Manually creating images for blog posts can be super time-consuming. Here's the foundation necessary for automatically generating meta images for content in markdown files.
When writing some script or program that works with markdown files, it's nice to not have to generate them manually. Here's a script to get the job done for you.
Astro is the new static site generator on the scene. This is why I'm so excited about it.
My go-to method for gaining access to AWS using the Node.js tooling.
Environment variables are a great way to store values that will change based on your program's context.
Bear is one of the best editors out there, but lacks workflows for your content. Here's how to programmatically write Bear notes to local markdown files.
webpack has a reputation for being super complex and difficult to implement. But as its most basic, it can do a lot with little development effort. Let's walk through a simple example together.
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