Introduction to Git – Core Concepts
Introduction to Git – Branching and Merging
Introduction to Git – Remotes
I have used many tricks in the past such as creating my own BASH scripts which collected the files from folders and checked the order and trans-piled and minified them to single files. Even that process got to be a pain because it is hard to make sure things are loa “path”: __dirname+’/static’,
“filename”: “[name].[chunkhash:8].js”ded in the right order.
Instead of explaining webpack in a lot of paragraphs, I will create a list of videos and articles I find helpful. First off what is Webpack? I found this video to be very helpful.
Customize Bootstrap 4 with Webpack | Webpack tutorials
Webpack 4 Tutorial – Getting Started for Beginners
Learn Webpack – Full Tutorial for Beginners
Resources, Articles & links
A Beginner’s Guide to Webpack 4 – A great article to get started with.
Webpack using Source Maps – Webpack documentation page for source maps
Webpack source map devtool – Webpack documentation for the devtool that creates source maps, this lists the options
Webpack SourceMapDevToolPlugin – documentation, this plugin aids the source map devtool to add more features and options.
A mostly complete guide to webpack (2020) – a great article about webpack
Creating a custom webpack plugin – decent article about the basics of creating a webpack plugin
So you just installed Go on Linux huh?
This means you probably set the environmental variable via the command line which is temporary. Don’t install go this way. You could do as the documentation says and add :
However if you look in that file it has some important looking code in it. This is because it is a script.
It felt dirty to place the above code in that file so I did some research and found a better alternative. You simply create a new file in the /etc/profile.d directory and place the above export line of code in it and save it. You can name the file anything and add .sh to it and it will be found and loaded. Then you logout and back in like the documentation suggests and open a terminal and type “go version” and it works properly.
See my go_profile.sh file :
Doing it this way instead of adding it to the ~.profile file is better because it reduces the chance of messing up the code in a file. The script actually reads all of the files in the profile.d folder and this is why it works. For more information see this article in the section “Persistent environment variables”. You can do any other environmental variables you need set this way too.
They decided to make adding a desktop launch Icon even harder in Ubuntu 18, because you know we all love wasting our time googling all day trying to figure stuff out. It’s a repeating theme in the Linux community for decades now. Making things harder makes you feel smarter.
If you can avoid the UI and go for the command line, then go for it right. We all love typing in 120+ characters into the terminal, looking closely squinting, comparing character to character. It makes us feel smart like pretend hackers in movies right!!!
Why would anyone want to work efficiently anyways? Surely memorizing 1,000 linux commands and how the entire system works makes you feel smarter right? No? Me neither. My time is precious to me and maybe yours is to you too.
Here is a video that shows how to create desktop launch Icons. It still works in Ubuntu 18. Everything else you find suggests locating a file and typing a whole lot of lines of code. And since it is so obscure I will never remember it, I am creating this post so I can find it again later.
I am repeatedly in some area that feels like an old European town. I say this because the roads and buildings are of stone. The yards have beautiful, intricate metal work fences and are very small. I visit this place often. I am not quite sure the significance of this location.
This area is still modern though because there are modern like cars and vehicles. I am on a cobble stone road, just plain sort of like this.
The road is on what seems like a fairly sharp incline. All of the sudden shaking, shaking and more serious shaking. Everyone is running up hill, down hill, everywhere like roaches when the lights turn on. The next thing I know I am helping someone up and pulling them up off the ground. I look up I am inside the door of a huge stone building, like a church or something. It has a dark, feeling to it inside.
I close my eyes out of fear while holding the person I just saved closely in my arms. The shaking keeps going and going and I get more and more scared. The shaking finally stops. I open my eyes and I am now in a totally new location. Where am I? I can’t quite figure it out. I look around and realize I am on some sort of Ferry boat and something bad has just happened. There are so many people on this boat. No cars. So much panic.
More on the earthquakes in another article. This is just one location I am at during the earthquakes.