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  1. Good article. Give it a read: https://maziz88.medium.com/practical-clean-code-variables-methods-classes-f470eeffb98e
  2. Haha awesome! Thanks. I do plan to keep this forum running for a long time. I hope that comes true and by that time the forum is bigger, and these will make the snapshot nostalgic.
  3. LOL this is hilarious 🤣
  4. Woah this is beyond awesome man. I really like the things that you have made. They are very technical.
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    lol @ the joke. Welcome Chrono! Saw that you are a skilled developer. We welcome you very much and we hope you enjoy your stay!
  6. This is amazingly quality content. Thank you for this! I have learned something new from it.
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    I have used this before and it is awesome: https://www.serverless.com/ I use AWS and my particular use case was it can create a mock API Gateway locally which is awesome. Check it out!
  8. How's this? See the Pen ZELVEJr by Kaki.gg (@kaki-gg) on CodePen.
  9. Hi @chrono_legionnaire! Thanks for joining us. You have fascinating points that you have been thinking about. I think there's no better place to share your thoughts than with a community of like-minded individuals. Keep them coming! Very interesting skillset as well! Feel free to invite any of your friends and/or colleagues to this forum. Have a nice stay!
  10. This is an interesting challenge. Let's see if someone can beat your 1kb output (it's going to be hard 🤣)
  11. Regex is another good way to achieve this. Great answer!
  12. Hey! Thanks for joining. We have that in common! Feel free to see the content we have so far and even create yours. And more importantly, enjoy your stay!
  13. Yes I see, Unfortunately there's no comments feature other than just replying which will be considered as an answer. I may add in that feature soon if time permits.
  14. I think you can try to click the Quote button and reply.
  15. Interesting maximum utilisation of single elements. I like the idea. Keep them coming 😄
  16. Lol pretty interesting concept. I do see that there's a correlation between working people and coffee to start off their day. It's more prevalent when we're talking about developers, in my observation.
  17. Hey, nice question. The reason it doesn't work is '\x{8-bit value}' is a literal character in itself. Think of doing const val = 'a0'; '\x' + val; is something similar of trying to do '\' + 'n'; For newline. It won't work because it's supposed to be a single character. If that's not clear, think of trying to create a "B" character with "I" + "3". It doesn't work like that. But there is a great JavaScript built-in String method called fromCharCode (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/String/fromCharCode) that uses UTF
  18. Wow this is an amazing project! I'll take a look when I have some free time soon. Really thanks for sharing!
  19. Yes, CodeSandbox is amazing indeed! Have fun playing around in it. Also thanks for the "video" files. They are really nice. 😄
  20. It's a website called codesandbox.io. The name of the site kind of explains what it is, and if you look at the left sidebar almost at the top, there is which you can click to see the source. Basically: 1. Load the 'video' files into a variable 2. Split with the '$' character from number 1 3. Loop through the array from number 2 4. In the loop (from i = 0), set a timeout to change the content of the 'video box' with the current frame (i) content, with the timeout value of i * 50 (milliseconds)
  21. I'm a huge fan of small executables. The FASM one is INSANE.
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