Hunter Trammell
Full Stack Web Developer & Blogger

As you may have deduced from the title, my name is Hunter Trammell and I am a Full Stack Web Developer from Kansas City. Web Development is my passion and I love to share that passion with others whether it is through casual conversation or by way of instruction. I am constantly learning and improving my skills as a developer. If you'd like to learn more about me and my work, click the button below, otherwise keep scrolling to see some of my recent projects & articles.

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Read What I've Written Lately

As a Full Stack Web Developer I am constantly reminded of the ever expansive room for improvement. There are always new technologies to learn, a javascript method to discover, or even development tools to take advantage of. I'd love to share my experience and assuming I get around to writing new content, here is where you can find all of my Web Development Tips, Tricks, and Tidbits.

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The Beginners Guide to Building Production-ready Apps with Next.js Part One

The Beginners Guide to Building Production-ready Apps with Next.js Part One

Over the last week, I have been a happy citizen in the wonderful world of Next.js. I have always defaulted to Vue.js when building applications. React is great but I never really identified with it in the same way as Vue. My goodness was I mistaken, ...

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How To Post Articles  From Your Existing CMS Using The Hashnode API

How To Post Articles From Your Existing CMS Using The Hashnode API

About a month ago I decided to migrate my existing blog over to Hashnode. I was hosting my blog on my portfolio site but hadn't felt like I was moving in the right direction. I knew relying solely on search engines to connect readers with my content ...

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Recent Projects

Our company site was ready for a redesign. We migrated to a JAMStack site architecture using Gridsome to handle static file generation and WordPress to serve as a build-time CMS.

Fervor Website

Developed For Fervor

Our company site was ready for a redesign. We migrated to a JAMStack site architecture using Gridsome to handle static file generation and WordPress to serve as a build-time CMS.

Static website build for the Kansas City Public Library in honor of the centennial of the 19th amendments passing in congress.

19th Amendment In the Heartland

Developed For The Kansas City Public Library

Static website build for the Kansas City Public Library in honor of the centennial of the 19th amendments passing in congress.

See What I've Been Working On

I am thankful that my work can persist past creation and have collected it here for you. Whereas a chef’s creation may only live until the dining guest completes their meal, my work lives as long as the hosting is paid for (or longer if we’re talking GitHub).

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