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From Jekyll to Hugo! From GitHub Pages to Netlify!

After a few years of blogging using Jekyll, my website became slow and I stopped enjoying working on fresh content. Hugo and Netlify have solved my problem.

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Top picks — 2018 March

Prototyping and cloud libraries in Sketch 49, tons of cool stuff on React's world, C++ must have, shocking results of Stackoverflow Developer Survey and CSS Typed Object Model.

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Siema! Thanks for 2000 stars on Github!

In November 2016 I was looking for a carousel for one of my projects. I couldn't find one that fulfills my requirements so I built one. Months have passed, hours have been spent on the project and 280 commits later…

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Top picks — 2018 February

Math concepts explained better, Phase — another Sketch compeitor is coming, event loop in JavaScript, debugging Node.js in VSCode and danger that comes with using third party scripts and stylesheets.

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My Amazon S3 photo backup solution

As an amateur photographer I have been looking for a cloud backup solution for years. Keeping a physical backup on an external hard drive is definitely not enough. Then I came across Amazon S3.

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I built a thing - an Alfred workflow to manage Things lists

Alfred is my favourite productivity booster for macOS. Things is my GTD tool of choice that perfectly suits my workflow. I've connected the power of the two apps together.

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Top picks — 2018 January

Easier purchase process with the Payment Request API, improvements to the Web Animations API, Array & Object explorer, changes in Apple Developer Program, HDR Photography in Microsoft Excel, rise of the state machines, HTML 5.2, AMP drama, JavaScript frameworks, CSS Print API, brand new Bootstrap 4, CSS Grid by Wes Bos, laws of good UX, mobile search ranking changes, HTTPS everywhere, Safari meets Service Workers and more!

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The Resize Observer explained

How many occasions have you attached a resize listener to a whole document just to track changes on a single DOM element? Those times are over — the Resize Observer is here.

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What's new in ECMAScript 2018

The last TC39 meeting resulted in finalised features set for ECMAScript 2018. This article presents all the new goodies — let's get on it.

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Top picks — 2017 December

React explained one more time, non-config bundler called Parcel, Turbo as a new npm alternative, mobile first indexing enable by default, better adds, JavaScript compiled to binaries and more on the last top picks of a 2017.

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