What Happened Last Week - Issue #14
This week: Chatting with GitHub, mastering Statamic, Tinder API, and much more.
What happened last week
This week, I mostly tried to find a decent alternative to Revue, which will be closed soon. What's interesting - I learned that Revue is unique when it comes to the balance between features and simplicity if you want to help me - head over to the tweet below.
And while speaking of Twitter. I'm terrified about its future. It's pure chaos right now.
Jack McDade published a great course about Statamic on Laracasts. It's amazing and I would recommend it if you want to start your adventure with Statamic.
While I still have my doubts about using GH Copilot, I must say that using it to make coding more accessible is just amazing.
I always love to learn how big companies handle things. This article is a great way to learn how Tinder built its own API Gateway and what were the most significant challenges.
SDCat scanned 2.6 million domains for public .env files. It turns out you can find some interesting data there. The good news is - there were only 201 public .env files. The bad thing is that there were passwords inside.
Stéphanie Walter wrote this amazing article about documenting accessibility and user interactions. It's definitely not my cup of tea, but I love to learn about things that are outside of my set of skills.
I just learned about this new headless CMS called Alinea. It looks really interesting and can't wait to play around with it a bit.
And how was your week? Did you learn something interesting? Don’t hesitate to press the reply button and share your thoughts.