Decoupled CMS

Decoupled CMS, also known as headless CMS, has its front-end component (the head) removed, and what remains is a backend delivering content via an RESTful API. Because of its backend-only nature, it does not care about how the content is displayed: its focus is just on storing and delivering the content, and nothing more. Decoupled…

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var vs let

You may think that let is the new var with an exception that let does not allow hoisting. This was my original understanding also last year. However, I learned recently that there are other differences as well. Take a look at this iteration. As you can see, let binds to each iteration. So let is…

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Jekyll vs. Hugo

While static websites was the beginning of the Internet, aka www, modern static website generation is just getting started. Why static site generator? Static site generators are a great choice for blogs and other content that do not require dynamic content pulled from a database. Hey, this is how the web used to be. Simple…

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HTTP /2 anti-patterns

The web has changed dramatically over the last decade, yet the backbone of the web – HTTP, hasn’t been changed. HTTP/1.1 has got various limitations and web developers have always worked around those, Performance issue in terms of bandwidth utilization Performance issue in terms of resource consumption in client and server Web design and maintenance…

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