Next.js 14 Comes With Interesting Updates
Utilizing Facade to Enhance Website Performance
Some integration on website also add some challenges to maintaining the website's performance. As I learned, there's one trick to deal with that kind of integration for your website. This approach involves using a facade.
My Blog Now Is Using Headless CMS
I've been working with Headless CMS for the past year on a company and my experience was great with the advantages of it, so I think to give it a try with my own website...
Protect your form against spam bots
I was in the middle of embedding a third-party form on the website. The form snippet is just like the usual HTML form and the website is built using Next.js. At first, I thought it’s working well, fill the fields and submit it. But my team was told that we received various weird submissions with
Web 3.0 and its potential
There’s new term on internet world that bring back the ideas of decentralization concept to run data. Today’s websites and applications that we use mostly are “owned” by big tech companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon, etc., even banks...
I do a minor redesign to my blog, here's why
Since I move my blog from dev.to to wordpress 6 months ago (read more about this), I do the research and trial to make the design simple yet convenience for everyone to visit and read my posts. Let me tell more about it. Choosing the theme The first thing I did before I built my
Let's compare JSX with HTML
A web page is made of HTML as its structure, stands for Hypertext Markup Language. The code is either HTML originally or compile to it so the browser can read it and show the content of the web page on your screen.
Trying out pomodoro technique
On the days of working from home, I was experimenting to find methods that help working more efficient and productive. Then I found pomodoro technique and decided to give it a try. How is it?