On the find in files dialog, there is a “Where:” text box and an associated “…” button . Click the button and select “Add include filter…”. This will fill the contents of the text box with “*.txt”. Change this to suit your needs. You can add multiple criteria.
Most articles about CSS refactoring focus on specific refactoring techniques. They rarely even mention testing as a safety net for changes. Those that do describe ad-hoc manual testing or visual regression testing using image diff tools such as Wraith, PhantomCSS or BackstopJS. These tools take a little setting up, but they can quickly tell you if a page or component differs from an expected ‘reference’ image. You can use visual regression tests if you want to refactor code to produce the same result that you already have.
Nicely explained for bash and zsh here: osx – How can I get control+left arrow to go back one word in iTerm2? – Super User
Don’t forget to reload inputrc afterwards, restarting terminal is so boring.
The objective of the third wave is to transform how we charter, lead and manage organizations by shifting to an Agile mindset, fostering a culture of organizational learning, and adopting organization-wide Agile operations. As we shift our attention to general management and leadership practices, our subject broadens to include all knowledge work domains and the entire organization.
Could be useful for gradual roll-out of features:
A nginx module to add a sticky cookie to be always forwarded to the same upstream server.
- It is easy to get distracted in today’s environment
- Keep it simple
- Use tools you (and your team) can understand
- Use tools and techniques that can scale
- Try not to reinvent the wheel
- And Definitely Don’t Bite Off More Than You Can Chew
- Break work into smaller pieces
- You can’t fit a whole pig into your mouth…
- … slice it into small parts that you can consume
ECLint is a tool for validating or fixing code that doesn’t adhere to settings defined in .editorconfig. It also infers settings from existing code. See the EditorConfig Project for details about the .editorconfig file.