The evolution and redefinition of the Jamstack.
Notable changes in my life, on my website, and in other projects.
You're going to see lots of changes over the coming months. I'm a tinkerer at heart and it's time to do some tinkering. I'm putting into question everything I do with the goal of coming out more focused. Ultimately I'd like for you to have a better understanding of what you're getting if you follow me, which includes subscribing to this newsletter.
I suspect The Spinneret will evolve along with these other changes, but that it will be for the better — that you'll get more out of it.
As always, keep the suggestions coming. You are my early subscribers and what you say holds a lot of weight in these decisions.
New blog posts and videos I published last month.
As I'd hoped, I got back into publishing regularly in May. The article that got the most attention was The Evolution and Redefinition of The Jamstack. This was my commentary on how the Jamstack has evolved and the words we should be using to describe it today. It received a lot of criticism and led to many great discussions.
Also, a handful of tutorials:
And a few new definition type posts:
Articles and news I read last month that I found interesting, with some commentary.
Here are my favorites from last month, in case you missed them:
New tools that I've recently discovered. They aren't necessarily new.
I really didn't do much poking around last month. The only new thing I came across was Podium, which promises an easy experience composing microfrontends. I haven't really dug in, so I can't perfectly articulate its value, but if you have several distributed front ends, I'd suggest at least poking around a bit. And here's an article that looks to be a nice intro guide.
That's all for now! See you next month!