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BFG Repo-Cleaner by rtyley
Removes large or troublesome blobs like git-filter-branch does, but faster. And written in Scala
git  devtools  Java 
2 days ago by Rard
SSH Essentials: Working with SSH Servers, Clients, and Keys | DigitalOcean
SSH is a secure protocol used as the primary means of connecting to Linux servers remotely. It provides a text-based interface by spawning a remote shell. After connecting, all commands you type in your local terminal are sent to the remote server and executed there.
linux  devtools  howto 
8 days ago by Rard
Firefox DevTools for CSS authors
If you’re a developer, chances are there’s a set of tools you hold near and dear to your heart, and of course, any browser DevTool is numero uno on that list. With Firefox releasing amazing improvements to their DevTools at a rapid rate, it’s a good time to investigate the powerful aspects specifically geared towards CSS authors.
fridayfrontend  css  cssbasics  firefox  devtools 
12 days ago by spaceninja
It’s My (Third) Party and I’ll Cry If I Want To, by Harry Roberts
Like it or not, a huge part of modern web development involves the use of third-party providers: fonts, analytics, ads, tracking, and more all have an impact of performance, and can leave us (or, more worryingly, our visitors) susceptible to performance degradation.

In this talk, we'll take a look at unruly or uninvited (third-)party guests: how to detect them, how to audit them, and how to manage them. We'll also look at the different tools available to help us stress-test and quantify the overhead these third parties bring, and what that means for users and businesses alike.
fridayfrontend  performance  video  javascript  analytics  devtools 
12 days ago by spaceninja
Firefox 65: WebP support, Flexbox Inspector, new tooling & platform updates - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
What a cracker jack box of amazing that is Firefox 65. This could be a newsletter edition on its own, but for now I'll list my highlights. CSS Flexbox inspector to allow you to see where/why items are sitting on a page, their flex state and the space available, a great edition to the existing Grid inspector and Shape Path editor.
CSS Changes panel: allows you to see all the changes (both added and removed) to your CSS so that you can play them back into your code editor. Color Contrast Ratio which also provides a range across a complex background (think images or gradients). Finally (there's actually loads more) Firefox now supports WebP which is amazing. You can use the <picture> element to provide fallbacks, but it's now really only safari holding out (although it seems they're testing them).
headline  newsed  newslettered  345  devtools 
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