This is a summary of the site that lists categories, tags and what not alongside the number of posts. Not quite useful for anyone other than the publishers.
I had been meaning to use more of Fastify for work, but only made that a reality recently. So far I have had a great experience on the server framework. What is Fastify? Fastify is a low-overhead server framework built on top of NodeJS. Fastify was started in late 2016 and jumped to v1.
I was getting back to Svelte for a small project and ran into a strange issue. npm run dev did not run the svelte app as expected - no output or errors. First I create a new project. 1 2 3 4 npx degit sveltejs/template awesome-project-1 cd awesome-project-1 npm i npm run dev And, I get greeted with nothing.
VestaCP is an easy to use control panel. You just need to know where to go for what! The Problem SSLs are de-facto standards for web applications of today. How can you enable SSL for your own web app, preferably for free? The Solution I am no Unix Guru and for the life of me, cannot enable domains, mails, etc.
I am a big fan of Vue and cannot breathe without static sites. So, it is only natural that I play around and implement Vue-based static sites for fun and profit. Here’s a distilled-down version of my experience with Vuepress. The Situation I create static sites that are “real” websites. Typically the following factors in a static site generator help -
Here’s a simple way to organize your taxonomies and have a bird’s eye view of the number of posts per category/tag in Hugo. The Problem As techformist.com grew, I became more and more disorganised in maintaining taxonomies. I had some interesting situations - a “static-site” category coexist with “static sites” category confusion b/w why I chose a few terms to be tags rather than categories in their own right the recurring need to “rethink taxonomy structure” depending on the flavour of the month and time of the day This often required me to go back and change a few taxonomy terms, or to reorganize site structure in order to provide better visibility to chosen topics.
Medium, Dev.to, Hashnode, Wordpress? Or, why should you invest in yourself rather than in platforms? The Problem Developers should write and write often. It may be anything - code snippets, ideas, thoughts, design principles, standards and what not. I have found that writing down things often forces me to solidify abstractions and get more clarity.
Aren’t you following the right way to git? Are you frustrated with the message “There is no tracking information for the current branch”? Keep calm and read on. The Problem I create new Git repositories all the time - just like any other developer. I am too stupid to notice the small things and learn my lessons - unlike any other developer.
Wondering how you could apply modern UI design to emails? Here’s the answer. The Problem I don’t know about you - but emails are the last thing that I want to design. I end up sending plain text emails for most of my apps, and that works just fine. However, a few projects have more complex requirements.
We back with a valuable site of the month after a not-so-brief hiatus. Here’s presenting this month’s pick - an online HTML editor. No.. Not another editor HTML editors are aplenty. Anyone and everyone can whip up a quick site using TinyMCE, CKEditor and the like, provide a preview and call it a day.
Configure email server on a third party host using CPanel, while continuing your app server on your favourite VPS. Background Typically I configure email server to be on the same server as my NodeJS / PHP app. Bad practice? Sure. But, it works just fine for the kind of applications that I write.
Debounce operations in Vue using this 10 line script. Avoid loadash and friends. What is debounce? Delay and throttle operations to wait and collect user input before doing something with the input. The “something” can be updating another field, doing an API call, or starting a timer to self-destruct. Did you not debounce earlier?
Centralize all error, warning and info alerts in one place. I like v-alert and tend to over-use it. It enables us to show detailed notifications (error or otherwise) - without significantly causing user inconvenience. I find v-alert more suitable in my apps than using, say, popup alerts that interrupt users, or “toast” notifications which I find unsuitable for detailed messages.