A Generic Sync Server
Some thoughts and ideas on decentralised synchronisation solutions and an idea I’ve been toying with for almost a year now: a self-hostable, open and generic server for syncing data between devices.
With all the cosy games releasing in August and September, I feel reminded of my own wish to create one. This post details where that urge is coming from and what made me fall in love with the genre.
Creating a portfolio is hard—even harder when it’s a static PDF as opposed to a website. Here are some of my thoughts on the struggle.
The Web is the Future
I love the web and I firmly believe that it is the future for all sorts of applications. And with recent announcements from Apple, the web is getting even better—or at least, even better for Apple users, which have been left out for the past few years. Some thoughts.
Creating Custom Sitemaps in Astro
Ever wanted per-page lastmod entries for the sitemaps of your websites built with Astro? Or more freedom and flexibility in the sitemap generation process for i18n? Then this tutorial is for you!
Deploying Websites with GitLab CI and Uberspace
I documented my way of setting up automatic deployments to Uberspace via rsync with GitLab CI. Hopefully it’ll be useful to others as well!
Am I Turning Into a Mac User?
A bit of a reflection on my recent computing habits and the creeping insertion of the Apple ecosystem into my life.
Auto-Generated SVG Sprites in Vite
In this tutorial, I share my current method of creating SVG sprites containing icons automatically from the contents of a folder by using a custom Vite plugin, including how to optimize them with SVGO
Mastodon Migration, Among Other Things
I moved Mastodon instance at the end of last year. Here’s some thoughts on my experience, as well as a couple of little other things that have already happened in 2023.
2022: A Year in Review
Here’s my look back at what happened in my life in the past twelve months and where I see things going in 2023.