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Tom Witkowski
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Tom Witkowski 10m
But all this is the bonus. In opposite to the apple watch. And it depends on the device whatelse they support.
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Tom Witkowski 16m
explained it well: they are ONLY made for tracking sports! 🚀 It's like comparing an Amazon Echo with a Bose sound system or similar. 😉
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Tom Witkowski 18m
Depends on the device. But most real sports devices have built-in if they are watches or support a real HR sensor via ANT+.
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Tom Witkowski 15h
But that doesn't allow to customize. I think a "codepen" with tailwind.config.js + html would be better!? 🤔
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Tom Witkowski 16h
After a talk with today I got the idea to add some companies putting trust in packages. 📦 Looking good so far, will happily add more companies. 😉
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Tom Witkowski 22h
Like said it's about testability and which way the redirect/response takes.
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Tom Witkowski Sep 26
Replying to @robzolkos @adamwathan
Isn't the dress more fg-purple ? 🤔😉
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Tom Witkowski Sep 26
That would be the task of the tool - AI analyze input and create corresponding output! 🎉
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Tom Witkowski Sep 26
I think you've qualified as "Chief Content Officer" of such platform! 😉😅🚀
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Tom Witkowski Sep 26
Doesn't this append the current page? Or does the paginator override appended queries? 🤔 Never tried it.^^
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Tom Witkowski Sep 25
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Tom Witkowski Sep 25
Replying to @devgummibeer
The major benefit is that you can resolve your models now by pseudo fields. Let's say you have a 1:1 relationship and want to resolve your main model by an attribute from the sub model. Just add a scope which uses `whereHas()` and you are done. 🎉🚀
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Tom Witkowski Sep 25
🧠 I had an issue resolving my route model binding with a field that requires a scope. That's the solution I came up with. It's a slightly adjusted version of the default resolver but searches for a named scope (which follows default naming) first.
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Tom Witkowski Sep 25
Replying to @laurieontech
Could you get into detail? Right now knime is on my desk for stack analysis in a new project. What did you do with it? Why was it such a breeze to work with it? 🤔
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Tom Witkowski Sep 25
PS: haven't coded anything right now. Only collected via but the missing API forces me to replace it in the future. 😟
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Tom Witkowski Sep 25
I'm on a similar right now and did something similar with . Seems like there's a market for a recipe CMS!? 🤔
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Tom Witkowski Sep 23
Looking forward to work with you via GitHub. 🎉🚀
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Tom Witkowski Sep 23
Replying to @m1guelpf @sitesauce
MORE! 😅 PS: I don't have a CMS in question. Just the theoretically idea.
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Tom Witkowski Sep 23
Replying to @m1guelpf @sitesauce
How about plugins for common CMS? For the non-techies. Install and ready to use, with a simple config panel.
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Tom Witkowski Sep 23
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