I build stuff, learn things, and write about it.

  1. 5 min read

    How to build, test and release a node module in ES6

    • webdev
    • javascript
    • node
    • npm

    Over the last couple of weeks I’ve had incredible fun building the random code generator live on Twitch. At the time of writing this post, I’ve also merged over 70 pull requests into the repository for the application on GitHub. This got me thinking — what if people could use the same silly random code on their own applications to create even more lols on the web?

  2. 6 min read

    Three ways to use Puppeteer and Node.js to screenshot web pages and generate dynamic Open Graph images for social sharing

    • webdev
    • serverless
    • javascript

    Harness the power of a tool called Puppeteer to take screenshots of browser pages and generate dynamic images to share on your social media accounts. Let’s take a look!

  3. 7 min read

    My Twitch live coding setup in OBS

    • streaming
    • twitch
    • live coding

    I often receive questions about how I set up OBS to stream live coding on Twitch — so let’s take a look!

  4. 5 min read

    How to generate an RSS feed for your blog with JavaScript and Netlify functions

    • javascript
    • serverless
    • webdev
    • tutorial

    After I built my first project with Contentful, I had no idea people would actually want to follow my content using their favorite RSS reader (thanks, Stefan Judis!). So I set out to learn how to generate an RSS feed for my microblog that’s built with no front-end frameworks.

  5. 5 min read

    How to make your code blocks accessible on your website

    • accessibility
    • css

    If you’re a developer or technical writer who publishes content on the internet, you’ll want to make sure your code examples are presented beautifully for your audience to consume. But how do you ensure your code blocks adhere to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) standards?

  6. 9 min read

    How to build a lightweight microblogging site with Contentful, vanilla HTML, CSS and JavaScript

    • tutorial
    • javascript
    • contentful
    • noframeworks

    Learn how to build a lightweight microblog with Contentful and vanilla HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

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