Thanks for coming to take a look at my blog section... it's a bit empty right now, but I'm hoping to add more articles over the next few months!
On this day - May 22, 2022
Some photos I took while out and about in Sydney on May the 22nd, 2022 - The day my niece was born!
How to use the HTML Picture Tag
An explanation of how you can use the HTML <picture></picture> tag on your website or blog to correctly re-size and optimize your images using WebP and AVIF formats
NextJS Sitemap with Dynamic Content
NextJS is amazing for creating Dynamic pages, but what about your sitemap.xml file. This article explains how you can build a dynamic one.
NodeJS Re-naming Files scripts
Need a quick method of re-naming some files on your computer, then try flexing your coding muscles with some NodeJS scripts...
Amplify Studio and NextJS
Guide of how to build a NextJS website and connect it up to an AWS Amplify Studio backend using services such as User Management, File Storage and Content Modelling
Webpack Starter Kit
Need to create a real simple Webpack website then use this starter kit to use as a template to start bundling your Vanilla JS and/or Typescript files!
Tailwind Tips you should know
Tailwind is a utility first CSS framework that allows you to build UI quickly... this article lists some of my favorite tips you should know about using it
NextJS Websites Hosted with Amplify
This article will guide you through how to host your NextJS website using AWS Amplifys user interface
Amazing A.I. Tools
A list of amazing Artificial Intelligence tools you can start using right now on your phone or web browser.
Do I need a high Lighthouse Score?
Find out why its so important for you to start focusing on your Google Lighthouse scores for your website and why it needs to be high
Should I still use jQuery?
In 2022 and beyond should you still be using jQuery in your websites? Lets discuss, as its not a simple as yes or no!
"Contact Us" Emails with AWS SES
This article explains how you can link up your websites contact us form to send you emails using AWS SES and verifying users with Google Recaptcha
Markdown Blogs with Next JS
This website makes use of Markdown files to generate it's blog articles, NextJS then builds them into static HTML files at build time. This article explains how they work!
Sample Blog File
This is a very simple and basic markdown file used as an example only for the purposes of explaining these articles!