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Animating page transitions in Next.js for Capacitor
Capacitor is a fantastic solution to running web apps as native. Unfortunately it can also be quite hard to give your front-end that extra polish to make it look truly native. In this article we’ll go over implementing page transitions in Capacitor and Next.js If you’re reading this I’m going to assume you’ve managed to […]
The One Font Pairing Tool You Need: Why We Love fontjoy.com
Font pairing is a skill almost every kind of designer will have to use at some stage. But a lot of us weren’t specifically trained in typography! So where do you start? Thankfully, Jack Qiao’s fantastic AI-powered font pairing tool fontjoy.com is a wealth of free inspo for amateurs and professionals alike. How Do You […]
How to add emojis to git commits with this handy tool
Commit messages can easily look like a wall of text and, at a glance, can be hard to follow. Gitmoji, a style guide for adding emojis to your commit, makes this a problem of the past. Today we’ll go through how to add emojis to git commits quickly and easily using this resource. If you’ve […]
Do you need Redux? I didn’t, and you probably don’t either
After completely removing Redux from most of my codebases, I realised that it’s not half as important as most of the internet seems to believe. So do you need Redux really? Here’s a little exploration on why you should think about dropping it altogether. What is Redux? In case you’re not aware, Redux is a […]
How to structure a blog post for SEO and readability
Knowing how to structure a blog post is a skill of its own. Much like any kind of writing, there are a set of rules you must follow if you want to optimise SEO and make sure people find the article easy to read. You can’t just go on a 50 paragraph stream-of-consciousness rant – […]
How to return a 404 error in getServerSideProps with Next.js
After a lot of misunderstandings and frustration with the documentation on the Next.js docs I decided it might be worth explaining how to properly return a 404 error in getServerSideProps with Next.js. What’s the problem with Next.js and its error pages? If you’re reading this you’re probably aware that Next.js has a fairly clear page […]