I had been a bit burned down from work lately but today I got to connect a service to the #MailChimp API and create a #WordPress plugin to connect that same service to WordPress sites (both things I had never done before) and I had a blast!
Always love to learn new stuff and use things I never used before!
Shadow DOM encapsulation is great for a lot of things, however, it could prevent some things from working and thus, you have to be careful with how you use it.
#PasswordManagers are a great example for this! Building a custom password input would seem as an awesome idea to add lots of features to it, however, doing it using the Shadow DOM will prevent the managers from filling it out which is not desired. In this situation, using the "Light" DOM is not optional.
Good things to remember about detecting changes on text inputs:
The change event, contrary to what the name suggests, will not be fired every time the content is changed, it only gets fired after the input looses focus.
The keyup event is a good solution but it will not be fired if text is pasted from a context menu or autofilled.
The input event is the best solution since it fires on Keyboard input, Mouse Drag, Autofill and Copy-Paste.
"Modern" religions were so successful destroying everything they considered "#pagan" (Meaning anything other than what they preached) that to this date, people are afraid of things like pentagrams because they "are satanic symbols".
It is both hilarious and sad that humans are so manipulable but what could we expect from the same humanity that believes everything they read from Facebook and memes?
"Create on your own terms"... you know, unless your terms go against their terms or what they think is right and if your content is NSFW chances are you'll eventually get fucked.
They should change that slogan.
@Kenome Definitely! We have given up so much of our privacy for "commodities", every feature that seems to make our life "easier" has a big hidden "BUT" that no one wants to listen. Voice, face and other biometrics recognition, "smart" recommendations, "personalized" ads etc. It's all a trap!
Today I learned that autocomplete="off" no longer works as you would expect on some browsers like Chrome. Instead you need to use the new "new-password" value.
Remember how Yahoo had some leaks and everyone made a huge fuzz about it, their reputation sunk to the ground, etc?
Well... Facebook IS a freaking leak by itself, records your conversatiobn, some times stores sensitive data in plain text, sells your information to literally everyone and has a stupidly long list of controversies and yet everyone just sticks to it.
What the hell is wrong with humanity?
Can we all just leave #GitHub and any other company banning users/products/whatever due to their stupid trade war?
This is peak stupidity.
About getting into #wicca.
So... after a LOT of time (almost since junior high school!) being interested on it and other pagan-related stuff, I finally decided to formally start my on path on wicca.
To guide me through it, I took a shot on creating my own Wheel of the Year that's also a sigil for guidance and protection. I will hopefully do some more detailed description of it soon, there are just a lot of symbols and meanings abstracted on it!
No one likes having to work on old code bases (as in outdated ones) but working with #bower is just horrible!
@Rich_Graham Oh yeah, those terms are mainly used on anime, manga and stuff like that XD but yeah, if it's a love story then it should simply be catalogued romance...
If by the end of my life I was able to help at least someone, then I'll have succeeded.
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