Author Archives: Jamie Scott

Creating CSS APIs without JavaScript With the datasette-css-properties plugin

Simon Willison has a project called Datasette, an open source multi-tool for exploring and publishing data. I’m not sure I’m qualified to explain…
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Styling Code In and Out of Blocks

We’ll get to that, but first, a long-winded introduction. I’m still not in a confident place knowing a good time to use native…
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Avoiding recursive useEffect hooks in React

It’s fair to say that React 16.8 and the introduction of hooks has really changed how we write React. Hooks are one of…
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Converting a JS library to TypeScript: Part 3

If you missed the prior videos, you can find them here: Part 1 and Part 2. Today we’re implementing more of test-data-bot’s API…
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