Most code editors allows you to set code style standards. I use PHPStorm as my preferred code editor.
Formatting code becomes easier when you set a coding standard in your editor. However, when I tried to reformat my code, PHPStorm (v2020.2) did not reformat the code as intended.
I verified that the styles are in place before I restarted PHPStorm. But the restart didn’t help.
With Google at my rescue, I figured that you can temporarily solve the problem by deleting the
.idea folder that PHPStorm generates.
I recently upgraded Docker to Docker Desktop Community 126.96.36.199. I ended up with the following error when I ran the containers with the upgraded version.
mount: /host_mnt/Users: not mount point or bad option.
Unchecking the `Use gRPC FUSE for file sharing` option solved my issue.
Today is someone’s birthday, a person close to my heart. I wish the person a happy birthday and many more happy returns.
On this birthday, I want to share a quote that I read recently.
❝The best way to predict your future is to create it.❞Abraham Lincoln
Remember, the best is yet to come.
I’ve pushed the reset button once again. I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve flushed the contents of this blog.
I had to reset because — may be I needed a fresh start, may be I’m realigning my priorities, may be I wanted this blog to feel more personal or may be I wanted to be more intentional with my writing.
In short, I’m steering the course of this blog to reflect my thoughts on how I perceive life and my imagination on what an exemplary life could be.