I smashed a bug and I liked it

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  • forem

    For empowering community 🌱

    I like how the DEV platform (Forem behind the scenes now) grows and evolves. I'm a daily user of it, and I genuinely believe there's no better place for developers to share and get industry-specific knowledge these days. But in addition to the content and the community aspects, there's another huge and exciting part — the product itself and the open-sourced development of its codebase. In my opinion, it's done very well, and the Forem's documentation is really great (I use it as inspiration for my own side project's documentation). As for the team behind Forem, these folks are the role models, and the team culture is so great (just take a look at a couple of conversations in their issue tracker) and should be adopted in some similar way by all software companies in the world.

  • Ruby on Rails

    Ruby on Rails

    I'm not a Ruby on Rails or Preact person. But after reading the Forem docs, I got interested in both ecosystems. And the best way to dive deeper into the language or the framework is to write something in it. So I decided to roll out the Forem platform build locally and try to make something with it. I started from the second step ("What?") to incentivize the first one ("How?") for myself better.

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  • Preact

    ⚛️ Fast 3kB React alternative with the same modern API. Components & Virtual DOM.

    I'm not a Ruby on Rails or Preact person. But after reading the Forem docs, I got interested in both ecosystems. And the best way to dive deeper into the language or the framework is to write something in it. So I decided to roll out the Forem platform build locally and try to make something with it. I started from the second step ("What?") to incentivize the first one ("How?") for myself better.

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