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Dzhavat Ushev
Father, husband, front-end developer, runner.
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Darryl Le Roux 6h
cheatsheet integration. This is awesome from ! Can be found here:
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Dzhavat Ushev 3h
Replying to @darryl_le_roux
Thank you for trying it! 🙏
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Ahmad Shadeed 7h
Replying to @dzhavatushev
I will definitely use the `dir` attribute if the website is RTL (Right-to-left). In case you have specific sections that needs to be RTL, then the `direction` CSS property will be okay. More details:
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Dzhavat Ushev 6h
Replying to @shadeed9
That's a really useful website! Got wiser on RTL. Thanks for creating it.
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Chrome Developers Oct 20
Our friends at The State Of CSS have launched their 2020 survey. Please help out with your take on CSS:
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Dzhavat Ushev 19h
Replying to @shadeed9 @SaraSoueidan
cc: If you make websites in Arabic, do you use the `dir` attribute to set the directionality or do you use the `direction` CSS property? (or something else) 🙂
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Dzhavat Ushev 22h
Just blogged: "“CSS Flexbox Cheatsheet” v3.1" extension is out with support for directionality in the interactive demos 🚀🎉 Go get it 🔥
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Dzhavat Ushev 22h
Just blogged: "“CSS Flexbox Cheatsheet” v3.1" extension is out with support for directionality in the interactive demos 🚀🎉 Go get it 🔥
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Angie Jones Oct 20
You're never going to know everything there is to know in tech. Instead, aim for the confidence to know that you can figure it out.
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Navis Code Oct 19
Estás empezando con flexbox? Una extensión de VSCode que te puede ayudar ⏩ CSS Flexbox Cheatsheet
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Dzhavat Ushev Oct 20
This is really cool! TIL "Create a Git Diff in Markdown"
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Dzhavat Ushev Oct 20
All changes necessary to support directionality in the "CSS Flexbox Cheatsheet" extension are in place 😊It will be released tomorrow. 🚀
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Dzhavat Ushev Oct 19
The most common pull request I have a desire to make is the one that changes Typescript to TypeScript and Javascript to JavaScript 😂
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Dzhavat Ushev Oct 17
My son this morning: - Daddy, can I touch this? - Don't touch anything. 3 seconds later - Daddy, I touched it. 🤦‍♂️😂
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Dzhavat Ushev Oct 16
The next version of the "CSS Flexbox Cheatsheet" extension will support changing of directionality in the interactive demos. This is useful for languages that write from right-to-left. I'm pretty excited about this. Will hopefully release it next week. 🚀
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Dzhavat Ushev Oct 15
Tools should not only be for experts – they should turn us into them via
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Dzhavat Ushev Oct 12
The most popular project ever made is the sky. Look at how many stars it's got ⭐⭐⭐⭐
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Dzhavat Ushev Oct 14
Replying to @iamdtms @argyleink
There are a few like and but not as VS Code extensions. I plan working on one during the winter. Can let you know when it's published if you're interested? :)
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Dzhavat Ushev Oct 14
Replying to @manekinekko
🙏🤩⭐
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Dzhavat Ushev Oct 13
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