How My Site Knows The Next Page You Will Visit
I was browsing the GatsbyJS documentation late at night when I came across a section called “Improving Performance ”. As you might expect, I saw sections on SEO, caching and auditing, all of which I have already looked into, but there was also a sect...
Auditing the First 100 Pages of the Top 100 Websites
When you’re browsing BBC news, or streaming your favourite Youtube videos, I doubt you’re thinking about the site’s accessibility. We all frequent the same sites but are they setting good standards of accessibility and performance? Does a site’s pop...
Turning Runs into Data Visualisation Posters
It should have been easy to get my data. Instead I ended up having to go on a journey into the world of puppeteer - an awesome way to interact with chrome through node.
How To Ask For Help On Slack
Instant messaging platforms we are used to like Whatsapp and messenger have got us into some bad habits that we shouldn't carry over to slack. Fixing your slack messages with one character.
Recreating 'The Imperial March' with JS
Did you know that 'The Imperial March' is 104bpm? This is the kind of useless fact I now know as a result of trying to recreate the classic theme tune in the browser. An experiment with Tone.js in Gatsby.