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#CSS.

There’s good progress with my next book, CSS Optimization Basics. If you’re interested in what’s there, check out the source at https://github.com/j9t/css-optimization-basics, and get updates at https://leanpub.com/css-optimization-basics 🍻

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⚡️ Blogged: Debugging a Create React App with VS @Code

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🏷 #reactjs

🔗 http://elijahmanor.com/cra-debug-vscode/

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#Webdev.

I’ve been writing a new book: #CSS Optimization Basics. It covers #mindsets (from doing things well to keeping things simple), much much #optimization (from quality to maintainability, and from performance to output control), as well as #resources.

Yet, the process is all different this time.

I’m writing the book on GitHub, and I’m publishing it through Leanpub.

As of right now, the introduction and first one and a half chapters are already up. (The cover is not 😬) More parts are following. I’ll likely inform about major updates.

→ Dive right in (I’ll mention contributors): https://github.com/j9t/css-optimization-basics.

→ Get the book once it’s ready: https://leanpub.com/css-optimization-basics.

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ICYMI with all the excitement from #MSFTConnect yesterday: Introducing Visual Studio Live Share. Read all about it: http://msft.social/UZruHJ
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What an awesome news for tinkerers like me! Chrome internal UI can be inspected with DevTools the same way web developers do today with websites. My favorite way is to enable the flag chrome://flags/#enable-ui-devtools, restart Chrome, open chrome://inspect/#other, click the UiDevToolsClient "Inspect" link and I'm good to go!

I can navigate nodes, edit some of their attributes, play with how Chrome could* look like, and so on. Note that this feature is only supported in Chrome OS, Linux, and Windows for now.

Check out https://sites.google.com/a/chromium.org/dev/developers/how-tos/inspecting-ash to learn more about what you can do and what to expect in the future.
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