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2022

Pinia: The friendlier alternative to Vuex in Vue 3

You can read this article also in Spanish . On February 8, 2022 Vue 3 became the default version of Vue. This is an important step, as…

Angular libraries & Storybook: Generate a component library ready to publish in packages

You can read this article also in Spanish . Style guides have been around for years, but not so long ago, designers and developers have…

2021

CORS & Vite : Fixing CORS problems in local and deploying with Netlify

You can read this article also in Spanish . Lately I have been working on a personal project that among other things uses a SERP service…

GitHub Copilot: Analysis and reflections after 1 month of use

You can read this article also in Spanish . At the beginning of July, GitHub presented in private beta what in my opinion is one of the…

PWA & Vite: Development of a Progressive Web App with Vue 3

You can read this article also in Spanish . Since the arrival of the PWA concept in 2015 until its implementation in most browsers in 201…

GitHub packages: Create and publish Angular packages in your repository

You can read this article also in Spanish . The use of packaging is common in Open Source projects through NPM , but there is also the…

2020

Next.js Commerce: Overview and first steps

On October 27, the Next.js conf , the global conference of Next.js for the developer community, this year in online and interactive…

JS libraries generation with Webpack: Configuration of a stack to generate libraries that can be imported by third-party services.

You can read this article also in Spanish . We live in a time when Javascript dominates the web and the architecture based on microservices…

Gatsby and Netlify CMS: All the power of a CMS in JAMstack without leaving your repository

You can read this article also in Spanish . For a large community of developers Gatsby JS and Netlify are the perfect match when it comes…