Jeroen van Wissen
In my journey to learn more about TypeScript and locking in a personal development stack I decided to publish my own ESLint config package, to be used in all my projects.
Why does everything need to have a purpose. Often when I read about some interesting tech thing on the internet I start thinking about where could I use it for, what could I build with it..
After switching to static builds from SSR and having some other issues with Netlify, I decided to go back to self hosting in a Docker container.
Without adding an external dependency to your project, I worked out a simple solution to generate a sitemap.xml on your Server-Side-Rendered Astro.build website. I'm using this on my websites hosted on Netlify
Since I started working with Astro.build I was looking for a really simple CMS system that could publish Markdown (.md) files to GitHub and found that TinaCMS could do the job...
Decided to redo the website a bit, wasn't too happy with the previous black/white theme. Also simplified things a bit and started working with the Astro.build Content Collection feature.
Categories are now clickable and link to post per category pages..
I started to build simple websites like this one with Astro.build, a static html generator framework.
It was about time I started doing something with my personal website again.