Around 2014 I was doing a lot of consulting work. One client was creating WordPress sites and would contact me looking for help installing plugins or to fix a site that had been hacked with mal-ware.
They had a handful of sites they were working on and it was clear they had two common problems. No one was updating the code and there were no backups to be found!
Running a local PPC campaign will gain 2+ users. Assuming an LTV of $540/year, a $500 CPA, while high is a workable to optimize.
Update site to a cleaner look and content focused on local hosting to Denver / Colorado will help increase conversions on the site.
I think most people would agree the best way to learn is through experiments, some might say the "hard way", but I'm starting to believe it's actually the only way.
Experiments produce experience and that's where the value comes from. I've spent way too much time reading how to do something but I don't feel like I've actually learned how to do something until actually doing it.
Early adopter program will validate the market for CommandWP.
After upgrading to Hotwire, I wanted to try out Turbo Streams. In CloudSh there is a background job that runs a Golang application to index sites. That seemed like a cool thing to use Turbo Streams so I can see the console output.
Turbo Streams just work. The basic flow is capture the process output in the background job, broadcast it to the UI, and follow along by scolling as new data comes in.
Some quick notes on adding Hotwire to an existing Rails applicaiton.
It's time to hand over a project. What do I provide when handing off a project? What do I expect to get when jumping into an existing project?
It's the same regardless of which side I'm on. Here's what I review and use to asses projects. I mainly deal with web applications, so I'm focusing on those.
Not everything here is necessarily part of the project requirements or agreement, but these are areas I look at to get a clear understanding of the state of the project.
In my continuing effort to consolidate technologies used in my projects I'm changing an existing Rails app to use Webpacker and TailwindCSS, and away from Bootstrap.
These are the steps I took to get TailwindCSSv2 working. Add webpack to Rails 5 covers the whole process, including moving existing JS and CSS files to Webpacker.
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This is awesome! ML gems for ruby! Just need a project to use them on! Nice work @andrewkane!ml, ruby
Testing snips and brid.gy some more alsdjfblog, indieweb