In episode 25 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Johannes Schickling and Soren Bramer Schmidt, the co-founders of Graphcool, a GraphQL backend development framework. They discuss the evolution of GraphQL, the communities that surround it and its use in production.
In Ep. #24 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Trey Huffine, software engineer at Postmates, an on-demand delivery service based in San Francisco. The pair discusses the pros and cons of server-side rendering and the joys of React. Stick around for the latest picks!
Netlify recently launched the beta version of its Identity service, a JSON web token (JWT)-based user authentication service. I work on the Support team at Netlify, and I’ve seen firsthand that JWT and user management can be a little daunting. So, this post will provide both a closer look at JWT, as well as an overview on how to implement Netlify’s Identity service. By the way, JWT-based access control can be used with any JWT authentication provider, like Auth0 or a even a self-hosted server.
Storybook is built for React, so if you're using Preact you'll need to do a bit of configuration to get it going. This tutorial will help you get up and running with Storybook 3 and Preact.
In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian invites Kent Dodds to the studio for a chat. Kent describes how he manages to actively contribute to open source projects while balancing a full-time job and a family. He also weighs in on why the developer community has over-reacted to the recent React licensing changes and explains how TC39 membership works.
Side projects are especially awesome when they help you solve a real-life problem. During a recent problem-solving expedition I encountered a roadblock that I’d bet prevents a lot of us developers from finishing our side projects: just because a solution is possible, doesn’t mean it’s affordable. If this is sounding familiar, you probably know that infrastructure can be pretty cost prohibitive, both in time and money. Here’s a look at how I used the serverless framework to ship my side project without any additional cost.
Starting today, managing your custom domain and DNS records on Netlify just got easier, with a redesigned Custom Domains card, and a whole new DNS zones tool.
The open source Netlify CMS has hit 1.0, with the release of an editor-friendly UI and general improvements that yield greater stability and usability.
Webpack is a build tool for modern web applications. When Webpack bundles your application, it recursively builds a dependency graph that includes every module your application needs. From this graph it then packages all of those modules into one or more bundles.
Today Smashing Magazine launched a complete site overhaul, including a tech stack built from the ground up on Netlify and its open source projects. And it's 10x faster than the old site.