Something which might appeal to IndieWeb fans out there is my new blog, The Spicy Web! https://www.spicyweb.dev
It's focused on finding ways to learn and use the latest "vanilla" web technologies and the libraries/tools which align well with the open specs. So much has changed lately—especially with CSS—and I want to document some of the exciting goodies in store!
Some cool news about Gitea federation with Mastodon:
While it's highly unlikely that Bridgetown would migrate off of GitHub, maybe there's an opportunity to create a federated mirror so you'd get notifications of pushes, branches, etc?
I didn't realize the toll the pandemic had taken on me until I was flat on my back.
Is the future of code letting AI do most of the work? Is it allowing “the cloud” decide what to write next? Who knows. Maybe. I hope not. https://www.spicyweb.dev/zero-boilerplate/
The iPad Desktop
Because there are some tasks I really do prefer to perform in iPadOS vs. macOS. Why can’t I have my cake and eat it too?
It's release day! Say hello to Bridgetown 1.1 "Belmont" (beta)
I18n, Lit (w/SSG+SSR) components, Inspectors, and Sass in esbuild: What’s new for Bridgetown as we head into Q3 2022.
1994 was a wild time. I'm pretty sure that's when I first connected to the internet and got my first e-mail address (at cello.gina.calstate.edu!). Using Mosaic and soon Netscape Navigator for the first time was nothing short of mind-blowing. By 1996, I was publishing my own websites, and then in 1997 someone paid me to build them a website. 25 years later, I'm still getting paid to build websites. What a ride!
I'm reading a lot about #DuckDuckGo (Search) using Microsoft trackers. According to my research this is not true. The issue is that the DuckDuckGo browser allows third party scripts from Microsoft on third party websites. This has nothing to do with the search engine. DuckDuckGo CEO has published a statement: https://old.reddit.com/r/technology/comments/uxiah9/duckduckgo_caught_giving_microsoft_permission_for/i9xxjsn/?context=3
Blogger, Ruby & web developer, photographer, and musician. Creator of Bridgetown, a Ruby-powered web framework.
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