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.