One part experiment in serverless functions, one part a place to keep track of the various things I want to bookmark and share. Maybe in the future a place I can automatically send emails from.
Excerpts from my Eleventy/webpack configuration.
Skipping servers and using the JAMstack to build and deliver websites and apps can save time, money, and headache by allowing us to deliver only static assets on a CDN. But the trade-off of ditching traditional server-based deployments means that standard approaches to dynamic, asynchronous interactions in our sites and apps aren’t available anymore.
Does that mean that JAMstack sites can’t handle dynamic interactions? Definitely not!
JAMstack sites are great for creating highly dynamic, asynchronous interactions. With some small adjustments to how we think about our code, we can create fun, immersive interactions using only static assets!
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Let's explore a few ways of moving an element along a path, including the upcoming CSS motion path module and the newly released GSAP3.
The other day, Cassie Evans tweeted a really neat trick that I’ve never seen before: using SVG to mask one GIF on top of another. The effect is quite