Pack the car. Fill up on gas. Grab ice from the store. And hit the road. The getting away part of getaways is the hardest part. We were headed to Sequoia National Park from Los Angeles. It should be an uneventful drive through California's Central Valley.
I've become mildly obsessed with box-shadows. When they are done well, they're magic. They provide depth, contrast, and clarity to the page. When done poorly, they're distracting. Let's dive into box-shadows.
I'm providing free APIs for anyone to use at data.joeczubiak.com. Our first API serves important public data about COVID-19. The idea is to provide a way to give myself and others useful tools to build interesting things with.
It felt like a more or less simple idea at the time. Create an email alert system for Form 4 Insider Transactions on the stock market. Months of working late into the night later I had a database full of millions of historic transactions and a functional website.
This tutorial will show you how to use React with Laravel in a way that lets you sprinkle React into a legacy Laravel codebase and blade templates. We will not be creating an SPA or using Create React App.
Bridging CMS content and react components via shortcodes
I thought it would be nice to create my own implementation of shortcodes for my blog so I can include my custom react components into my post by adding a simple shortcode. This creates the bridge between CMS and code that I was missing.