Creating dynamic images unlocks a whole world of powerful workflows. In this episode, Ulf Schwekendiek will teach us how to use node-canvas to create our own custom, dynamically generated images.
Can your database automatically enrich entries using third-party data and create custom images from a Figma template? Rowy can! Shams Mosowi will teach us how it works.
Used wisely, automation is a huge time saver. In this episode, we'll learn about all the incredible things we can automate using n8n from Harshil Agrawal!
Joel hooks has been building full-featured marketing automation using Nextjs & Customer.io for some of the most popular dev education sites out there. In this episode, he'll share how it's done!
Getting your development environment set up to be effective can have a huge impact on your productivity. Jennifer Wadella will teach us how to optimize our setup!
What's new in GitHub Actions? Brian Douglas will teach us all about: - Fine-grain permissions in Actions - GitHub cloud environment management - Dependent jobs in actions
GitHub has powerful APIs, and with Octokit we can do just about anything on GitHub through code. Gregor Martynus will teach us how!
While automation is a highly valued process in most toolkits, creating your own workflow automations can often seem daunting. In this lesson, Matt Hojo will be teaching us how to build custom workflow automations with n8n!
In this episode, learn how Joel Hooks creates powerful marketing automation using serverless functions, CustomerIO, and Next.js. This is a peek behind the curtain at Egghead.io!
One of the more exciting features GitHub has released is GitHub Actions. On this episode, Brian Douglas joins to teach us what GitHub Actions can do. (Hint: they can do a *lot*.)
How do you schedule a post to go live in the future when using Gatsby? In this stream, Kelly Vaughn (https://twitter.com/kvlly) pairs with Jason to dive into scheduled content with cron jobs, webhooks, and other strategies for postdated content. Discuss on Twitter: https://jason.af/lwj-cron
Making websites accessible is a great way to make sure we’re always building great experiences for everyone. In this episode, Marcy Sutton (https://twitter.com/marcysutton) teaches us how to automate accessibility (a11y) testing, and walks through tools for manually checking the most critical sections of our apps.