Collection of tweets I've liked.
Mostly tech related but you can find one or two that also make me laugh.
🚀 How do I generate this page?
I'm using Static Generation (SSG) so every tweet you see here is created when I release a new version of my site.
Which means I don't have to fetch tweets from Twitter API everytime someone visits /tweets on my site.
Neat trick thanks to NextJS, SSG and a little bit of CSS 🤙🏼
- Ahmad Shadeed@shadeed9
It's interesting how you can't predict an idea until you start working on it. I planned to write a simple snippet about something in Facebook Messenger, and I ended up with 2000+ words, 30+ illustrations.
I'm thankful that I was able to finish it. 🙏♥️
The Art of Building Real-life Components - Ahmad Shadeed
A walkthrough on building a component with HTML & CSS in details.
- Addy Osmani@addyosmaniGood tips on code reviews focused on the reviewer: by @deliberatecoder
- Review your code yourself 1st
- Break up large changelists
- Automate the easy stuff
- Narrowly scope changes
- Respond graciously to critique
- Minimize lag between rounds of review
How to Make Your Code Reviewer Fall in Love with You
Best practices for code review when you're the author.
- Addy Osmani@addyosmani
Tip: Avoid large pull requests. Find ways to break them up into smaller ones. Small PRs can be:
* Easier to review. Intent is clearer and mistakes are more obvious
* Less likely to conflict with others work
* Compatible w/large new features - e.g behind a flag
* Not a panacea :)