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In this episode we'll learn how to build React components with Bit so that we can more easily scale our websites and apps!
Let's take a look at how to add a theme context to your React components so you can easily add theming.
Let's see if we can help Tim improve his application and think in components and perhaps get him to try out Bit
Let's learn how to animate with CSS and create a Beaver who moves its tail and eyebrows.
In this video Debbie and Itay discuss how to compose components, how to break up a component into smaller components, how to find open source components and use them in your project and how in Bit you should compose components so you can better scale your applications.
Let's get started with Bit. In this video Debbie learns how to install BVM (Bit's version manager), install Bit, Create a workspace, create a component and add our component to the workspace with some basic docs and a composition to see it in action.
Come watch Samuel from Storyblok try to convince me that Storyblok is better than Nuxt Content. It's gonna be a fun one.
Let's build a Nuxt application with Prismic CMS. Lucie will teach me everything I need to know so I can easily build a Nuxt site with my content coming from Prismic.
Let's learn how to use Strapi, a headless CMS to get some food data onto our Nuxt app with a bit of GraphQL.
Let's build a running app so we can connect our running data to Contentful and show it in our Nuxt app using GraphQL.
Once you start using Tailwind there is no going back but first you have convince your boss and your team that utility first CSS is the way to go.
Teaching Eddie a few things about Nuxt and how Nuxt content works. Watch Eddies reaction to the live editing feature of Nuxt content.
NuxtJS Static Pages and Content API is finally here! NuxtJS just released a brand new version full of awesome features for building static pages, working with content like Markdown files, and lots more.