What I like about the tools
What i dislike about the tools
The first thing I dislike is Strapi, but not in the kind you may think. I dislike the "bad" documentation about their REST-API and mostly: The deployment is just an awful experience since I just Docker on my server and I started by following the instructions in their docs to set up Strapi with Docker. I though that everything was working great but then I noticed something: The UI was completely different than on my main-pc without Docker. The result: There is no up-to-date Docker-Image for Strapi (Why? Jusst why? It isn't that difficult, Strapi-Team!)! I looked into the issues in their Docker-repo and found the issue and the solution: a self-build docker-image which also works. It could have been that easy but NO. Next thing: Cloudflare pages: Because I am using SSR, I should be able to see logs, right? Yea, but no, Cloudflare pages doesn't show any runtime-logs or errors, just at build-time. I don't know if it's just Cloudflare's bad or also Svelte Kit's bad.
Oh boy, where should I start? This is also meant to be a roadmap!
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The biggest problem I had
Yes, it was a pain in the ass to get syntax-highlighting with highlight.js! It cost me many hours but I really wanted it and: I got it! In the end, it was me, my fault, all the time but who is surprised by that? I am not!
I am ok with that what I ised and I recommend everyone who wants to create websites to start with Svelte and Tailwind. I hope that the Docker-situation will improve for Strapi, as well as the docs should improve. In comparison, for SvelteKit a "getting started"-guide or even example should be provided in their docs, but SvelteKit is still in alpha.
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