I used Baserow (https://baserow.io) as the backend for a tiny landing page built for NimbusWS (https://nimbusws.com). Yak shaving aside, building with Baserow was quicker, easier, and much easier to manage/administer than other solutions I might have chosen in the past.
I stood on the shoulders of the giants over at wickedtemplates (https://www.wickedtemplates.com) who open sourced wickedblocks (https://blocks.wickedtemplates.com/) and built their tailwind templates into individual components powered by lit-html, which is now called Lit (https://lit.dev/)
An idea on how to manage services and stores just as flexibly as components are handled. The answer: make them web components.
Explaining Vue Going from almost-zero to Vue
How to do basic cookie based authentication with Nuxt, because nuxt-auth doesn't currently support HttpOnly cookies.
If you're into Mithril, have I got the new shiny, experimental, component library for you!
A quick rough-and-tumble guide to manually writing OpenAPI v3 schemas (which you shouldn't be doing), with a focus on the NodeJS ecosystem
A quick walkthrough primer on building sites with Mithril, SystemJS and ParcelJS
An approach to styling components for external use with CSS variables, using other pardigms sparingly along the way.
Patterns I've found myself using repeatedly on Vue projects
BSD + PATENTS.md != F/OSS. Stop using React.
Three month coding bootcamps just aren't enough to properly learn and be productive with the trifecta of HTML/CSS/JS, nevermind the rest of the modern web stack.