The “expand/shrink” selection keyboard shortcut in Visual Studio Code ⌃⇧⌘→ / ← isn’t the easiest to remember, but ridiculously powerful. It recognises code block boundaries and selects accordingly!
I’m currently upgrading the Console documentation for Microsoft Edge and I needed to create a lot of screenshots for it. I wanted to make sure that they all are the same size, so I fixed a browser window to a certain size and instead of trying to screenshot a part of the screen, I thought […]
Using animations, transitions and smooth scrolling is fun, but they also represent an accessibility problem. Various groups of people have a hard time using your products when things move and change all the time. This is why operating systems have a “reduced motion” setting you can turn on. Our CSS animations should respect these settings […]
Today, Sitepoint released an article they commissioned me to write a few weeks ago that a lot of work went into and I’m happy with the result. In Beyond console.log – level up your debugging skills I describe a few features of Chromium browser developer tools and how they interact with Visual Studio Code. I […]
With the 1.1.4 release of the Microsoft Edge Devtools for Visual Studio Code extension we have added the final bit that people kept asking for: Console messages now show up in the output console of Visual Studio Code. To celebrate and as it has been long coming, I recorded a quick, roughly four minute video […]