Clark College Web Developer Extension for Firefox

There is now a browser extension for students enrolled in the Clark College Web Development program. The extension provides useful links and resources.

Install the extension from the Firefox Addons site.

Here’s the GitHub repo for those who want to see how it was built.

Not using Firefox? Well, there’s also a version of the extension for Chrome-based browsers such as Google Chrome, Brave, and Microsoft Edge.

Clark College Web Development Program Chrome Extension

There is now a browser extension for students enrolled in the Clark College Web Development program. The extension provides useful links and resources.

Install the extension from the Chrome Web Store. The extension also works in Microsoft Edge and Brave browsers.

Here’s the GitHub repo for those who want to see how it was built.

Announcing Two New Non-Credit Classes at Clark College

I’m happy to announce two new exciting “non-credit” courses that are being offered this Fall through Clark College that I wanted you to know about!

If you have any questions whatsoever, please get in touch with me.

My Favorite Deno Resources

Deno is a secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript.

The Deno runtime is implemented in Rust and TypeScript.

Learn about Deno at Deno Home page.

Videos on Deno

Books and other Resources

TypeScript Deep Device

Visual Studio Code – 10 Keyboard Shortcuts You Need to Know

Here are 10 of Visual Studio Code keyboard shortcuts that will help you out a lot. Give them a shot and let me know what you think.

Turn off word-wrap
Windows: Alt + z
Mac: ⌥ + z

Toggle the sidebar
Windows: Control + b
Mac: ⌘ + b

Toggle File explorer
Windows: Control + Shift + e
Mac: ⌘ + ⇧ + e

Quick Open a File
Windows: Control + p
Mac: ⌘ + p

Reopen a tab you just closed
Windows: Control + Shift + t
Mac: ⌘ + ⇧ + t

Close the Active Tab
Windows: Control + w
Mac: ⌘ + w

Go to a specific tab that is open
Windows: Alt + number
Mac: ⌃ + number

Add cursor to lines above/below
Windows: Control + Alt + up/down
Mac: ⌘ + ⌥ + up/down

Move a line of code up or down (or block of code)
Windows: Alt + up/down
Mac: ⌥ + up/down

Toggle the VS Code Terminal Window
Windows: Control + ~
Mac:  ⌘ + ~