Finding the right Git commands

I stumbled across a great little resource the other day, the Git Command Explorer.  It looks beautiful and has already been super useful. Find the right commands you need without digging through the web. Git is super useful and I don’t know how I ever managed before I found it.  But the commands I use all…

Basic Attention Tokens (BAT)

One thing that I’m already really liking about Brave is their concept of Basic Attention Tokens (BAT).  This is their own cryptocurrency that they pay out when they show you ads, which you have complete control over.  And they pay you 70% of the proceeds, which is pretty good, I think. You can also top…

Feeling Brave?

So I’ve recently taken the plunge and switched from Chrome to Brave.  And I’ve got to say, so far I’m impressed. The switch itself was pretty painless as it was possible to import most of my Chrome settings into Brave.  Tweaking the settings was a doddle, and installing the critical extensions from the Chrome store,…

Compare the Project – updated

A couple of days ago I pushed a new version of my new Compare the Project site, which I’ve written about before. The new version (1.1) was primarily about adding new features… Added option to exclude Project records (eg. PRJ/PRI/PRT) Added ‘Download CSV’ summary action Added ‘Print everything’ action Added ‘Show/hide unchanged’ action with setting to control…

GitHub CLI is in beta

You know when you’re working away on your development, perhaps a website or a WordPress plugin, and you check in to Git using the command line, but then you have to switch over to the browser in order to create the pull request in GitHub?  Well not anymore! GitHub has now released GitHub CLI in beta, version 0.5.5 at…

No more javascript alerts

I’ve been a web developer long enough to remember when window.console wasn’t a thing.  Then it appeared in Safari and Firebug, the awesome developer tool plugin for Firefox (that made Firefox my default development browser it was so good), but we had to object detect for it.  And Opera decided to go their own way and…