Another spontaneous session on an interesting topic: Search Engine Optimization. Often seen as rocket science or witchcraft, SEO is an important part of many businesses and invested work will be often rewarded in the medium and long term. With a few basics, you can already improve your search engine visibility and get ahead of competitors that don't care about Search Engine Optimization. During the session, I showed a few achievements regarding organic traffic, basic steps every web dev can perform to improve their site visibility and proven patterns in SEO.
I'm Alex, a German web engineering consultant and content creator. Helping companies with my experience in TypeScript, Vue.js, and Nuxt.js is my daily business.More about me
Further Talks & Podcasts
I thought a lot about what I was going to present at VueCamp. Finally, I decided on something that fits well with the spirit of a barcamp: Talking with the people, not only to the people. And nothing fits better than an AMA here! So, I'm curious about your exciting questions regarding the Nuxt ecosystem, the core and (almost) everything else you want me to tell you.
A spontaneous live-coding session about the rising CSS framework Tailwind. During the session we created a demo project based on Nuxt.js, included Tailwind and took a look at the utility-first approach as well as different features of the framework like component extraction, the style reset for many native elements and easy class composition.