This issue, our 98th, is full of really great things to read, including two links on Airtable (including a tool to publish Airtable data as a static site), a guide to serverless, and a really beautiful Gatsby-based e-commerce site.
PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE Ruthlessly eliminates unnecessary renders for all template languages, build times are improved in v0.8.0. Median benchmark build time improved by up to 45% (Nunjucks) and by 25% (Liquid).
Hugo has fairly frequent releases. It’s one of the many things I like about it. Once in awhile though you may want to test out the in-development version of Hugo. Maybe there’s a new feature or bug fix that’s merged that you just can’t wait to use, or maybe there’s a larger change coming that the development team needs help testing. Maybe you just like living wildly. Regardless of your reason, here’s three ways to run the development version of Hugo.
This is specifically showing you how to use unreleased, probably buggy software. Keep that in mind.
Learn how to use guess js to enhance user experience of your Gatsby site. Guess JS uses Google Analytics data to determine which page a user is mostly likely to visit next from a given page and prefetches them, making UX super smooth.
A CMS impacts most people working on digital products, including the content creators, developers, and digital leaders who direct the development of new products. The technology used to manage content across products can either enable people to do their best work or become a source of frustration. Upgrading content infrastructure is more than a tactical decision — rather, it’s a strategic investment in talent that will drive organizations forward.