Why I Stopped Using Atom.io And Switched To Visual Studio Code

Why I Stopped Using Atom.io And Switched To Visual Studio Code

After using Atom.io as my primary text editor for my web development projects for the past 4-5 years, I've decided that it was time for me to switch to Visual Studio Code. I was tired of how long it would take Atom.io to load up my project, and decided that now is the best time to make the switch. [Read more]



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How to Make a Free Self-Hosted Blog Website with a Free CMS

How to Make a Free Self-Hosted Blog Website with a Free CMS

The cost to host a website can get expensive especially one that doesn't generate any revenue. What if there was a way where you can host an entire blog website for free? Yes, you still have to pay for a domain. I decided to tackle this challenge of finding a solution to this problem. [Read more]



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How to Check If Your GhostJS Theme Is Compatible With The Latest Version Of GhostJS

How to Check If Your GhostJS Theme Is Compatible With The Latest Version Of GhostJS

Every time GhostJS comes out with a new version, things are bound to break. One common occurrence is theme compatibility. In this post, you will learn how to check if your GhostJS theme is compatible with the latest version of GhostJS (or any major versions). [Read more]



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Starting The 100DaysOfCode Challenge

Starting The 100DaysOfCode Challenge

After weeks of trying to come up with project ideas to do for the 100DaysOfCode challenge, I am finally ready to start. The 100DaysOfCode challenge is a coding challenge where people code for 100 days straight for at least an hour daily while posting about their status on social media daily. [Read more]



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How To Add NoFollow Links In GhostJS Blog Posts

How To Add NoFollow Links In GhostJS Blog Posts

If you are a GhostJS user, you probably know that by default, it doesn't let you add any link attributes, such as rel = "nofollow" via Markdown. Don't worry, I thought so too. I was tempted to go back to Wordpress, but I figured it out. [Read more]



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Why DigitalOcean Makes A Great First VPS Hosting Platform For Beginners

Why DigitalOcean Makes A Great First VPS Hosting Platform For Beginners

There are a lot of VPS Hosting and Cloud Hosting solutions out there, such as Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure but they are confusing to the beginner, and this is why DigitalOcean, in my opinion, makes a great hosting platform for beginner web developers who've outgrown shared hosting. [Read more]



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Reasons Why I Switched My Old Workplace's Website From Magento To Shopify

Reasons Why I Switched My Old Workplace's Website From Magento To Shopify

In my first job, I was in originally in charge of SEO, then my responsibilities grew to social media management, and eventually becoming the guy who made most of the technical decisions for the entire company. One of the decisions [Read more]



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I Learned How to Make a Web Scraper To Learn How External APIs Get Their Data

I Learned How to Make a Web Scraper To Learn How External APIs Get Their Data

Back in college, someone I knew made their own Food API. Ever since then, I wondered how do APIs get their data? I found out it's mostly through web scrapers. [Read more]



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Why I Decided to Learn Vue.js Instead of React.js

Why I Decided to Learn Vue.js Instead of React.js

Web development has gone a long way. I started self-learning web development during my own time back in my Freshmen year of high school, and that was back in 2012 I believe. Fast forward to today, SPA frameworks are becoming [Read more]



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Why I Decided to Use VPS Hosting Over Shared Hosting

Why I Decided to Use VPS Hosting Over Shared Hosting

There comes a point, when as a site owner or web admin, there are instances where you have to make a decision, and one of them is hosting. Here, I will talk about why I decided to use vps hosting [Read more]



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Why I Chose To Create A Dockerized Microservice Architecture for My Personal Website

Why I Chose To Create A Dockerized Microservice Architecture for My Personal Website

I recently redesigned and redeveloped my personal website using a dockerized microservice architecture approach. A personal website should be simple, and some might think it's overkill, but in my case, it was the perfect solution to achieve my goals. [Read more]



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Why I Chose GhostJS Over Wordpress

Why I Chose GhostJS Over Wordpress

Before I redesigned and redeveloped my personal website, I used to have it run on top of Wordpress through my custom theme. However, I decided to choose GhostJS over Wordpress for several reasons. [Read more]



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