In my position I'm spoiled with expert collegues on css and styling, which meant that the previously hard earned skills have met a rough wakening the latest time. The flex-box styling for example.
This tool introduced rendering of markdown-files into html. It makes creation of content focused to simple syntax. Fantastic. The system builds all views programatically. Yes, a lot of effort to set up this first time, but as normal with the web it is about learn and use the efforts of many other developers. Thank you. https://github.com/gatsbyjs/gatsby/tree/master/examples#gatsby-example-websites Egghead.io has more info about Gatsby: https://egghead.io/lessons/gatsby-install-gatsby-and-scaffold-a-blog
Always a pleasure to return to node. I'm not a backend developer, although some effort has been done in PHP. Node-js is by far the most effective backend system I've used. To extend the instructions from tutorials, examples and documentation about gatsby, some local work was done here too.
And what an exiting future for the alternative of rest-apis! The solutions graphQL proposes seems like a superb cure to align robustness and maintenance work of dynamic data-fetching from various endpoints. https://www.howtographql.com/ https://www.howtographql.com/basics/3-big-picture/