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Alexa Steinbrück

Frontend Developer & Creative Technologist based in Leipzig, Germany.

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Have you used Netlify for real client projects?

Still on the free tier and never ran into issues. I try to de...

Have you used Netlify for real client projects?

Hi Jarick, thanks for sharing your experience! Yes, I am stil...

What is your top interesting cron job for your daily life? 🤯

I use a cron job to check the discount on a piece of furnitur...

Why you shouldn't use the file creation time to represent a date

I see, thanks!

Why you shouldn't use the file creation time to represent a date

Just curious: What do you consider a 'staleness check'? (when...

Why you shouldn't use the file creation time to represent a date

You're absolutely right! I updated this posts title to accoun...

Have you used Netlify for real client projects?

Yes, I usually have CI/CD from Github in place. In this case ...

Have you used Netlify for real client projects?

Hi Stu! The workflow that works best for me now is the follow...

Understanding gatsby-image (Part 3): Controlling sizes, breakpoints and styling

Oh, you can also just pass max-height in the style property (...

Understanding gatsby-image (Part 3): Controlling sizes, breakpoints and styling

Hi! If you want to change the height of the image you could g...

Have you used Netlify for real client projects?

I checked out DatoCMS and I'm already a fan :-D So simple and...

Have you used Netlify for real client projects?

Nice, I'll check out Svelte + DatoCMS. So I guess that DatoCM...

Have you used Netlify for real client projects?

Hi Mateusz, thanks for sharing! Out of curiosity: Did you use...

Have you used Netlify for real client projects?

Up until now, I've used Netlify's Free Tier for a couple of c...

Using and Abusing Netlify's Free Tier

Hi Martin, I am currently wondering if the Netlify Free Tier ...

Boilerplate/Starterkit for framework-less Frontend projects

Found this Medium article. Looks reasonable! blog.bitsrc.io...

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