Now, let’s get into it…
Bored of building to-do apps and with a growing appreciation of Tailwinds class-based system, that allows you to style components without using any custom CSS, I decided to give it a try to practice some of what I’ve been learning with React Hooks.
I recently started using a mac with the Catalina OS (the latest one). Late to the party, I have been impressed by the features so far.
However, I recently ran into a bit of trouble when attempting to add some of my command line aliases. Here is how I resolved the issue with the help of StackOverflow.
To initially add my aliases, I edited the
bash_profile config script, which is the method I had used for High Sierra.
I added a few of my favourite aliases and started a new shell session but received an error when trying to use…
Experimenting with the Perlin noise algorithm discussed in the Nature of Code. Different to complete randomness, Perlin Noise has a smoother visual quality which lends itself to a broad number of applications, such as terrains and graphics textures for video games.
These experiments originated from applying noise to generic factors (shapes and colour). They became more evocative when they moved into offsetting the positions between line elements. Some of these examples begin to take on an almost three-dimensional quality. Check out the introduction chapter of the Nature of Code video series to learn more.