I was recently writing unit tests for a project and I wanted to test whether a function in one class had been called by a parent class. Sounds simple right? I found it a bit trickier than anticipated so wanted to share my learnings.
I'm a big fan of Vue.js and Vuex for state management. Combine this with Nuxt and you can generate a static version of your Vue application and give your users a speedy site served from HTML files. I cover this and how you might approach making the content of your static site dynamic using Netlify webhooks and Contentful as a CMS.
One of things that irks me about the usability of shopping online is the inconsistent checkout experience between different merchants. Do I really need to enter the same delivery/billing address, card number, CVC code etc. into every websites specific form? Payment Request API to the rescue.