Written content to help you along your web development journey, without forgetting to have some fun along the way.
Designing a website with variable content is challenging. Here’s a suggestion I give designers that helps strengthen the system without adding significant scope to the project.
You can get to production faster by separating CI and build/deployment process. But there’s risk in it. Here are two approaches to help with the decision.
To help the developers build robust and high-quality web apps, Angular offers plenty of useful tools.
A handy CLI tool for catching misspellings in any files in your codebase.
Add a component that dynamically swaps between next/link and a native anchor tag, and decides how to write the target attribute, all based on the href property.
Although more applicable to traditionally-built sites, inlining critical CSS can be a quick and easy performance boost for your site, especially as it grows.
Inlining critical CSS is a breeze for classic SSG sites built and deployed using Netlify. Here’s how it works.
Running React in strict mode with Next.js can lead to useEffect callbacks with zero dependencies to run twice in development. Here’s a way around that.
It’s surprisingly easy to create infinite loops in React.
A (limited) CSS-only approach for styling placeholders, along with a way to work around the limitations with a custom JS-based solution.