Workaday Readings are the droll, dry, and dear pages I continuously tick through during my day.

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Configuring ESLint

“ESLint is designed to be completely configurable, meaning you can turn off every rule and run only with basic syntax validation, or mix and match the bundled rules and your custom rules to make ESLint perfect for your project. There are two primary ways to configure ESLint:”


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Network Analysis Reference

“Discover new ways to analyze how your page loads in this comprehensive reference of Chrome DevTools network analysis features. By default, DevTools records all network requests in the Network panel, so long as DevTools is open.”


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Unfinished network requests

“You can use the Is:running Advanced Network Filter to see unfinished network requests (e.g. running requests). Some other filters you can try are: status-code, method, domain and more! Except as otherwise noted, the content of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.”


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Local JSON

“Local JSON is a new feature added in version 5 which saves field group and field settings to files within your theme. The idea is similar to caching and both dramatically speeds up ACF and allows for version control over your field settings!”


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Reading Today

Introduction

“The Service Worker Cookbook is a collection of working, practical examples of using service workers in modern web sites. Tip: Open your Developer Tools console to view fetch events and informative messages about what each recipe’s service worker is doing!”

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