Most of these video are shorter than 5 minutes. Only one is longer than 6 minutes (6:43), and I might try to go back and make that one shorter.
I have tried to title each video very specifically so that you can scan the playlist and pick a focused topic without thinking too hard.
I previously wrote about Jupyter Notebooks here.
Before the MacOS Sierra 10.12.5 update, to launch Jupyter in your browser, you only needed to do this:
- Open Terminal.
- Enter the desired directory.
- Activate your virtualenv (if using one).
- At the command line, type:
A new window would open in your default web browser, and there were all your Jupyter files.
But after the MacOS update, instead we got an execution error: localhost doesn’t understand the “open location” message. And the browser window did not open.
The way to fix it (do it once) is here.
Note: In the config file, I had to search for
instead of the string the author provided.
Found today while searching for answers to some coding questions:
Can I Use … ? Find out which browsers fully or partially support any given front-end web technology (such as
box-sizing: all browsers!).
Should I Prefix? For some CSS properties, we need to include extra versions for Chrome, Firefox, or both (using the prefixes
-moz-) — find out which properties still need these.
DiffChecker: Compare two text files. The differences between the two files (even spacing and tabs) are shown clearly with side-by-side highlighting.