Here are 10 websites to make your developer lifestyle much easier. I use these 10 at a minimum of 3 times a week each.
In this article you’ll learn how to track your outbound link clicks like all the major companies do, and we’ll do it for free. Google analytics is great, but sometimes it’s just too much. So I started using this home brew solution.
This is a breakdown of my daily use tools for development operations. Everything from DNS services to Saas products.
In this article we’ll be covering how to add a custom domain to your Notion.so site with a Cloudflare worker.
There’s a ton of bookmark utilities to add your favorite websites to your Notion Workspace. This one allows you to do all of that with an automatically captured screenshot of the website.
Tool tips are an important part of the user experience. Let’s cover the absolute simplest way to add them to your website.
WebLense is an Express API that captures screenshots of websites and saves them for faster rendering.
ReadMe.js is a super simple tool to embed your README.md file directly into your website.
I've been using glitch since the early alpha days. Things have changed a lot over time for the better. It's the nature of development. I'm confident in what Glitch is doing and am thankful for how easy they have made my life.
Imagine a world where it is as simple to message or call anyone as it is to send them an email. A world where you can communicate without being forced to install the same app. A secure messaging protocol is important too. Introducing [Matrix].
The dashboard game is all about how functional and how fancy your dashboard is. WalkxCode made this incredibly easy for us with Homer. Learn how to deploy Homer via Docker.
If you’re using Raspbian your default username is pi. In this article, I will teach you how to change this username, the password, and remap the home directory.
Here’s how to mimic the Jekyll Development Server with Nginx for a production environment.
Let’s talk about Glitch! Glitch is a place to develop your NodeJs projects with community support and abundant inspiration.
LowDB Blog is a LowDB (ya don’t say?) and jQuery powered blog with a full private and public API. This repository is updated frequently.
Do you have a consenting friend who you just happen to need their password? Look no more, here is a complete set up. Please note this article uses a depreciated Google API. It is only left up for archive purposes.
Jekyll Short URL uses Goo.gl as a back-end and a small Script on your 404 page. This post contains depreciated APIs, Google has shut down Goo.gl. Please consider using a different URL shortening service.