Gatsby JS is such a terrific framework, which among other things, generates static sites.
I feel a large part of my successful ability at keeping pace with deploying each day was Gatsby’s wonderful developer experience
It works quite well, but there are occasional problems where it tries to parse code as Markdown if you include too much whitepace.
I’ve probably ended up repeating myself a lot in the last 31 days by mostly opting out of the global scope CSS cascade.
Nevertheless, I love how CSS Modules lets me write and compose CSS classes. Writing CSS without fear of poluting other entries was nice!
This tutorial video series by Wes Bos was the resource that first introduced me to the power of CSS Grid. And thanks to Mozilla for sponsoring!
Andy Clarke’s Art Direction for the web is an inspiring read, and a reminder that not all websites have to look like cookie-cutter 12 column layouts.
CSS Grid’s excellent “Guide to Grid” was open almost the entire time I was developing these entries, invaluable!