In large organizations, the deployment of incredible software solutions can often be immediately constrained by overly strict roles and permissions. Their full potential, closely guarded by layers of administrative rules, can never be realized.
I'm an avid user of Brave on iOS, drawn by its strong privacy features, which come in handy for tasks like testing analytics, Content Security Policies, and general content-blocking side-effects. But how does one debug this browser directly on an iPhone?
Strapi is a great content management system, and my go-to these days. Often, the underdog Scrappy-Doo comes to mind. Like a show with failing ratings, I've grown the need add some character to Strapi. Custom configuration and utilities have accumulated over time, and
patch-package has served me well.
Page Transitions are becoming a standard part of screen-based user interfaces' design and development process. With the View Transitions API making its way into a majority of browsers, we must remember to consider accessibility requirements and build with them in mind.
I awake, beads of sweat forming on my forehead. "My God," I whisper, "I should write that down." This website, and the section within, have consumed approximately six months of my existence.