Another day, another time to use ssh. Wanting to connect to your server, you begin typing ssh [email protected] - and darn - what was the server's IP address again? You frantically search your
Imagine a world in which it was as easy to build a Jamstack app as it was to build a server rendered web app using frameworks like Ruby on Rails, Laravel or Django.
Python is truly my go-to programming language. The ease of use, clean code and speed of development it delivers are unmatched. Often times I was able to prototype an idea very quickly. When I moved on to larger workloads there was one problem though: the execution speed.
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) are great. They are fast, infinitely resizable, supported by all major browsers and can be freely used by anyone. In short, they are the go-to image format for the
The CSS framework Tailwind CSS and it's utility-first approach has completely changed the way I approach designing websites with CSS. Instead of creating custom CSS classes like “button” or “header” you use utility