How to use Sentry with Fastify

In this tutorial, we will cover how to use Sentry with the Fastify Node.js framework. This will cover not only collecting errors, but also environments and releases so you can get the most from your Sentry dashboard. What are these? Sentry is a popular, class-leading application monitoring and error tracking tool for backend API’s and […]

Remove the WordPress admin bar

If you have a WordPress site with lots of users or you want to see your site as it looks for everyone else on the web, you probably want to remove the WordPress admin bar. There are plenty of legitimate reasons for doing this, and frankly, we feel it’s something that should be available within […]

How to use Tailwind CSS with Nuxt

Tailwind CSS is a utility-first CSS framework that is easily modified to suit your intended style. It comes with an extensive range of classes for your HTML markup to create components such as cards, buttons, form inputs and more with ease. This tutorial is for projects that use another CSS framework (such as Bootstrap) and want […]

Medium-like social sharing in Vue

In this tutorial, we cover how to use the share-this package (itself inspired by Medium) in Vue for your readers to highlight and share your content. This Medium-like social sharing package is lightweight and extensible with some unique and impressive features. Before going any further, the implementation for this is using the Creating a blog with NuxtJS and Netlify […]

Automatic PDF download in all browsers

Downloading a PDF automatically (such as when clicking a submit button on a form) is tricky and especially so when it needs to work in Internet Explorer. Browsing the web, I found several ‘solutions’ to this problem, but, in the end, only one solution worked properly. The code Let’s assume we’re going to use axios to make […]

Create a blog with NuxtJS and Netlify CMS – Part 2

Part 2 of this series focuses on the internals with Nuxt and Netlify CMS. Utilising Netlify CMS, we can have a fully-featured blog without the need for a database or server. If you haven’t already read part 1, go check it out! Again, if you’d prefer to skip this tutorial, feel free to clone the repository from Github instead. Automating your […]

Create a blog with NuxtJS and Netlify CMS – Part 1

In part 1 of this series, we’ll cover setting up Nuxt and Netlify CMS to create and maintain your blog posts. If you’re already set up and want to read the more technical stuff, head over to part 2. Also, before you go any further, this post was heavily inspired by Marina Aísa, who created the foundations for this series with her […]