You can find todays challenge here and follow along with me.
It's that time of year, it gets dark earlier and earlier and the elves are up to their old tricks of making mistakes and having me fix them. This time they've lost Santas sleigh keys by dropping them into the ocean and we have to find 50⭐ to make the experimental antennas signal strength higher to find them.
It's been a while since my last post however this one is born from curiosity and not being able to find the answer to this particular question so hopefully it helps someone else like me.
Another post, another long delay. In my last post I teased that I'd been working on another extension to Stubble which would add handlebars style helpers to your mustache templates.
When building Stubble one of the things I set out to avoid was the situation that Nustache, the precursor to Stubble, got itself into by adding non-standard mustache functionality by default. It could be quite easy for users to fall into using these non-standard components and then you've inadvertently made your templates pinned to the library you're using and if things get changed in future the version.
It's been awhile since I've posted, partially because I've not being doing much that is in a place that I want to talk about yet. Keep your eyes open for a post about the Stubble Helpers extension I'm writing in the future though.
So last time we spoke about why I decided to create a whole new library to replace Nustache rather than just updating it. If you haven't read that blog feel free to go read it here but if you only care about Stubble then read on.
For those of you that have come to this without any context. Nustache is the main Mustache renderer for .NET. It has been around for awhile, it is pretty fully featured and robust.