Process JSON data from the command line with JQ
jq is a handy little utility for processing JSON in the command line. It’s useful for turning it into a more readable format when using curl
5 question problem solving strategy
Having a clearly defined, repeatable strategy is the easiest way to make problem solving more tolerable.
To understand the arrow function syntax, you need to get an understanding of a few different ways of expressing a function.
Understanding data types: boolean and equality
A boolean value is either true or false. Like a light switch it’s either on or off.
Formatting dates in Gatsby with GraphQL
Perhaps the easiest way to format dates in Gatsby is at query-time using Gatsby’s GraphQL layer.
Understanding data types: null vs undefined
Using CSS Media Queries in React
Using a library called React Media to make CSS media queries possible with React components.
Real-time updates with Sanity watch mode
Watch mode allows you to see realtime content updates without having to manually re-run the build process.
Query data from Sanity using GraphQL
Learn how to query structured content in Sanity with GraphQl and display the content in a Gatsby website
Set up a Gatsby project with Sanity
How to configure Gatsby to play nice with Sanity. Including configuring the gatsby-source-sanity plugin and some cool extra development features that ship with Sanity.
Deploy a GraphQL API for a Sanity project
If you want to consume your Sanity dataset from a front-end the you will need to set up an API. You can do this using Sanity’s custom query language GROQ or GraphQL. These notes focus on the latter.
Content schema in Sanity
When modelling your data try and think about your content not as ‘pages’ but as content ‘types’ and establish what fields each of those content types will need.
Starting a new Sanity project
Sanity is a headless CMS that allows you to structure your content by building custom schemas and deliver it as a flexible API, which you can then query using a front-end of your choice.
Destroy all for loops
Making improvements to a todo list app using higher order functions and callback functions.
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Functions inside functions
5 different examples of using functions within functions. Lean about higher order functions and callback functions
Escape the Console
Getting data from inputs
Working with the Debugger
HTML and the DOM
Data Types and Comparisons
Thinking in Code
Build a toggleAll method.
Loops for Logic
Objects allow you to group your functions together, so everything related to your todo list is in one place and easy to access.
Functions are like recipes; a set of instructions which can be given to someone so they know exactly what to do or how to make something.
In programming, lists are called Arrays. Learn how to build an array and display items from the array in the console.
What can we learn from shortcuts?
People are resourceful, they will always find the low friction routes, to save money and time. Design for a real need at low friction.
Building With Your Users
Build with your users, get quick feedback loops, and iterate after.
1,000 true fans
To be a successful creator you need only thousands of true fans.
Use Content Marketing to Build a 7-figure Business With Zero Advertising.
A long hard look at the current impact the meat industry is having on the health of humanity and the world we live in.
Your go-to guide to creating ridiculously good content.
Make Good Art
Success in creativity is about making good art.
The breakthrough power of lateral thinking.
The Challenger’s Almanac
A curation of stories — experiences, failures, lessons learnt and ideas borrowed — from businesses and thinkers challenging the way business is done today.