Today is March 18, 2020, and for this Wednesday Wisdom episode we're covering:
- New GitHub Mobile App
- Web Designers Can Help in a Crisis
- MonoLisa Font
Let's dive in!
GitHub, the popular development version control software, has launched its mobile app. The app lets users manage their projects, such as through merge and pull requests. The app does not yet have the ability to edit your code, but a lot of other features are available in an easy to use interface. GitHub is available on both iOS and Android devices.
The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting nearly every person in the world. However, there are quite a few ways that web designers can help during this crisis. For example, volunteering your services, raising money, or helping clients that are affected. Just because we’re stuck at home doesn’t mean we can’t do our part to help others. Read more from the article at speckyboy.com.
WordPress is hosting an online event called WPBlockTalk, which focuses on the block editor. Topics will include building the core block editor, developing new blocks, and designing with blocks. The event will be held virtually on April 2nd and will be available after the event on WordPress.tv. You can also join the email list for more information and updates.
There is a new font that has developers buzzing. MonoLisa is a monospace font designed to “improve developers’ productivity and reduce fatigue”. The font has many features that set it apart, including an increased width, better distinction of characters, and improved reading flow. MonoLisa is currently available for purchase at two levels, a limited version for personal use at $59 and the full version for professional use at $279.
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