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Eclectic Saddlebag

Welcome to my Eclectic Journey.

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Bulma Navbar Toogle with React Hooks

When starting a new project, the styling we use is often one of the first considerations. I generally prefer to code my own SCSS, but often there in not time, and I reach for a CSS framework of some kind. I tend to prefer the utility systems like Tailwind or Bulma.

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HTML Parcel Build

So far in this series, we have looked at the benefits of using a Boilerplate to streamline your workflow, and a two articles on how to setup a React Boilerplate with [parcel][parcel] instead of Webpack. In this article we will explore a proposed workflow instead of traditional means to compile and bundle a traditional HTML/SCSS project using Parcel.

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Pagination Styling in Rails

Adding pagination to any web site can be a challenge. Luckily, there are a few ways to accomplish this is Rails. This article will add pagination to a simple post and then we will configure Tailwind for styling to pagination block.

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React Boilerplate - Part 2

Welcome to week three in this article series, "Streamlined Workflow." In this week's article we will continue to build out a Boilerplate configuration for React. Last week we built out a working boilerplate but without much functionality. This week we will look at code quality, deployment enhancements, and styling.

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React Boilerplate - Part 1

Welcome to week two in this article series, "Streamline Workflow." In this week's article we will explore a Boilerplate configuration for React. The idea to to have a turnkey solution, so you can start developing quickly, instead of wasting time reconfiguring the default Create React App generated starter.

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