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Saul Hardman

Front-end web developer interested in performance, design systems, and static site generators.

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Education

Digital Art & Technology BSc.

Work

Front-end Tech Lead at Limbo Works

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Publishing and Installing Private GitHub Packages using Yarn and Lerna

Happy it helped 👍

A Word of Caution Regarding Cross-Posting To DEV

You're very welcome Tyler! I've banged my head against this v...

A Word of Caution Regarding Cross-Posting To DEV

Hi Tyler, that seems to have fixed it, yes 👷‍♂️👍 I'm using F...

A Word of Caution Regarding Cross-Posting To DEV

Looks like you're not setting the <link rel="canonical" hr...

A Word of Caution Regarding Cross-Posting To DEV

Hey @ben , thanks for the comment and for shedding some light...

A Word of Caution Regarding Cross-Posting To DEV

Which articles is it that aren't showing up in the search res...

A Word of Caution Regarding Cross-Posting To DEV

Thanks for the comment @terabytetiger , nice to have another ...

Where do you cross-post?

Thanks Waylon, yours too 👍 Great job on all the articles 👏

Where do you cross-post?

Really good point about consistency – I wonder what the psych...

Where do you cross-post?

Hey @waylonwalker , great discussion topic – it got certainly...

Lazy Loading Images in Nuxt

Hi @jeckojim , for some reason DEV didn't alert me to your co...

Publishing and Installing Private GitHub Packages using Yarn and Lerna

Hey @hollg , a few questions to give me a bit more context an...

How to implement a robots.txt file in a Nuxt project — Nuxt 2.10

I'd imagine so, but only during the nuxt build step. I don't ...

Building Gatsby with GitHub Actions and deploying to Netlify

Really great breakdown @dance2die 🙇‍♂️ After recently config...

How to implement a robots.txt file in a Nuxt project — Nuxt 2.10

@kp in my experience, the biggest benefit of using a module ...

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