January 14, 2021

If you’ve ever used something like Drupal, Laravel, or Adonis, you’ve likely encountered a template engine. A templating engine is a tool that a framework can use to assist in scaffolding a front-end for a website or webapp. The engines used in the aforementioned tools are Twig…

By learning a few commands can open a new world of functionality as a developer. Today I’m going to cover some of those basic commands to get you going.

I recently attended a talk which compared the Linux command line to magic in Harry Potter. Although I went into the…

In the third part of this series about WordPress and Gatsby js, we will be creating pages using templates and components using data from WordPress.

So far, we’ve talked about what themes and plugins to use for a WordPress back-end and why. We have also created a new Gatsby js…

Note: This is part two in a series of posts about Gatsby.js and WordPress. You can find Part One here, and Part Three here.

In the last post, we covered setting up WordPress for use with Gatsby. …

Note: This is part one in a series of posts about Gatsby.js and WordPress. You can find Part Two here.

Ever wondered how to use Gatsby js with WordPress? This post will cover everything you need to know about getting WordPress ready for a Gatsby site.

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Today we will be covering a few popular methods to style our React JS applications such as Styled Components and Sass to explain the benefits of both.

There is a battle raging in the online development community about whether or not people should be using CSS-in-JS, or CSS-in-Javascript. …

In this article, we will cover how to use WordPress as a headless CMS by leveraging the WordPress API and React js when building a project.

If you’ve ever wondered whether or not you can use React with Wordpress, the answer is yes. …

I know, I know…another task app…

Hear me out though! We are going to build a task app that also filters the list based on a search query in real time. Sound complicated? It’s not as complicated as you may think, so let’s dig in!

A quick note before we…

If you’re anything like me, react state was a somewhat confusing concept at first. Props were easy enough to grasp, but state was a harder piece to get my head around. How is it set? Why use that if props can handle data? In this react.js …

Note: The code for this project can be found here.

If you’ve been around in the developer world for a while now, you’ve probably come across comments or articles which mention “stacks” such as MEAN, LAMP, or XAMPP.

Today we will be diving into the MERN stack which is similar…

Tim Smith

I am a full-stack web developer from the midwest.

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