Happy Sunday, programs. Here's some links for you to enjoy this week. I'll be speaking this week at the free event, The Jam.dev, and I hope to see you there (virtually) as well!
And now for something totally non-tech related, I've been working on a playlist of covers for a while now. I'm a heavy Spotify user and absolutely love how it provides suggestions for a playlist and makes it easy to add ones you agree with. I knew Spotify had an embed for songs but wasn't sure if they had the same for playlists, and of course, they do. Customization is limited to a regular and compact form and a dark or orange theme. I went with the orange theme because why not add a bit of color to the page? I also increased the height a bit. For folks who don't have Spotify accounts, you can still get a pretty decent preview of the tracks. (As a quick FYI, you'll notice it isn't orange at all. Turns out the Spotify desktop application rendered the preview in orange, but clearly shows gray and black as options. I'm going to report the issue, but for now, I went with the darker theme.)
notation option in
Intl.NumberFormat. Yesterday I randomly ran into an interesting modification on this using yet another option,
Welcome to the first links post of 2023! As always, the idea here is to use theses posts as a quick way to share cool links, updates, and so forth. I've got some good ones this week!
9496301 and display it as
9.5M. In that post, I used the built-in
Intl object and it worked really well. It got me thinking, could you do the same in Python?