crafting (and) JavaScript

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[this is a draft]

Below, I use the aliases grid-template-rows and grid-template-columns for grid-template:

[this is a draft]

Finally I need a CSS grid. Here is my intro to it. If you prefer a video this one (28 minutes) explains grid basics very well. But before learning CSS grid, I need to answer the question if I need it. I know flexbox quite ok, so why not use flexbox.

I just wanted to install a github-flavored markdown plugin for vim. Until today I only used vim as it falls out of the box. So I had to do a couple detours before I got a vim plugin installed. Since I like the simplicity of the Mikado Method I apply it very often (maybe too often). In this case I used a very simple form of it, actually mainly to document all the steps I had to take on this detour. Read more below.

The callback-hell times are long over. We have better tools now. But which of the new kids on the block do you want to play with? In this meetup, last night we tried out async functions, also known by the name "async/await". It was a fun learning experience. Keep reading and get inspired.

In Ruby "and and or are control flow operators, not boolean operators".

In the ruby koans I now came across array functions. One is collect and I thought, this is map, and the comment below said

This article about closures in ruby started somewhere by saying "Ruby has four different ways of using closures, each of which is a tad bit different, and sometimes nonsensical".

I know that the calling of functions can be quite noise-less, no parantheses and commas. But it also leaves me baffled at times. I can't get my head around this one either.

One method three different return types