Today I set up a mailing list for a weekly newsletter. This is something I already mentioned in a post about my plans for this blog. Now what is it for? Why should you subscribe? I’ll tell you.
Last week, I created this little personal website which will be the home of all my future posts. As you can see, I already took over all my last articles that I wrote over the last two months. So let’s tell you why I write and what you can expect from my future posts. Continue reading A new home for my articles and future plans
I developed enterprise software (.NET) for about six years, when I started to dive into web development. Today I’m going to tell you about the journey, what I could have done better, and what I plan for the future.
If you want to build small page or blog and want to rely on Jekyll as a static site generator instead of using a fully fledged CMS, this article is for you.
An overview on how to use the flexible box layout (short: flexbox)
There are several approaches on creating responsive web apps with ReactJS. Apart from using whole frameworks like Bootstrap, I wanted to create a responsive grid view with styled-components, which was amazingly painless.
In my last article, I showed how I built a HackerNews feed with React and styled-components. In the meantime I could connect this little news feed to the official HackerNews Firebase API. Like the last time, I will show you how I did it and what I experienced while doing so.
Being inspired by a blog post from Dave Ceddia about learning while copying existing products, I came up with the idea of building a small story feed for the HackerNews page while trying out styled-components.