Batching several weeks’ worth of learning into a single post because I was too busy having fun in Kansas (*happy dance, again*) to post.
innerHTMLcan’t be appended—you can use
+=to append new content, but the end effect is to rewrite/reload all content within
innerHTMLon the page, rather than to tack on new material.
- The global context in JS is (in web browsers) the window object.
- I’m looking forward to installing a few of these Sublime Plugins—I use Bracket Highlighter and Color Highlighter all the time, and I have Emmet installed but keep forgetting to use it. SublimeCodeIntel and AdvancedNewFile sound particularly helpful.
- How to tear down a deck, what a tiller is and how to use it, and how to lay weed barrier fabric: much landscaping work was done in Kansas last week.
- Lunch at Blue Nile in Kansas City’s City Market last week reminded me that I need more Ethiopian food in my life.
- You can totally make a Dutch baby in a 9×13 pan. Wishing I had known this for the 26 years of life when I didn’t own a cast iron skillet.
2 thoughts on “This Week I Learned (2016-03-23)”
Glad you’re having fun. By the way, what is a “Dutch baby?” I hope it isn’t anything live since you’re doing something with it in a pan.
A Dutch baby is a (delicious) eggy pancake baked in the oven. Adding a link in the post to a recipe!