My thoughts, ideas and notes from 8 years as a front-end developer.
How long does it take a developer to make a change on your website?
Using oh-my-zsh and the Starship theme to create a beautiful terminal environment.
Modifying the permalink structure of my website to fit my folder structure.
Using a command line tool to backup your Cloudflare DNS records.
What I learnt from re-building an existing site using the React static site generator Gatsby.
Continuing my goal of continue building websites that leverage progressive enhancement.
Useful applications to quickly get your front-end code hosted with a shareable link.
Building super fast and maintainable static websites using the latest and greatest tools.
Setting up and creating a build pipeline can boost productivity and improve developer happiness.
Using Mozilla's Observatory to improve the security of your website or application.
Using a command line tool to backup your Route 53 DNS records in time stamped folders.
When an idea comes to mind, or when building a new product, I like to move quickly to get the project into the hands of customers to test.
Using the little green contribution blocks on my GitHub profile as motivation to continue my education.
Utilise the power of Homebrew and cask to install most applications on a macOS machine with a single command from your terminal.
A collection of useful Homebrew commands for my own reference.
A collection of useful npm commands for my own reference.