Le marketplace de Visual Studio Code n'est vraiment pas pratique pour trouver son bonheur dans les différents thèmes que la communauté met à notre disposition. Découvrez le site VSCodeThemes, qui permet de choisir beaucoup plus facilement son thème pour Visual Studio Code !
Many products and services these days relies on third-party platforms like Amazon's AWS and Google Cloud to work. After all, everything that can be turned into a subscription can be made into a business, and not everyone wants to run their own data centers or software platforms just to make an app. Unfortunately, that means that when one of those big players runs into a problem, it hits a pretty wide audience. Just earlier this hour, Google Cloud ran into a bit of a snag, and that has trickled over into other products like Snapchat, Discord, Evernote, Pokemon Go, and many others, though it should be resolving.
Just ran across this little gem.
new Date('2018-01-01') <- Sun Dec 31 2017 18:00:00 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time) new Date('2018/01/01') <- Mon Jan 01 2018 00:00:00 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)
I work in a Ruby on Rails agency, and we choose Ruby as our main programming language. But at the same time, we do use Elixir for a big part of our projects. How do we know when to use one of these programming languages? Here is the summary of the decision-making process. Elixir vs Ruby - where to use?
12 years ago web development had almost no tooling. There was no easy way to inspect the DOM, monitor the network or even console.log…