Discover why I as a web UI engineer have chosen not to track analytics on my website.
I write about React, NextJS, Accessibility, Reusable Components, and general website development and design topics.
Does your website need dark mode? If you want to build an accessible website then you will need to include support for it on your site.
Progress bars and meters, what are the differences? In this post we extend a flexible React component that supports the meter role.
Ever had to include a progress bar or progress indicator on you website? If so, do you know if it's accessible? Learn how to in this post
DRY vs. DAMP, no I'm not talking about your clothes, I'm talking about tests. Don't Repeat Yourself vs. Descriptive and Meaningful Phrases.
I share my experience with Uveitis, what accessibility means to me, and how creating accessible products can empower your audience.
In this article, I aim to demystify the term Component Driven Development in plain English and how it applies directly to React.
We're going to be covering how to develop a 'read time' counter which estimates how long you have left reading before you finish reading an article.
CSS-in-JS is a decisive topic, but in this post we cover an accessible function that helps generate CSS with accessible colours that is flexible and dynamic
You know what's cool about React? State. You know what's not cool? Prop drilling. Let's explore how to share a state store between components without props.
We explore how we can drop a CSV file into my Gatsby data directory and build a GraphQL schema based on that file during build-time.
With the introduction of NextJS 9, you can now dynamically create routes for your site in under 10 minutes with a little configuration.