You can use WebExtensions API to extend the browser’s built-in developer tools. Today I will show you how to test the web extensions-examples from GitHub.
[mythcat@desk ~]$ cd projects/
[mythcat@desk projects]$ git clone https://github.com/mdn/webextensions-examples.git
Cloning into 'webextensions-examples'...
The next steps are to run it with the Firefox browser: open Firefox browser; enter about:debugging in the URL bar; use click on the This Firefox; use click on… Read More »
Open a new spreadsheet with a Sheet named Sheet3, then a new script. This will require a new project. Also, you can run it with an old project. Use this function to add a blue color on each empty cell selected by your mouse in the Sheet3. You can see the rule I used with… Read More »
Slicers in Google Sheets are a powerful new way to filter data. Add some data into your spreadsheet and insert a Pivot Table: Data then Pivot Table. Now you can show property types of cells. At the top menu on spreadsheet, click on Data and then Slicer. This will be added automatically and you’ll see… Read More »
I don’t like the Pug very much but for today I will write a simple intro tutorial. The Pug is a template engine for Node and for the browser which can make you more productive and your code more readable. It compiles to HTML and has a simplified syntax with more advanced features by building… Read More »