As a frontend developer, working with static site generators and serverless architecture is a joy. We can create very powerful and amazing applications which we can also server-side render.
This article aims to give you a step by step guide for building a very basic website using Nuxtjs and Contentful — including a simple Vuex example.
This was a week marked by two huge tech acquisitions. Google is buying data analytics company Looker for $2.6 billion in a move to bolster their cloud computing offering –– and keep up with their rivals. This comes off the back of another major transaction; Salesforce will acquire Tableau, an analytics platform which specializes in interactive data visualization. Digital transformation is firmly here — it’s not just for early adopters, startups or the technologically curious.
One of the most beautiful things about the web is that content is for anyone with an internet connection. The internet has no language — whether you speak Spanish or Swahili, you’ll find what you’re looking for within the pages of Google. And that is thanks, in part, to translation.
Every day, thousands of pieces of content are translated and sent out so audiences can delight in reading the news in their own language, or study an online course tailored just for them. It means that people from all corners of the globe can participate in sharing and communicating, a huge step for our collective repository of human knowledge.
Today we’re excited to show off a new look on our website, Contentful.com. We’ve built everything using Contentful, and we’ve executed both a redesign and a migration to Gatsby simultaneously. But these are stories for another day, featuring our expert web developer and designer.
Today we’re talking brand.
A year ago, Clue relaunched its website as an encyclopedia for women and people with cycles. Clue's first product is a period tracker app, which is used by over 10 million people to track their symptoms and learn about patterns in their reproductive health.
Lately, we’ve been thinking that our readers might be better served by interactive content that does more showing and less telling.
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