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Web-Crunch Digest - Issue #199

Web-Crunch Digest - Issue #199
By Andy L • Issue #199 • View online
After a bit of a break, I’m back!
I’ll be frank, over a brief break I considered pressing pause on Web-Crunch. Live is busy right now and I love contributing to this publication but time is of the essence lately. I was ready to put it down until I saw some recent analytics that showed some amazing interest in the things I’m doing and the content I’m publishing. It’s wild how much consistency over time pays off. It’s much like investing if you do it for a long time it tends to compound. That is a big driver know there’s some traction happening after a lot of work and hustle.
My goal with publishing on Web-Crunch is at least once a week but sometimes the time is simply not there. I’ll try my best to stick to that schedule going forward. If you have specific tutorials, content, or guides you would like to see hit reply and let me know 🙏!
This week I published the first of a two-part series on Ruby on Rails routing. There’s a lot to know here and I don’t believe I’ve ever done a guide beyond the basics. Look for a new vlog this week too.
Thanks for tuning in!

Latest Web-Crunch Articles
Ruby on Rails Routing - Part 1
Latest News & Articles
How I organize my Rails apps
VS Code Extensions for HTML
Looking fine with Firefox 89
Front-End Testing is For Everyone
Weekly Inspiration and Resources
The perfect link - The A11Y Collective
moove-it/sidekiq-scheduler: Lightweight job scheduler extension for Sidekiq
Notable Tutorials
State Management in Vue 3 Applications with Vuex
New CSS functional pseudo-class selectors :is() and :where()
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