Today I learned that my site which has been basically the same since
2016 is a JAMStack site. Although it was coined in 2015 by
Netlify, it seems to have become really popular in the past 2 years as a
term. I’m told it’s more of a theoretical framework than anything else.
be converted to numbers. It’s a very cool feature but can cause a lot of
pain because adding 1 doesn’t always do what you think it should due to
type-juggling. So you might think there’s an easy and relatively
foot-gun free to convert an array of strings to numbers. You would be
wrong, well maybe not at least if you don’t use the functional language
that’s besides the point.
today. It’s a unified selector interface and brings so much power to the
end user. It’s applications are near endless, like replacing JQuery or
web scraping. It allows you to query the
current document using a css selector, and returns a NodeList.
It unifies the selection interface in the web today.