Every now and then, you come across a comment that makes you smile.
I’ve been enjoying AWS Cloud9, the cloud-based IDE, but having been blown away by VS Code, I figured it was just a matter of time before Microsoft launched their own version in the cloud, but it looks like this Austin-based startup is doing exactly that. I’m testing it out as we speak. It’s still pretty raw, but I really like where Coder on LinkedIn is going with this.
This is an Illustrator file with named artboards sized according to the various social media profile requirements. Let me know if I’ve missed anything. Use this in conjunction with the Export Named Artboards as PNG plugin to help manage your social media digital marketing assets.
Download the Illustrator .AI file here.
This is a complete application, self-contained in one Excel Macro-Enabled .xlsm file. Spreadsheets are used to provide data persistence across sessions, object-relational mapping to VBA classes, and pure VBA to power the user interface.
Download the Excel file here.
Clone this repository and use as a boilerplate to get up and running with some of the latest Continuous Integration (CI) front-end development tools. Familiarize yourself with GitHub, sign up for an account if you haven’t already (and if you haven’t, do that immediately!), fire up a terminal window (don’t be afraid), install Node.js, clone the repo, npm install, and get ready for all the cool things.
Visit the GitHub repository here.