I used server-side analytics for quite some time on this blog. With my recent blog migration I picked up on client-side analytics. I am now test driving Netlify server-side analytics alongside the client-side Fathom Analytics. This is what I have found.
How do you keep your secrets safe on Linux? Should you just go with an online service? What if you prefer an offline option with the possibility of online backups? GNOME’s Password Safe lets you neatly organize your secrets offline with a simple Keepass file to backup.
Google Analytics is perhaps the analytics platform of our time. But should it be? It’s many features and the free plan is what made it popular, but its invasion of user privacy should not be overlooked. Here are some good alternatives for 2020.
Making a custom
assert can clean up and DRY your tests. Here is how I refactored a few ExUnit tests to use a single
assert to test PDF output.
When you use Ecto’s embeds_one to embed another schema backed by JSONB, Ecto will assign an ID and complain if you try to replace this embeded record without it.