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Matt Anderson Jun 17
Replying to @mdx_js @4lpine
Put a bunch of interactive blocks into my latest post 😊
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Heavybit Jun 11
In episode 57 of , talks with , an independent engineer and startup consultant. They discuss MDX, the struggles of website migration, and why more projects are adopting JAMstack.
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h²y - Hooi Yan 🇲🇾 May 14
I just published my portfolio site today! This site is powered by Do check it out!
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Jonathan Bakebwa 📚 Writing thesis May 14
TIL that ignores non .vue files when building your application. I learned that you can use modules to load other extensions as components in Nuxt. I needed this to load files as routes under the pages folder. Here's an unpolished note.
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MDX May 12
Replying to @rheinardkorf
MDX can run in the browser! You can check out our implementation for the playground: Source code: Another related post:
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:party-corgi: May 9
Writing up a summary of the panel from last week and I'm amazed at how many potential posts I'm writing down as "TODO: expand on this idea".
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MDX May 9
Replying to @rheinardkorf
MDX currently has a first-class node API and multiple points at which you can patch into the transformation process. Currently the best way to do that is to go from jsx -> whatever output format you want with something like Babel.
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Laurie May 5
Super fun thing that happened last week I think? (what even is time right now) I joined as a maintainer for MDX! Super excited to hang out with cool kids like and as the work on v2 commences 🥳
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:party-corgi: May 3
Join us tomorrow (Monday) on Twitch at 3pm PST for a panel on , , digital gardens, and 's thoughts on the future. We'll also have some subject matter experts to chat about the future of MDX :)
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Prince Wilson May 2
Decided to play around with building a small code theme switcher on my blog today. It isn't the final stage but it was fun getting it all to work. I don't particularly want to change my entire site's colors but the code blocks could be helpful with color vision deficiencies.
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MDX May 1
👋 friends! We started working on MDX v2 and would love to hear thoughts, ideas, and questions from the community. If you'd like to join in on the fun, please head over to our v2 umbrella issue!
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Eli Mallon Apr 26
. rules, favorite new tool I've discovered this year. Embed JSX in Markdown for maximum power + expressiveness.
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John Otander Apr 20
Did you know that you can use React hooks in files for examples and interactive elements? Here's a quick post that recreates the React hooks example component inside an MDX file for an interactive button:
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Maggie Appleton Mar 30
Replying to @GatsbyJS @mdx_js
Doing a wiki-style “digital garden” structure using . More focus on process and collecting public notes around topics than publishing “finished work.” Honestly mostly doing it to build gratuitous, fancy-looking components.
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John Otander Apr 8
I've got this weird idea where we could embed blog posts into the docs that come from the community but canonically link back. Seems like it could be valuable to the community to have more aggregated docs while still benefitting the original creator.
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That’s My JAMstack Apr 8
It's time for Episode 25! (really?!?!) This week, we talk to ! The conversation ranges from design systems to to to documentation for the to costuming for cyclocross. It's a super fun conversation!
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Kyle Gill Mar 25
The same idea is on the homepage: "💻 Everything is a component: Import JSX components and render them directly in your MDX document." When I realized just what that means though it started shaping my opinion.
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CSS-Tricks Mar 25
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Kyle Gill Mar 10
THIS is why I love . Yes, you can add a component inline in markdown (💰), but there’s more! Because MDX documents can be imported like React components, you can actually compose pieces of content inside interactive experiences and build UI around it (💰💰💰)!
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Joachim Viide Mar 8
Gotta give 's Spectacle a spin the next time I'll have to make a presentation with and/or JSX. As an extra cool feature, it supports 's HTM for building presentations that live on a single HTML page, without a build step!
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