i think the EU should open another case of favoritism and give out penalties against these browser vendors. Thats definitely an unfair advantage if God is helping in their development.
`brew cask install devdocs`
> let is the new var. Constants work just like let, but can’t be reassigned. See: Let and const
I say it once, I say it one thousand times: "Let is not the new Var".
They certainly have some similar behaviors but surely they do communicate very different things to a developer who is reading the code.
let: "you shouldn't/can't edit outside this block scope"
var: "feel free to change me whenever you want inside this scope (whether it's global or function)
JS stuff aside, this is actually very helpful.
Personally I'd go further and say `const` should be used by default and `let` should be reserved for when you really need it.
http://overapi.com/ "collecting all cheat sheets," repo at https://github.com/overthecs/overthecs.github.io but I don't see a lot of changes in the past few years.
Seeing some visual bugs with headings. https://devhints.io/xpath for example, currently has misaligned sub headers for most of the sections.
I appreciate that this is quite low-friction. One click and I can see quick examples of bash (which I don't script enough in to be comfortable with the syntax).
But regardless I'm not super keen on cheat-cheets in general either.
1. Open browser -> Go to devhints -> search for "dd" -> select doc
2. Open term -> type tldr dd
Another thing that is missing is offline access, localStorage integrates in minutes...
I simply feel like this is someone trying to reinvent the wheel and also that this medium (a website) might not be the best way to do that. Sure it has a pretty frontend and a somewhat decent user experience for a web "app", but I (and probably many more devs) spend about 90% of my day in my terminal...
Yes, the benefit comes from already having it installed and knowing how to use it next time. I'm saying that the problem it solves isn't worth going through all that hassle even once.
And after looking at how cheat.sh works I wouldn't use a tool that requires me to curl everything. Some may like to use it, but I prefer not to.
Your tool tells me from the start, what I can get and what I can't get. So I go on the site, write down the language/framework/whatever and get an answer. Better UX and to be honest, way better and modern UI.
The file was only a small size of 621kb and almost 1 minute long