Happy Almost October! It's Fall here, and by Fall, I mean still incredibly hot and humid and reminding me why I can't wait to move out of this state (for more reasons than the weather of course). Here's a few links for you to enjoy. Have a great week!
Playing with Data in Jupyter Notebooks with VS Code
First up is a great presentation by Dr. Sarah Kaiser about Jupyter Notebooks and VS Code. I've only recently discovered Jupyter Notebooks myself and find them absolutely incredible.
After you watch this video, you can read about my experience with them and PDF Extract (Working with PDF Extract and Jupyter Notebooks).
What’s New With Forms in 2022?
Next up is an excellent article by Ollie Williams. As you can tell by the title, it's a look at recent changes to forms on the web. This has been something I've been passionate about since the days of HTML5 and this article taught me a few things as well. Read it here: "What’s New With Forms in 2022?"
Monitor Events and Function Calls via Console
A short tip for something probably incredibly useful to those of using developer tools (and if you aren't, why not?) - in this tutorial, David Walsh covers how to monitor events and function invocations in your console. I've been using dev tools for what feels like forever and I didn't know about this one. Read about it here: Monitor Events and Function Calls via Console