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Written content to help you along your web development journey, without forgetting to have some fun along the way.

Why Notion Is Awesome

Notion is striking a (challenging) balance between developers and content editors, largely as a result of three primary attributes of its approach.

Jan 30, 2023

Should You Use a Book to Learn to Code?

Is learning to write code with a book a thing of the past? Or is there still something we can get from a book that we can’t get from a web-based resource?

Jan 23, 2023

How to implement HTTPS in local development for React, Angular, and Node

Using an SSL certificate can be beneficial in local development, especially when communicating with external services.

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Jan 11, 2023

6 Strategies for Scaling Static Sites

Pre-rendering pages on a site (traditional SSG) is a great way to serve a small amount of content. But it’s difficult to scale this strategy. Here are a handful of strategies that can be used to maintain your productivity as your site grows.

Jan 09, 2023

11 Tasks Before Launching a Website

A punchlist of the last few tasks for developers to consider before launching a new website.

Jan 05, 2023

Organizing Documentation by User Mode

We rebuilt the Stackbit documentation site from scratch, reorganizing everything by expanding on the Divio documentation system.

Dec 15, 2022

Use Commit Hashes when Sharing GitHub URLs

Sharing GitHub commit hashes directly works for ephemeral uses, but there is a safer way for links that need to last.

Dec 15, 2022

Never Lose Copied Text Again!

If you’re constantly copying and pasting and losing what is on your clipboard, here’s the perfect solution!

Dec 13, 2022

Deleted 3 Apps Thanks to Raycast

Raycast has boosted my productivity while also covering the offerings of three applications I was using.

Dec 09, 2022

5 Nav Patterns to Help Users Find the Right Content Quickly

A series of strategies that you can use together to help your users find content quickly.

Dec 08, 2022