For about four, or maybe five years, I changed my note app may times. Sometimes it was Microsoft OneNote, sometimes Evernote, and sometimes (but not so often) Google Keep. Last time I decided, that I have to move all notes into one place, and must select the best option for my requirements. Evernote was so close, but… I really don’t want to pay for just notes, without using any special features. Also, paying for data transfer in 2019 is… not fun. But Evernote was so great because of nice hierarchy, and very nice apps: I used to use desktop version, but when they add new web version, decided to move only into it. This time was different, because after some investigation I decided to move all notes to… Google Drive and Google Documents.Continue reading “Moving from Evernote to Google Documents”
MacBook and MacOS it’s something different from Windows. I use Mac for almost four years and I decided to write this post – I’m satisfied with this hardware and software, but can’t not say something about some stupid solutions, stupid issues in Apple products. Some of them can ruin daily usage, some of them decided, that Macs can’t compete with much cheaper notebooks with Windows of Linux – everything because of limitations. If you are not real Apple “follower”, just read. I think much information from this post are not as popular, as their should be – you will not warn before buying Mac, so.. it may be great chance to avoid expensive and bad shopping.Continue reading “Mac and MacOS limitations”
It’s probably my first post about running… but not last one, because I run more and more – will add some post about that, but now, it’s time to summarize last local competition. A lot of small, but tiring hills and… my best result in such distance in whole life!
There are a lot of cyclocross and gravel tires on the market. We can now choose tires for many conditions: better for ridding tarmac, hardpack, better for grass, better for difficult terrain and mud (CX races) and some all-rounders. Last time I was looking for something for autumn and winter and finally decided to use a proven solution – I bought Panaracer Gravelkings AC 700x35c. It’s their new name, because I already used them year ago, and their called Gravelkings Mud. Why Panaracer decided to change name? I think because they have few options: non-SK for tarmac, SK for gravels, and these AC / Mud for mixed terrains and all conditions. This post is a small review after several hundred kilometers in this, and previous cold season.Continue reading “Panaracer Gravelking AC review”
During my work with Vue, I had some strange issues with data reactivity. In theory, everything should be fine and clear, and it’s true… but only in simple cases. If we use arrays, objects and more complex structures, reactivity can me misunderstanding for us. There are several options how we can solve this problem, but most of them are very bad. Fortunately, there is one, but very good and will work in any case: using key attribute for component and other elements on our Vue template. This post is how use it and what should we avoid when we fight with reactivity.Continue reading “Vue: forcing components refresh with keys”