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Kaizen is the practice of continuous improvement.
It goes without saying that we want the websites we build to be secure. If you want to strengthen the security of your websites, adding some security headers is a great step to take. In this post, we’ll dive into six security headers, their purpose, and how to apply them. As a bonus, we’ll provide an example of how to add them to a site hosted on Vercel.
Wouldn't it be nice to have a standardized way of dealing with errors in Nuxt apps, regardless of their structure? In this post, we'll discuss how we previously handled Axios errors in our Nuxt apps, why this approach was problematic, and how we fixed it by creating a package for consolidated error handling.
Let's be honest, we all like systematic, uniform code. However, maintaining a respectable level of cleanliness across multiple developers' systems can be a challenge. Thankfully there are a few tools to help unify our editors so that our code styling gets along!