SvelteKit is a web framework I’ve been keeping my eye on. Sure, it builds upon Svelte, but there is a lot more to it. It uses Vite for build tooling, has a simple file-based routing system, and allows you to build “Transitional Web Apps”, as Rich Harris calls them in his Have Single-Page Apps Ruined the Web? talk from Jamstack Conf 2021. I think at first glace it looks like a great framework for building web apps.
I have been itching to build something recently. In the not so distant past when I’ve had this desire I ended up building a project template as a way to learn some new things and create a scaffold for a project I might tackle in the future. But, this time I decided I want to build something that I could actually publish.
For the past 10 years I’ve been an Android user. And, I’ve exclusively had Google phones, starting with the Nexus 5 and most recently the Pixel 3. Before that, I had an iPhone 4. But, I just switched back and now have a shiny new iPhone 13 mini.
Recently, I have been trying to get a better understanding of how privileges work in Postgres and one thing I wanted was an easy way to inspect the current privileges for roles/users, databases, schemas, and tables.
When working with GitHub Actions it is very trivial to run inline shell scripts like this:More Posts