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How to Build a Static API with Gatsby

Learn how to use Gatsby to deliver content to other front-ends in a super speedy way!

Jan 14, 2021

3 Ways to Render Server-Side Components with Eleventy

While Eleventy doesn't appear to be built for today's component-driven landscape, here are three approaches we can take to get closer.

Jan 10, 2021

Add Netlify Redirects and Headers to an Eleventy Project

What seems like a simple task can be a little tricky to get right with Eleventy. Learn how to add a _redirects file to Eleventy projects deployed with Netlify.

Sep 24, 2020

The Spinneret: Issue #4

I've launched my new personal website with a perfect 💯💯💯💯 performance score!! Take a look inside to see what else happened in my web development sphere throughout August 2020.

Sep 23, 2020

Git Merge: Accept All Changes

Have you encountered a large merge when you know you are going to accept all current or incoming changes? There's a way to achieve without stepping through each file.

Sep 17, 2020

Programmatically Creating JSON Pages with GatsbyJS

Learn how to generate static JSON pages from markdown files and external data using the Gatsby static site generator.

Aug 27, 2020

Run JavaScript when Variable Exists

It's super frustrating to have a race condition in which some JavaScript code may be run before a variable it needs exists, causing an error. Here's one approach to getting around that.

Aug 21, 2020

The Right Way to Learn JavaScript in 2020

At first glance, the JavaScript ecosystem is overwhelming. Here are thoughts on how to slow down, center yourself, and find a place to begin.

Aug 20, 2020

Add a Static Directory to an Eleventy Project

Copy static files from a directory into the root of the build directory with Eleventy.

Aug 17, 2020

The Spinneret: Issue #3

Keeping up the pace with new blog posts, while engaging the team in some interesting discussions via Slack. July was a series of experiments and conversation-starters.

Aug 13, 2020
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