Welcome to Pitayan.com.
This is a place publishing articles about web techonologies and experience about web developments. Thank you for coming by and reading those articles. Hope Those materials could actually help you improve your skills or gain some knowledge in web development industry.
"Pitayan" is a compound word by the following three uncorrelated words:
Combined as "pitayanblog". It means "dragon fruit and blog". "blog" is omitted for brevity. The name was created completely by chance (The founder was eating a dragon fruit and came up with the name of whatsoever is eyes-in-front).
I'm Yanze Dai, born in 89 from China, the founder of Pitayan.com and a "DX-first" web developer. I've been in web development industry since 2015. My role is mostly on the frontend. You will read a lot of my articles about front end technologies and experience.
Pitayan is published since 2020 as a web developer blog. The reason of starting this blog is to help myself improve the work skills and meanwhile share the knowledge and experience to people who also needs it. I truly hope that all of those articles will turn into someone's "helper" that unveils the mystery of technology or slightly solves the issues in their mind.
As a static blog, there's nothing but only static files (html css js) hosted on Netlify. The front end technologies used for the website is listed below:
- Gridsome: JamStack CMS
- Tailwindcss: A utility-first CSS framework for rapidly building custom designs
- Rotalacss: A CSS framework aiming at theme customizations (based on Tailiwndcss)
- Google Analytics: Google's famous tracking and analytics service
If you are also a developer and want to publish articles to the audience. Why not give it try on Pitayan.com? Simply send your article to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a good look at this page to get knowledge how to contribute to Pitayan.com: /contribute
Currently Pitayan uses Gmail to receive emails. The address is as below:
Contact Yanze Dai personally via:
Enjoy your reading!