Building The SSG I’ve Always Wanted: An 11ty, Vite And JAM Sandwich
Back in January 2020, Ben Holmes set out to do what just about every web developer does each year: rebuild his personal site. In this article, he shares his story of how he set out to build his own build pipeline from absolute ground zero and created “Slinkity”.
If the web accessibility community were to somehow collectively agree on a single rallying cry, it could easily be “use native, semantic HTML elements.” This, like most things in accessibility, is an oversimplification, but it is a helpful one. As 2019 draws to a close, many of the popular component libraries (see: Material UI and …
There’s been a lot of buzz around the “no code” movement and shifts like SaaS and APIs. But with developers spending less than a third of their time actually writing code, the developer experience now includes all the other stuff, maintenance, operations, testing, incidents, more. So how exactly are developers supposed to coordinate all these systems? By focusing on developer experience (and tools) that actually embraces the messy complexities of their tech stacks: rainforests, not planned gardens.