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Jason McCreary
I'm JMac. I build things with my hands like , , and my standing desk. Wrote .
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Jason McCreary 6h
Replying to @X0rif
You mean another question 😉
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Jason McCreary 6h
Replying to @gonedark
For clarity, this feature is where Blueprint also generates a test for the controller actions defined in your draft file. Once merged, Blueprint will write the code and the test. 🔥
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Jason McCreary 6h
Took a break from the Tailwind Converter this afternoon to finish a rough version of test generation for Blueprint. If you'd like to try it out, you can run: `composer require --dev laravel-shift/blueprint:dev-test-generation` Will merge once I get some feedback. 🙏🏻
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Jason McCreary 9h
If I wasn’t speaking. I’d be in.
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Wes Bos 12h
A friendly reminder that chargebacks hurt merchants. It's usually not the credit card company paying, it's the merchant. They lose the original sale + $15 fee. When a refund would just be the original sale.
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Jason McCreary 13h
Replying to @frontendben
Agreed. At first, one might think, "It just converted my CSS." While that alone has value by unifying your CSS frameworks, the real value is in this separation and automatically adopting Tailwind's design system. All while preserving your site's behavior.
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Jason McCreary 13h
Replying to @iancallahan
Oh yeah.
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Jason McCreary 13h
Replying to @gonedark
Knowing what customizations you made before reveals common styles you could adopt or componentize in Tailwind. And when you do, you can remove an entire stylesheet of customizations. That's a big win not only for using Tailwind, but also maintaining your app. 👍🏻
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Jason McCreary 13h
An added benefit of the Tailwind Converter is the organization it provides. Generating separate stylesheets for the core framework, customizations, and app specific styles helps you see your design approach. And despite being CSS, it's actually smaller in size. 👀
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Mohamed Said Jan 23
Today's quick dip is a ⚠️
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Jason McCreary Jan 25
I was thinking about that - allow data to persist. Given the SQLite requirement, may as well fire up that flat file DB. Still think a true array or Redis eloquent driver would be pretty slick, and appeal to the serverless movement. Glad to pair up if you ever revisit.
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Jason McCreary Jan 25
Trickery.
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Jason McCreary Jan 24
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Jason McCreary Jan 24
Late day collection pipelining to grab custom colors repeated in your CSS and add them to a Tailwind config file to extend the color palette. 🏄‍♂️
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Jason McCreary Jan 24
Replying to @davidhemphill
No worries. That's the power of pairing. I'm sure we could hack a concept together within an hour. Ping me next week if you want to revisit it. I'm game. 👨🏼‍💻
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Jason McCreary Jan 24
Replying to @davidhemphill
Dude, I’d be willing to pair up on this. Just let me know.
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Jason McCreary Jan 24
Looks like my talk at has quietly been made public. I've added it to "My Talks" playlist for your viewing pleasure.
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Casey Liss Jan 23
`git bisect` is a gift to humanity.
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Jason McCreary Jan 23
Yeah. To Taylor's point, I rarely use `hasOne`. When I do, it's often where I've forged a relationship that doesn't actually fit well, but allows me to work with the data from the other side.
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Jason McCreary Jan 23
I think "interchangeable" in the fact that one is the inverse of the other. So it's all about which "side" of the relationship you're prioritizing dictates which relationship you would use. Hence the poll. That's how I read it anyway. 🙃
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