Every ObjectId includes an embedded timestamp. No need for a separate “created at” property.
Tailwind 1.3 added the ability to specify a line-height for each font-size in your config file.
Gatsby supports TypeScript out-the-box. Unfortunately, the official solution has several shortcomings which limit its usefulness. There is a better way.
You’re using Netlify CMS to manage the content of your Gatsby-powered website. The default Netlify CMS preview displays every field, including metadata. That probably isn’t what you want.
JSON Schema includes the multipleOf keyword. This is very useful for checking that a number is rounded to a specific number of decimal places.
You can apply a “highlighter” effect to text using background gradients.
Your site uses Gatsby and Netlify CMS. Tailwind and PostCSS take care of the styling. You run
gatsby develop, and encounter a cryptic error message.
Migrate is a very useful migration framework for Node. Unfortunately, its documentation is lacking in places. Here are a couple of handy options not covered by the README.
sudo -u <user> <command> doesn’t inherit the user’s environment. Here’s how to fix that.