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  • Patrick Kollitsch
  • Tuesday, November 16, 2021 at 7:52 pm

    Hyper Shell

    There is nothing, you can’t do with Electron, apparently. Newest proof is Hyper, a shell inside of Electron (you read that right). Developed by Vercel, the app is theme-able and extensible by plugins, like any other Electron app. It doesn’t look though like any init scripts like .

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    … subscribe to Stefan Judis' Newsletter (click this link, load his site, scroll to the footer and subscribe). Trust me. It’s good. Weekly. His topics touch everything web development related and there is never an issue from which I don’t learn something new.

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    Photo by Mikhail Vasilyev via Unsplash
    Photo by Mikhail Vasilyev via Unsplash
    • Patrick Kollitsch
    • Wednesday, November 3, 2021 at 8:03 pm

      .gitignore for GoHugo

      I really like(d) the gitignore-generator of Toptal.com where you can create your own customised .gitignore file by selecting all tools, frameworks, programming languages etc. that you use in a project. I even contributed (which is not too hard, hint hint). But somehow all these changes were removed by merging the status of what appears to be the parent project for these .

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      Photo by Ferenc Almasi via Unsplash
      • Patrick Kollitsch
      • Tuesday, November 2, 2021 at 10:49 pm

        Converting frontmatter in GoHugo

        Some days ago I realised, that I keep all my configurations for GoHugo in the TOML format, while using YAML for the frontmatters in my content folder. That did not seem right ;) so I changed those too to TOML.

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        Photo by Yancy Min via Unsplash

        Learning to git with git

        I like to learn things by doing them. Recently I found a couple of interesting game formats that teach certain aspects of full stack developer’s life by playing a game. Let’s play? Oh My Git! is a game to learn Git, by using Git.

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        Photo by Christopher Gower via Unsplash

        CSP vs. syntax highlighting in GoHugo

        If you are using the code styling functionality of GoHugo then you might have stumbled over a common issue when you are using Content Security Policies (CSP) and inline styles. Using CSPs is the proper way these days to secure your site code but it is considered (in the realm of CSPs) bad style to have your style sheets or JavaScript inlined into your page.

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        Photo by Gerry Roarty on Unsplash
        Photo by Gerry Roarty on Unsplash

        Giscus Module for GoHugo

        Giscus is a new star on the comment systems for static website generators orbit. It is inspired by the wonderful utterances and uses Github Discussions to save comments. It’s open source, easily configurable, themeable, translatable, and you can host it on your own server (it’s JavaScript based) if you like.

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