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Kevin Regenrek
πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ή Building digital experiences β˜„οΈπŸ’» mostly with and . πŸ“š Sharing my tutorials at
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Kevin Regenrek Nov 27
Replying to @mmatuzo
But I wouldn't call it appropriate - it's necessary :)
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Kevin Regenrek Nov 27
Replying to @mmatuzo
What about newsletter
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Kevin Regenrek Nov 23
TailwindCSS 2.0 and nuxt-color-mode are already working very well together.
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Kevin Regenrek Nov 22
Create and read blog posts on client-side with and management API. Simple example here:
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Kevin Regenrek Nov 22
If you using and you should try nuxt-storyblok-queries. It removes a lot of overhead in your nuxt projects
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Kevin Regenrek Nov 17
I usally use v-bind.sync for objects too
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Kevin Regenrek Nov 10
Replying to @FrancoisKerisit
Danke ✌️
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Kevin Regenrek Nov 9
New Website up. We built it with and incl. dynamic opening hours and menu plugin component!
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Kevin Regenrek Nov 9
Replying to @mario_sommer
Coole Sache!
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Mario Sommer Nov 9
πŸ” may I present - an easy way to get your menu online. my contribution to help πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ή restaurants during the lockdown!
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Kevin Regenrek Sep 12
Replying to @Lachlan19900
I put everything which compiles on gh. I often dig through gh for specific code problems and I'm very happy to find at least fragments of a solution. So i try to share my results too if someone is looking for a specific problem.
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Kevin Regenrek Sep 12
I'm already looking forward to global conference πŸ™Œ
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Addy Osmani Sep 12
If JavaScript libraries are proving costly, replace them with smaller alternatives. Lighthouse in now recommends smaller libraries that improve bundle size.
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Kevin Regenrek Aug 27
Replying to @kentcdodds @HasuraHQ
is really nice
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Addy Osmani Aug 23
In , you can now right-click any element to take a screenshot of that element!
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Kevin Regenrek Jul 29
Replying to @SamuelSnopko
This was insane fast by the storyblok dev team! Thank you πŸŽ‰
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Kevin Regenrek Jul 29
Replying to @kregenrek
What I'm missing right now is that you can expose your own field to the storyblok GraphQL API like some user_id (which you can join with hasura users table. So this would be some nice thing to get storyblok posts written by external users.
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Kevin Regenrek Jul 29
Replying to @kregenrek
To add storyblok graphql api to hasura is pretty easy. * You will need Hasura 1.3.0 * Add remote Schema with Server URL and Header+Token * Test request
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Kevin Regenrek Jul 28
Replying to @kregenrek
Since storyblok is exposing graphql API it would be nice to see some combination with hasura remote schema/joins. But are some issues when you try to build a relation. Contentful seems supported
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Kevin Regenrek Jul 28
I built a small app with and vue apollo. Could be helpful if you need some external data inside the cms. Repo is here:
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