Grant Glidewell | Blog

Simplifying Observer Pattern

2020-04-9th

The observer pattern is less complicated than you think. I attempt to simplify a powerful approach to creating a shared state object.

Making A Slack Build Bot For A JAM Stack Site

2020-02-16th

I wanted to deploy my JAM stack site from slack, and let others in my organization do the same. Here is how I did it.

Making A Hybrid Gatsby Site

2020-02-4th

Gatsby can create much more than a static site, the hybrid approach leverages React as well as static to create something awesome

Is Passion For Coding Bullshit?

2020-01-1st

your resume tagline is unconvincing and doesnt convey what you want it to.

Staged linter enforcement with GitHub Actions

2019-12-15th

Code consistency is important, but so is flow, accomplish consistency without ruining workflow

Making a URL shortener

2019-12-14th

Netlify, a domain, and some help from Kent C Dodds

How the Internet works

2019-10-29th

The server client model for curious new developers

Open Sourcing TAGs Gatsby Front End

2019-10-17th

Third and Grove open sourced a very fast Gatsby front end

Running JavaScript

2019-09-21st

How to escape the online repl roundabout and run JS on your local computer

Performance and Gatsby

2019-08-29th

Getting the best performance out of a Gatsby site

Gatsby site build for Third and Grove

2019-08-20th

Building our Gatsby front end for a headless Drupal site

Relationships are hard

2019-01-7th

Making decisions in a react redux application

Four Scrapers

2018-12-4th

Going beyond hello world. four web scrapers in four programming languages

Zesty.io Accounts app

2018-10-1st

Open sourcing and lessons learned in a react redux application

Learn Recursion from Mr Meeseeks

2018-08-31st

Mr Meeseeks as a gateway to understanding recursion

Learn Webpack

2018-08-4th

Webpack setup explained in plain english

Testing with Cypress.io

2018-07-30th

Testing react applications with Cypress

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