Read posts that I have written concerning web development and some of the technologies I work with.
A couple months ago, I was rejected for a job with an awesome company. It was a bummer, but it made me rethink the ways I was marketing myself as a software developer.
Almost three years ago, when my wife and I were entering the United States after getting married in Mexico, we were turned around at the border.
When we first started managing this website, we saw around 15-20 users, on average, of their website per day. Now, in September of 2020, we are seeing anywhere from 200-300 users of their website daily, and in the past year have seen over 50,000 people checking out products on Garden Gate's site.
I have zero experience with Gatsby. The only experience I had had before with Gatbsy was going through some of the docs and deciding to use NuxtJs for my personal portfolio website instead of Gatsby, but this week I started work on a Gatsby Plugin.
I don't know a single person on the planet that likes being rejected, and I am not an exception. When I saw a job position in customer technical support open at Webflow this Spring, I immediately applied.
As developers, we can get organic website users to our blogs much easier than other people because we are always searching around for things we need to learn.
Here is how to share a fork link to your project on Github to make it easy for people to quickly fork your git repo.
In order to quickly remove the # symbol from your URLs, within your index.js file where you create a new Vue Router instance, add the history mode setting to it.
In this article, I'll share how you can build a sitemap for a large website with thousands of records in Laravel 8.
My question is this. Why are we making it easy for developers to not learn API development?
This is how you build a custom honeypot field with Vuejs and Nuxt that keeps spam submissions at bay on your website.
Well, you got your new CMS up and running. You are using Strapi, like me, but you are kind of lazy, like me. You don't have to manually share content on LinkedIn, Facebook, and other social sites. What can you do about it? Use Zapier!
In this article, I will share my reasoning for why I don't recommend building a web application entirely with a no-code product, and instead, recommend using a web framework that can make coding your full-stack projects faster.
Netlify offers a feature called "Build hooks". These are unique URLs that you can configure for your application to trigger deployments automatically whenever a post request is made to that endpoint.
Today I was exploring the newly released Laravel 8 framework and found the fresh composer package that Laravel developed for authentication view scaffolding. I was initially a little concerned about the move away from React & Vue, but I decided to give it a try anyway. I was very happily surprised that Jetstream looks like a wonderful improvement for the Laravel framework.
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