With the release of React hooks we now have an alternative (and cleaner) way to write our components. Today we’ll take a look into the new syntax, make comparisons to traditional class components and discuss the pros and cons of this new approach.
Are you learning React? It’s a great library, but not without its nuances, which can be a cause of frustration for beginners. Today we’ll discuss some handy tips that’ll get you past the most common stumbling blocks and on your way to React mastery!
FTP has always been the go to tool for developers looking to push changes to a server. Today we’re going to learn a better, faster and more reliable way to deploy changes using the command line and Rsync.
Let’s talk about static site generators. In this post we’ll learn what they are, how they differ from a traditional dynamic CMS and why you should consider one for your next website.
Today we’re going to talk about SSH keys, what they are, how to set them up and how they can improve your existing workflow.
So version 2.0 of my site is now out in the wild. After almost two years I felt it was time for a refresh, both visually and from a technical perspective. This time around I’ve decided to move from WordPress to Hugo, a static site generator built with Go. I couldn’t be more happier with the results.