So one thing that I do, you know, how you like you do something just you've done it forever and then when you show it to somebody they're like blown away like, oh man, what a good idea, whatever nobody is said that to me on this one but I thought I'd be one of those things that um that I just do it naturally in and you might find it to be useful so in my global git ignore for my machine.
I have a pattern for ignoring anything that includes the text dot ignored dot and and so then I can create a folder.That's like temp dot ignored dot staff or more often I'll create a file that's like temp dot ignored dot js and what this allows me to do is I create a file like that within my project that I just want to play around with stuff and I don't want to have to install all the same dependencies in a different project or whatever and I don't want to mess up the other files that I have in my project and then I can mess around with things and I do this a lot for interacting with third-party APIs, I'm just trying to learn about like what's the code that I need to write to consume?
Just kind of in the way there especially since I configure type script to be unstrict mode and everything I'm just rapidly iterating over some code and then when I'm all done with that, I can copy it into where it should be in my project and add types to it and everything like that so anyway.
I think that it can be useful to have a little kind of a playground sort of area for you to to experiment with different ideas and stuff if you want to take it to the next level there's quokka by Wallaby JS and I do have quokka and I use that sometimes but what I'm interacting with third-party APIs, I want.
To be explicit about when I'm rerunning the code and so yeah having just a separate file for that can be quite useful. I've done this for years and maybe that'll be interesting or useful to you hope you have a great day bye.