SOLID) principles, developed by Robert Martin a.k.a. "Uncle Bob", are amongst the most cited by programmers. I believe that many of them are misunderstood, misapplied, overrated, and all too often they much less important than other software engineering principles.
Previously, I described using metalsmith and Netlify to build this website. But there was still an issue that I couldn't "blog from my tablet while sipping margaritas on a sailboat".
Last week I presented an instructional demo about ServiceWorkers at the Port Townsend Web Developers Meetup. Seemed to go
well many of them were excited about the possibilities.
Note: This is a slightly modified version of an earlier post. See changes at bottom.
For the last year my website was hosted on a traditional ISP (A Small Orange) which offered all the basics, plus the unusual option to host a Ghost blog. Ghost was fine, no real complaints, though I wasn't really using it often. When my yearly contract was coming up for renewal, the smart and easy move would be to just pay some money and renew, but I starting thinking about alternatives