Written content to help you along your web development journey, without forgetting to have some fun along the way.
Components may reduce the total volume of code you have to write, but keeping them organized can be a nightmare. Here are three simple rules to keep you organized, consistent, and productive.
Images often come in handy alongside documentation. Here are a few methods for adding them to your README and other markdown files.
Leaving a job can be a sweaty, anxiety-inducing, stressball of an experience. Here are a few thoughts to make that process easier. Future You will thank you.
Aside from opening new tabs, the Meta+k shortcut is the one I use most frequently when working on the command-line.
Visual support is a great to add context and meaning to abstract or theoretical text. This is how I sketch for blog posts today.
We use a Flexible Page Model to find the sweet spot between flexibility and productivity for our content editors.
Learn how to use Gatsby to deliver content to other front-ends in a super speedy way!
While Eleventy doesn't appear to be built for today's component-driven landscape, here are three approaches we can take to get closer.
When managing multiple marketing channels, you don't need to spread the content. Here's one method for keeping it all together in a single source of truth.
It's hard to choose the right headless CMS when there are so many options. There's one decision you can make before comparing CMS products.