Yet another one of my projects, Naked Adventure, grew too outdated to support it. I had to rewrite it from scratch.
I took the opportunity to redesign it as well. (screenshots before & after at the bottom)
(~2 min read) naked-adventure.eu
I got super annoyed having to set up all the dependencies for each project every time I started one, and especially implementing user management... Log in, register, confirm email, forgot password, MFA, change email, impersonate, manage avatars, over and over again, booooooring!
So here it is: a template for quickstarting new projects, with all of the above (and more!) included out of the box!
Yet another one of my projects, Avi • Simple placeholder avatars, grew too outdated to support it. I had to rewrite it from scratch.
I took the opportunity to redesign it as well.
Unless you just use this library to replace emojis with
<img> tags in your backend.
FontAwesome provides thousands of icons, but you probably only use a few dozen on your website. Instead of loading all of them as a webfont, you could use SVG sprites.
This library is a simple helper that:
- registers the icons you use in the place you use it,
- dumps a refined set of SVG symbols at the end of your page.
You can check out a blog post about possible gains.
It wasn’t really supposed for the New Year, but I’ve had plenty of free time on my hands during the holiday break, so here it is already: a brand new version of my blog
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Simplify Graphql configuration using plain methods with typehints and annotations.
This bundle is a wrapper on
(~3 min read) gitlab.com/Avris/GraphqlBundle
When I first heard the term “Autowiring”, I thought it sounds exciting. But when I learned more or less what is it about, I got pretty sceptical of the idea. Too much magic, too much implied information... However, when I finally used it for the first time... Gosh I wish I could never define services manually again!
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