I’ll just put these here
A list of things that I’ve found on the web and thought, “oooh, that’ll come in handy”, or that perhaps just amused me. Either way, here they are.
A clean and simple writing experience for those who like to write in Markdown. Including instant preview as you type, CSS-based themes, PDF and HTML exports.
I have a Hugo boilerplate of my own, but this looks like it might replace it. Lots of useful utilities and solutions to the taks you often find yourself doing on a new Hugo build project. Plus useful tooling for working with Netlify hosting too.
A very useful VS Code extension for anyone who writes UML. This brings live previews and custimisations for usgin PlantUML into the VSCode editing environment.
A long list of tools and resources for sites built around a JAMstack architecture. Includes static site generators, hosting, CMS as a service, APIs and more.
A screen recording utility script for Android. Written by Paul Kinlan and very handy for anyone capturing screen recordings from their Android phone for demonstrations.
An interesting looking and lively technical discussion site
A static site generator which uses React and provides both pre-rendering and client-side hydration. Some interesting bonuses included such as easy service worker support and GraphQL built in for provising templates with their data.
A handy and configurable VS Code extension to insert formatted date strings with configurable triggers and formats.
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A new resource for conference speakers and attendees. Hoping that this will grow to replace the now dusty Lanyrd site which Eventbright appear to have mothballed.