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Ashlee M Boyer

You can find me talking about issues surrounding Disability, Accessibility, & Mental Health on Twitter, or you can find me regularly live-knitting or live-coding on Twitch.

Journey of a Disabled Web Developer

She's written 63 posts.

Build a Blog Site with Next.js and Firebase Part 3 - Reading Each Post

Welcome to the third post in my new "Build a Blog Site with Next.js and Firebase" series! This series is pretty similar to a series I wrote in 2019: "Build a React & Firebase Blog Site". Because it's been well over ...

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Build a Blog Site with Next.js and Firebase Part 2 - Creating New Posts

Welcome to the second post in my new "Build a Blog Site with Next.js and Firebase" series! This series is pretty similar to a series I wrote in 2019: "Build a React & Firebase Blog Site". Because it's been well over ...

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Build a Blog Site with Next.js and Firebase Part 1 - Getting Set Up

Welcome to the first post in my new "Build a Blog Site with Next.js and Firebase" series! This series is pretty similar to a series I wrote in 2019: "Build a React & Firebase Blog Site". Because it's been well over ...

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Set up a React App for Testing with Jest and Enzyme

It's been awhile since I've set up a React app for testing with Jest and Enzyme. Since I had to look up more than one of these steps to remind myself how to accomplish this, I decided to write a super quick guide in case it helps anyone else. Dec. ...

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Accessible, Smooth Scroll-to-top Buttons with Little Code

Scroll-to-top buttons are great for pages that are long enough to require a few scrolls to read everything. They're even better for extremely long pages. Scrolling is a lot of work for some users, especially on a mobile device. We (website ...

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