I write most of my blog articles and make other changes to my site whilst on my daily commute. The limitations of poor network reception different hardware have forced me to come up with a streamlined process for it and I thought it might be helpful to share in case it’s helpful for anyone else.
My website now looks hopefully very slightly less terrible on mobile devices, and I learned a few things getting there.
I recently ran into some odd font sizing issues when viewing my website on my iPhone and discovered a few interesting tidbits about rendering on mobile browsers along the way.
After eighteen years there’s a new version of HTTP. Having heard comparatively little about it until now, I decided to take a quick look.
Why have webservers been so slow to accept chunked requests?
I recently had to do a few not-quite-trivial things with the Jinja2 templating engine, and the more I use it the more I like it.
Github’s web hooks make it surprisingly easy to write commit triggers.