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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. I'm @AshleeMBoyer on all the platforms I use.

Posts with the "react" tag

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How I Added an RSS Feed to My Next.js Site

I recently came across a tweet from Sara Soueidan applauding folks who provide an RSS feed on their site. Sara is someone I highly admire in frontend web development and accessibility, but I had so little knowledge of RSS feeds and so many questions: What ...

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How to Create Your Own Next.js RSS Reader App

I recently came across a tweet from Sara Soueidan applauding folks who provide an RSS feed on their site. Sara is someone I highly admire in frontend web development and accessibility, but I had so little knowledge of RSS feeds and so many questions: What ...

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Build a Blog Site with Next.js and Firebase Part 5 - Editing & Deleting Posts

Welcome to the fifth and final 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 ...

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Build a Blog Site with Next.js and Firebase Part 4 - Adding Authentication

Welcome to the fourth 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 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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Build an Accessible Breadcrumb Component—Part 1 in the Accessible React Component Series

During the first stream in the accessible React component live coding series, we spun the wheel and it chose the breadcrumb component for us! While the component was extremely straightforward, I think it was a great one to kick off the series. ...

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Build an Accessible React Component—The Live Series

First of all, Thank you so much! ๐ŸŽ‰ The "Build a React & Firebase Blog Site" live stream was fantastic! I now have two posts to add to my "Build a React & Firebase Blog Site" Series and am considering packaging the ...

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Build a React & Firebase Blog Site Part 3

We've reached the third part of our React & Firebase series. In part one, we learned how to set everything up. Last time, we made a page for creating new blog posts. Today, we're going to read single posts from our Firebase Realtime ...

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Build a React & Firebase Blog Site Part 2

Welcome back! This is the second in a series of posts that will teach you how to build a blog site using React and Firebase. If you haven't read the first post in the series, I encourage you to do so. I'm including starter code for this post, ...

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Build a React & Firebase Blog Site Part 1—Setup and Read Data

Welcome! This is the first in a series of posts that will teach you how to build a blog site using React and Firebase. This one will probably be the longest because there are few things to do to set everything up. At the end of this post, you'll ...

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