Often when presenting screen designs in meetings the projector blows out highlights and small details, making it very hard to critique the overall design. If you are using a Mac you can use the awesome SPF to add a semi-transparent dark overlay over your screen. If you are on a Windows machine - or you don’t want to install an app for this, and you are presenting your designs using Figma in the browser anyway - use the following bookmarklets:
Last weekend we finally managed to summit Mount Rainier!
Update 7/8/2019: Next.js has just released “Zero Config TypeScript Support”, so if you use the latest version, this repo is not required anymore: https://nextjs.org/blog/next-9#built-in-zero-config-typescript-support
I’ll admit it, in the eternal fight between vim and Emacs I’m firmly on the Emacs side. Now, I haven’t used actual Emacs in a while, but I’m so used to the navigation shortcuts that on every machine I use, I:
The new extension model in Azure DevOps uses two separate npm packages: the client sdk – azure-devops-extension-sdk and the API – azure-devops-extension-api.