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How to start freelancing?
1 project | reddit.com/r/PinoyProgrammer | 23 May 2022
Usually freelancing need portfolios. I'd suggest building a sample project that uses this https://github.com/ndimatteo/HULL since it's really easy to extend if customers ask for more
What is the point of learning to build e-commerce websites when platforms like Shopify exist?
6 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 24 Feb 2022
Awesome Shopify Resources for 2022
5 projects | dev.to | 14 Feb 2022
eCommerce website, build by Nextjs, Sanityio and shopify
1 project | reddit.com/r/nextjs | 2 Oct 2021
Hey, this is the template that I am using. https://github.com/ndimatteo/HULL I think Sanityio has some template that is with Nuxtjs. You can take a look.
What is the proper way to pull data in a Next x Contentful x Shopify build?
1 project | reddit.com/r/nextjs | 22 Aug 2021
Check out Hull, very similar except using Sanity: https://github.com/ndimatteo/hull
Using Spotify Web API with SvelteKit Endpoints to create a Now Playing component.
3 projects | dev.to | 20 Apr 2022
Ever since I saw this implementation of the Spotify API in Next.js (check the footer), I've been wanting to do the same thing in SvelteKit. Knowing the song someone's listening to in that very moment makes an otherwise mostly static website feel pretty dynamic.
v5 of my portfolio with Next.js (open-source)
9 projects | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 17 Apr 2022
another leerob.io fork
How is fetched data in Next.js API routes stored?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/nextjs | 13 Apr 2022
I'm not sure if this we meant the same thing here, but I was referring to the caching headers that you implement within an API route you created, example with setHeader used in an API route. I genuinely thought that these headers were telling your servers, in my case Vercel's servers, to cache the fetched data on the server every time the fetch() runs. This way no need to store the latest fetched data in a database, but those are still cached and, therefore, immediately available when you want to retrieve (via fetch/axios or SWR/RQ) that data on the client (via fetch/axios or SWR/RQ) because it was already fetched on the server and cached on the server. If the "The fetch() implementation inside your API route does not do anything with those caching headers." What are they for? This means that using an API route is pointless if you don't store your data in a database? Every time you fetch() your API route on the client fetch('../api/user/'), the fetch() implementation inside your API route will have to make its requests from scratch fetch('https://example.com/some-external-endpoint') ? If this is true, there is no point of using an API route as it doesn't reduce the amount of work and waiting time on the client. You can make your life easier by directly fetching the external endpoint on the client...
Added Spotify in Portfolio [knowankit.com]
2 projects | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 9 Apr 2022
I too have seen the https://github.com/leerob/leerob.io repo
Ask HN: What are some good styles/layouts for technical blogs?
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 31 Mar 2022
So far I've found some layouts I really like:
Best developer blogs
3 projects | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 30 Mar 2022
My Open Source Journey
15 projects | dev.to | 14 Mar 2022
After this humble begining I started contributing to libraries I was using in my projects some of which are geist-react, leerob's site, html-to-rescript, dogehouse and much more.
RSS Feed with NextJs?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/nextjs | 10 Mar 2022
I like how Leerob from Vercel solved it: https://github.com/leerob/leerob.io/blob/main/scripts/generate-rss.mjs
Make An Impressive Portfolio Site 😎️
9 projects | dev.to | 7 Mar 2022
Some of the best examples for open-source portfolios on GitHub are by Tania Rascia, Britanny Chiang, Lee Robinson and Soumyajit Behera. Study these repos and learn how you can structure your portfolio and write clean code!
Adding a CMS to a Next.js site hosted on Netlify
3 projects | reddit.com/r/nextjs | 22 Feb 2022
However, it can't be used with Next. But there's now ContentLayer which works really well but is very alpha (docs aren't even finished yet). When I implemented it for my site, I used Lee Robinsons (head of developer relations at Vercel, the folks who make Next) site leerob.io which is entirely open sourced and a great example.
What are some alternatives?
nextjs-notion-starter-kit - Deploy your own Notion-powered website in minutes with Next.js and Vercel.
next-shopify-starter - Nextjs + Tailwind CSS + Shopify Starter
nextjs-multiple-domains - Example using SSR to handle multiple domains on the same project.
shopify-next.js-tailwind - Learn the Shopify + Next.js + Tailwind CSS Stack! SWR, Hydrogen, + more
react-syntax-highlighter - syntax highlighting component for react with prismjs or highlightjs ast using inline styles
next-plugin-preact - Next.js plugin for preact X
server-components-notes-demo - Experimental demo of React Server Components with Next.js. Deployed serverlessly on Vercel.
Next.js - The React Framework
helm-repo-example - Auto-updating Helm repository with GitHub Actions