Question for #frontend #js people! I want to write a custom WYSIWYG editor for my blog. Last time I checked the options (a few years back) I found Quill but never got to actually trying it. Is it still a good option?
I specifically am not looking for things with pre-made UI because I want a completely custom UI. I need a lower-level library to handle the actual editing, switching modes, output formats, etc.
About that `if (name := expression)` syntax, and why it's not `if expression as name:`
Apparently the former works better in list comprehensions:
[y for x in items if (y := f(x)) is not None]
Swearing is like spice: you should use it, for the language to have a taste.
But be very careful with the amount, or it all will just become a waste.
Also, doing nothing is very, very exhausting.
There's one thing that immediately disqualifies a technical person in my eyes: when they start working on a ticket in the bug tracker and immediately reach to the reporter asking everything that's already there in the description. Don't know why, but I just can't stand it.