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Archive for October 6th, 2020

Learn How To Debug JavaScript with Chrome DevTools – codeburst

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/10/06

Long read for later: [WayBack] Learn How To Debug JavaScript with Chrome DevTools – codeburst

Ditch console.log debugging once and for all! Learn how to use breakpoints to debug code within the Chrome Developer Tools

Via: [WayBack] Learn How To Debug JavaScript with Chrome DevTools… – Lars Fosdal – Google+

–jeroen

Posted in Chrome, Development, Google, JavaScript/ECMAScript, Power User, Scripting, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

golang – joining a URI (either with our without terminating slash) with a URI part

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/10/06

path.Join is for file paths, which will call path.Clean and malform the path by converting double slash in front of the authority in a URI into a single slash.

The workaround is to parse the URI, then join the path bit.

One day I will encapsulate all that.

Some relevant bits for when I write that encapsulation:

–jeroen

Posted in Development, Go (golang), Software Development | Leave a Comment »

Oval car stickers – translating to ISO 3166-1

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/10/06

A while ago, I had to translate from the country codes used on cars to ISO country codes, so here are a few links:

–jeroen

 

 

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