One part experiment in serverless functions, one part a place to keep track of the various things I want to bookmark and share. Maybe in the future a place I can automatically send emails from.
The following is going to get slightly opinionated and aims to guide someone on their journey into open source. As a prerequisite, you should have basic
The JS Party podcast just had a fun episode where they debated this classic question by splitting into two groups of two. Each group was assigned a "side"
With Eleventy, consuming data coming from a GraphQL API to generate static pages is as easy as using Markdown files.
A good case can be made for why boring is preferable to exciting in many aspects of our lives. Yet, we're reluctant to apply this sentiment to the web. Rathe...
CSS In Real Life is a blog covering CSS topics and useful snippets on the web’s most beautiful language. Published by Michelle Barker, front end developer at Ordoo and CSS superfan.
I clearly know what all of these things are. Their names are not at all similar. But let's review, just to make sure we know...
GraphQL has taken this industry by storm, but what is it exactly? In this special episode of the Ladybug Podcast we’ve invited 14 GraphQL experts from the community to educate us on all things GraphQL!
Giving users ways to opt in and out of your private betas. Video and tutorial.