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Exploring the Jamstack and the future of web development.
It's easy to get swept up in the latest libraries and platforms, but don't underestimate the time savings of "boring" tech.
Static sites powered by Forestry's git-based CMS, made even easier.
Static doesn't mean boring! Easily add client routing and page transition animations with swup.js
Spoiler - you probably don't need a kitchen sink framework.
Scalable e-commerce made easy with the Jamstack.
Static sites powered by Forestry's git-based CMS, made easy.
A handy trick to make your Svelte components feel even more like plain old HTML.
Static sites powered by a git-based CMS, made easy.
When you should `use:` actions in Svelte.
A (work-in-progress) minimalist CSS framework.
Easily add json+ld structured data to pages build in Svelte, with TypeScript type checking!
For visitors that use a keyboard or screen reader to navigate websites, hidden quick links can make a site much more enjoyable.
That's right! Your site built with a JS framework with client-side code can still support users with JS disabled.
The Jamstack is evolving. Where did it start, and what does it look like in 2021?
A (work-in-progress) generic entity store for Svelte projects.