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Web design and development certainly wasn't taken seriously for a long time. I struggled with this career and how it was seen, but not for all of the same reasons as the original author.
I don't want to claim to be anti-Tailwind, because I really do find utilitiy classes to be useful in some circumstances, but looking at the giant block of classes on Tailwind-based sites is mind numbing.
Hoping that Decap CMS works out ok so that I'm not constantly updating blog posts locally.
Now that Vue 3 with the composition API is standard, and Nuxt 3 is stable, it became time for a total update and redesign—and it is happening largely in the open.
So I think I fit into the front-of-the-front-end paradigm when it comes to my career.
Looking for a way to pull in projects from GitHub, I grabbed all repos with the GitHub API and sorted by what I needed.
Organizing Nuxt’s built-in content with array sorting.
I’m now taking advantage of Nuxt’s built-in content handling features.
Building my personal site with a more modern development experience.
On creating a fully responsive site that scales just about every element based on browser width.
Making the setup of a new workstation a little easier for my future self.
You probably didn’t scroll all the way down here, did you?
Fun ways to make a boxy, grid-based medium a bit more exciting.
As a professional I have made the switch and wow oh wow is it an amazing collaborative tool.
Web development is getting very complex.
Working on the front of the front end.
Web development is complex, and tools to solve problems might be overcomplicating things.
Learn the medium you’re working with.
I do not totally agree with this take.
We should all learn the medium we work with.
I do not agree with this take.