I’ve been writing CSS for years. Sometimes — ashamed as I am to admit — I get snobby and feel I know it better than the back of my hand. This morning sent a shot of reality with something as simple as CSS specificity. In fact, many developers I work with were also surprised to learn this little bit of knowledge.
At Shopify, we have something we call the assets gem. It’s a collection of our core styles that we can use on any project not hosted directly in our admin. Many of our channels (Amazon, Facebook, etc) use this assets gem in their projects which are then loaded in an iframe inside of our admin.
I rarely restart my computer, mainly because I hate having to set up all my iTerm tabs again. On any given day, it usually looks something like this:
I like to use the split screen feature to run tasks in one and GitHub commands in the other. I also like to label each tab for easy reference. Doing this manually is a little more cumbersome than I’d like, so I fixed up an Alfred workflow so now all I have to do is use a quick keyword trigger:
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