Pixelsnatch: Issue #1
Interesting Nuances in HTML
<b>means “bring attention to”. it’s used for things you want to bring attention to but aren’t warnings
<strong>is meant for warnings and the like
By using preprocessor languages like Markdown, we lose the nuance of these things. Sure—you can use HTML tags in Markdown—but the point of Markdown is to avoid doing that, so if you’re just going to add a bunch of HTML tags in your Markdown documents, what’s the point of writing in Markdown?
- a lot of the new ES6 and later syntax is supported in JXA
- spread operator
- array methods [includes(), …]
currentColor allows for some nifty theming
currentColorto inherit colors defined higher in the cascade
- use CSS functions to then modify that color
I went down the currentColor rabbit hole after getting into CSS variables. I don’t think I’ll use currentColor a lot, but it’s nice to know about.
I went to a fun event called Frontend Nagoya on 2018-01-27. It was a nice afternoon. I heard a few interesting talks, bumped into an old friend from nearly a decade ago and met a lot of nice new people.
Drafts vs. OmniFocus on the Apple Watch
I’m a die-hard OmniFocus user—even if sometimes I flirt with the idea of using TaskPaper—but I’ve taken OmniFocus out of my Apple Watch complications and replaced it with Drafts. I don’t want to be doing task management from the watch—I want to be doing quick-capture—which Drafts is just better at. If only there was a Drafts for macOS…