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On the web, we have the opportunity to do work that fixes things for people. It’s fascinating to me how different the scope of those fixes can be.… Read article “Levels of Fix”
“Jamstack is slowwwww.” That’s not something you hear often, right? Especially, when one of the main selling points of Jamstack is performance. But yeah, it’s true that even a Jamstack site can suffer hits to performance just like any other site.
When it comes to browser compatibility, there are still too many missing features and edge-case bugs. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Things can and will get better, if browser vendors can understand what is causing the most pain, and take action to address the causes. In Chrome we’re doing our best to listen, and we’re doing our best to address what we’re hearing. We hope
So this is going to be a post about the issues I’ve encountered, how I go around them, and why I still find Sass necessary these days.… Read article “When Sass and New CSS Features Collide”
Reactivity is one of Vue’s greatest features. It is also one of the most mysterious if you don’t know what it’s doing behind the scenes. Like, why does it work with objects and arrays and not with other things, like localStorage?
I am creating a WordPress plugin and there is a slight learning curve when it comes to using it. I’d like to give users a primer on how to use the plugin, but I want to avoid diverting users to documentation on the plugin’s website since that takes them out of the experience.