Post articles through CI/CD pipeline. Or having a Tech Blog in 2020.
· ☕ 12 min read
I wrote this article in the Visual Studio Code. It was a markdown file in the separate article-dedicated GitHub branch, which eventually became a Pull Request. And if you are reading it, it means that the post made its way to the master branch. The merge event triggered the process that transformed markdown file into a static HTML file, which was finally pushed to a hosting. And now you can read it.

Web Browser Anatomy
· ☕ 8 min read
Web Browser is a big and sophisticated application, built from multiple components. It obligated to satisfy different boring standards, to facilitate developers with stable contracts. You might know these contracts as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Any valid code or markup will be recognized and processed by one of the browser modules. The browser glues together all its modules with the Browser Object Model (BOM) API, aka Web API. This is something that empowers JavaScript to operate on HTML and CSS.