Kent C. Dodds recently launched his new site, built with Remix (which soon will go open source). In this post he lifts the hood and explains the technical details.
I especially like how his build process is split into two parts:
- Updating the content
- Building the source
That way he doesn’t waste precious CPU cycles on building the entire thing after updating a small typo in the content.
The mentioned Mock Service Worker — an API mocking library that uses Service Worker API to intercept actual requests — also looks darn handy.
How I built a modern website in 2021 →
💡 If you feel like a fraud after reading this extensive post: there’s no need to. You don’t need a build process nor all those New Hot Technologies™. Here on bram.us for example I type good ole HTML/CSS in a bunch of
<textarea>s WordPress provides me, and that’s perfectly fine.