The Nuxt Step for this website
Long story short I finally took the time to update this little corner of the web I put my name to.
When I started a few years back I didn't think that my ramblings would be of interest to anyone. But the Matomo stats paint a different picture.
So here we are with a brand new design. Almost all the existing content is still here. Some has been updated. A few mostly irrelevant articles where deleted.
I tried a few routes to rebuild the site before. Thought about returning to my first CMS love Typo3 or doing it in Django which has been a close companion of mine for almost a decade now.
Not all features on this site are available with your favorite script blocker enabled but the core function of this site - to deliver content to you - is more then fulfilled.
I will take this opportunity to write more about Nuxt and what I've learned. As with everything it's not all plain sailing. So I hope that some of my findings and workarounds will help out other Nuxt beginners.
Meanwhile if you're looking for a cool new way to manage your websites in a single repo without the need for PHP, Databases, etc. give Nuxt a try. Maybe it's for you too.
I'm not quite done yet. Over the next few weeks I'll add some features to make this once so static site (still pretty static) a lot more user friendly and hopefully useful.
A comment feature is already in the making along with a newsletter. Some other cool ideas spook around my head but let's see where things are going.
Aside from the new look you may look forward to a wave of fresh tutorials, updates to the existing stuff like the Arch installation guides and so on.
Until then, take care and have a lot of fun :)