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Hack the "Deploy to Netlify" Button Using Environment Variables to Make a Customizable Site Generator

Hack the "Deploy to Netlify" Button


The "Deploy to Netlify" button allows you to create a boilerplate project that can easily be deployed by other users to their Netlify accounts. In this article you can learn more about this feature and some extra interesting options that come with it!

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JavaScript Frameworks and Metagaming

JavaScript Frameworks and Metagaming


The author of SolidJS looks at the framework from the perspective of game theory. Being an avid Magic The Gathering player, they try to explain what can you learn from the game and how these learnings can be applied to building web frameworks.

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Saving data to Supabase and getting it back again

Saving data to Supabase and getting it back again


How to add a database to your web project with Supabase and interact with it using serverless functions.

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The great decoupling: Why web developers are looking at the edge

The great decoupling: Why web developers are looking at the edge


Web development hasn't changed a lot in 10 years, but modern browsers and APIs are opening the door for a new, decentralized approach known as Jamstack.

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Creating a dynamic color converter with 11ty Serverless - bryanlrobinson.com

Creating a dynamic color converter with 11ty Serverless


11ty started out as a static site generator, but is quickly getting into the dynamic game. Use the templates and structure you love, but use them on the server, as well!

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How To Choose A Headless CMS — Smashing Magazine

How To Choose A Headless CMS


There is an array of Headless CMSes out there. In this article, we delve into headless CMS features to satisfy your content editors, marketers and yourself as a developer.

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Mercurius

Mercurius


Mercurius is a GraphQL adapter for Fastify. Mercurious has performance has first class citizen and a lot of other interesting features. Absoluterly recommended if you are building GraphQL APIs using Node.js.

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Book of the week

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Angular 2 Cookbook
by Matt Frisbie

This book covers all the most complicated Angular concepts and at the same time introduces the best practices with which to wield these powerful tools. It also covers in detail all the concepts you'll need to get you building applications faster. Often neglected topics such as testing and performance optimization are widely covered as well. A developer that reads through all the content in this book will have a broad and deep understanding of all the major topics in the Angular 2 universe.
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