test.html
Then with Vim magic, we have our basic structure already there:
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1, shrink-to-fit=no"><title>Page Title</title>
<meta name="description" content="Description">
<meta name="author" content="Zachary Tyhacz"><link rel="stylesheet" href="css/styles.css">
Before we can add the functionality snippet to our…
Getting a frontend development project started can be a bit tricky these days. There’s many tools, frameworks, libraries, package managers, and boiler plates to get started with. In this short get-started walkthrough, we will get a standard ReactJS application with TypeScript and Sass/SCSS set up and running incredibly fast using the Parcel bundler.
The Parcel Bundler is a newer and lesser known application bundler like Webpack, but the awesome thing about Parcel is that there is no configuration. You just get your project started and things ‘just work’.
With VueJS and ReactJS in the past, getting TypeScript and Sass setup…
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