Calendar Based Absence Reporting

I have access to a Google Calendar, that contains the absence of all my colleagues as full day events. I work with a mostly remote team, and sometimes it’s useful to know when will my teammates leave for vacation, even if they don’t tell me many days in advance. I wrote a simple script, to look through the events every monday and filter the ones I’m interested in, then send me an email report. ...

September 25, 2021 · 4 min · Mátyás Budavári

Deploy With Github Actions

Recently I tried Github actions to deploy some of my static sites, and I’ve been quite happy with its capabilities. Let me share my configs for different kinds of setups. ...

May 17, 2021 · 2 min · Mátyás Budavári

Reveal.js CLI

Ever since I wrote about VSCode Reveal, I wanted to have a command-line interface to generate the same output. I loved that well-configured behavior and did not want to start from scratch. Finally, I had the time to do it. ...

December 17, 2020 · 1 min · Mátyás Budavári

Advent Of Code

It’s the time of the year when many people start to countdown with their advent calendars. For coders, there is a special kind of calendar that keeps us busy and help us prepare for the celebration. ...

December 1, 2020 · 3 min · Mátyás Budavári

React CSSTransition appear animation with in=false and without unmountOnExit

React Transition group is a great library for animations in react. I want to share my experience on how to have an appear animation on components that are mounted with an in={false} property. ...

June 18, 2020 · 2 min · Mátyás Budavári

First MakeoverMonday submission

I’ve started to learn how to create Visualizations with Tableau for a few weeks now. Today I’ve submitted my solution to the recent MakeoverMonday challenge (2020 #23). ...

June 8, 2020 · 3 min · Mátyás Budavári

Iframe zoom

I need to set the zoom factor in an iframe. I knew exactly how much space should the embedded content fit into. And the scale needs to be adjustable. Here’s how I’d do it. ...

May 11, 2020 · 2 min · Mátyás Budavári

Groom merge request

Imagine you want to submit a huge merge request (gitlab terminology), that has many changes from a bunch of commits. You realize that you don’t want to see some changes, but these changes are not in separate commits, so they can’t be easily reverted. There are a lot of small changes. You don’t want to type their reverse, or copy-paste for minutes. You want to keep the commits, not squash them together in the end. What would you do? ...

April 25, 2019 · 2 min · Mátyás Budavári