Getting started with git 5 📣 Merging is bringing changes from separating branches together, this is quite common when more developers work on separate branches and need to bring all their additions together. Enjoy 😄

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🔥 tip if you're using esbuild or estrella for bundling, you can use your peer/dependencies from package.json to derive the external option https://t.co/0GIk9GSpmp

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TIL: You can set timeouts in GitHub Actions on jobs and/or independent steps so you don't end up like me and end up burning up all of you monthly minutes because of hanging install.

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Did you know you can use aliases to turn multiple, long terminal commands into one short command? I didn't and IT IS LIFE CHANGING. Instead of having to `cd` into nested folders and run a long command, I can type ONE COMMAND.

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4⃣PurgeCSS Need to remove unused CSS of third-party libraries or frameworks like Bootstrap / Tailwind CSS? Or even your own code? This library will allow you to do so by analyzing your HTML, CSS, and JS files. I'm currently using it and it's awesome.

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3⃣Specificity Calculator If you are not sure what selector has a lower specificity, then this tool will help you out with a simple interface. Introduce them here and sort them to compare which one is the best to use. The less specificity the better.

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2⃣CSS Lint Shows possible things to improve on your CSS. Errors and warnings concerning performance, duplicated rules, recommended standards, compatibility recommendations etc.

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Is your fork behind? You can now sync from the parent repo with just a single click! 🖱💥

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👋Working on a fix, and notice your fork is behind? Now, you can sync from the parent with just a single click in the GitHub UI. 👇 Hope you like it! 🌟

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Woah, just learned you can use $npm_execpath to write npm scripts that work with both npm and Yarn: "prebuild": "$npm_execpath run clean" $npm_execpath is replaced with npm or yarn depending on what command ran it. 😎 #npm #javascript

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NPM Tip 💡 Did you know - if you add the option -y to npm init, NPM will create a starter setup for you without having to go through all the questions 🙌

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📈 Productivity Tip 📈 Using ZSH, you can create aliases for popular commands meaning you need to type less to run commands. Over time the time saved adds up. See the 🖼️ for some of my favourites. ❓ Do you have any aliases you recommend?

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