I recently wrote a simple console app in C#. This post tells you more about the language, the .NET ecosystem, and why you should write your next app in it.
HTML 5.0 was finalized in 2014 (and its drafts were published even earlier), and with it came the
<datalist> element. It’s
2020, and even though it might look like a good replacement for custom
autocomplete widgets, browser issues made me get rid of it.
This humble blog is written by an old-school developer who sometimes does web stuff. An attempt to customize the Bootstrap CSS theme requires 50 MB of node_modules, over 500 packages, and comes with a bit of frustration at stupid tools and terrible documentation.