After spending a couple of years at vBridge Cloud, I'm leaving the company. I've worked at vBridge eversince I graduated. Now, It's time for a new adventure! I'm joining the DX-team at Astro full-time!
Brutal is a minimal neobrutalist theme for Astro. It's based on Neobrutalist Web Design, a movement that aims to create websites with a minimalistic and functional design. It has some integrations like Image Optimization, RSS, Sitemap, ready to get your SEO done right.
Astro came out with a beta version of the v1.0 release of the framework. I upgraded my website to use that version, since I was still running on v0.24. The following are some of the changes I had to do to get it working.
Since Astro 24, the documentation of Tailwind CSS in Astro has disappeared. Not because it's not supported, but because it now holds true to the Tailwind CSS documentation itself. If you still need a guide on how to use them both, look no further!
It's been some time since I started writing posts and articles about programming and related. Since the start, I've always invested time in SEO, over time, I have integrated a system that now works for me. This is an explanation how I did that.
Coming from frameworks like NuxtJS and NextJS, I always liked the layout feature. It's a quick way to reuse shared components without re-importing them in every page. When I started with Astro, I had no idea that this was also possible.