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Chris Coyier May 21
Of any web trend, seems like it will be the least regrettable.
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Pierre May 21
I recently had to choose between , , and for a project. If you are in the same situation, I suggest you listen to this awesome podcast
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Pierre May 21
Yes yes yes... YES! AWESOME ALBUM 😎👍🙌
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Pierre May 21
Replying to @verge
I guess I’ll wait for the WWDC then... 😅
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Pierre May 21
Replying to @DropboxDesign
Very nice reading experience. I like this new design. Congrats!
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Pierre May 20
After listening to on 's podcast, I tried to use again and I have to admit... The collaborative aspect and tools for devs are so powerful that I am seriously thinking about replacing my beloved .
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Pierre May 20
. is over and I am about to finish the Web Development track on . What should I do next? 🤔 Do you have ideas of projects to work on?
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Pierre May 16
Yaaaay! I just tried on a test project I am working on and it seems to work! Thank you so much 😀 I ❤️
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Pierre May 13
Introducing Ravenous, a finder based on the API. Let's find a pizza to eat in Paris this evening 🍕 Project built with 😉
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Pierre May 13
Replying to @dan_abramov @swyx
The same applies to slides if you don’t want people to read them 😬
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Dan Abramov May 12
Replying to @swyx
If you don't want people to use something, give it a longer name
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Pierre May 13
Hello and people. If you publish your projects on , make sure to read this before exposing your API Keys. I see dozens of projects exposing API Keys and Client Secrets... 😱 Environment variables are your friends.
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Pierre May 11
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Pierre May 10
Currently analyzing 's website. As a beginner on , I am truly impressed by how it's architected. Does anyone know another website with great and on which I could dig into the code and to see how it's made? 😇
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Pierre May 10
Replying to @swyx @zoom_us and 4 others
Some drawbacks though, it doesn’t handle well large datasets and it’s still pricey for large teams. But otherwise, I LOVE it. And too!
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Pierre May 10
Replying to @swyx @zoom_us and 3 others
This morning I made a lightweight CRM for my team with ~5 tables, ~20 custom fields, a kanban, a calendar, and a form... in less than an hour, and starting from an Excel spreadsheet. I am always amazed by the UX of . It’s such a great tool 🔥
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Pierre May 9
Replying to @gitlab @Ludovicfch
, is a good example to study 👌
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Pierre May 9
"You can learn so much by creating things you think are fun. I like to learn for a bit, and then practice what I learned by making something, just to make sure I solidify the concepts." - in
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Pierre May 9
Replying to @sliteHQ @bonusly and 12 others
Very nice!
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