How convenient, all blog posts I've written neatly in one long list, for you to enjoy.
Exploring the options we have as developers to retrieve a large dataset. We will go through the process of finding the data we need, and then write the code to make that date ours in a format we can use.
It's good practice to force either www or non-www for your website. But how do you redirect your traffic properly using Express?
When you have an idea for a webapp it's easy to get lost into neat little features. But do you need all of them straight away? How do you define your Minimal Viable Product
Boilerplate apps are great. They let you get your next project up and running quickly, and usually provide some form of structure you can follow. But the best boilerplate app is the one you code yourself.
I have been a big fan of the .vue files, but I wanted to use them in a traditional non-SPA site. Luckily, you can!
I always wanted to toy around with an image recognition library but it always felt kinda daunting. Today we'll explore this together to detect license plates.
We usually focus on getting the homepage Pagespeed to 90+, but what about the rest of the pages? I made a tool to help with this.
How to sort your site.tags alphabetically in your Jekyll blog
Maintaining a local server for your projects can become cumbersome and can cause conflicts with your co-workers. Streamlining this with Docker makes sure everyone is in on the same page.
Inside React Native you can use the PanResponder to recognise multi-touch gestures as well as swipes and other touches that make native apps feel snappy and intuitive. But getting it up and running can feel daunting and borderline black magic. In this post I'll try and guide you through the process, hopefully demystifying it a bit and get you on track to awesomeness.
Recently React Storybook came out. It's a tool to isolate your React Components to develop and design them outside of your app. I'll be walking through setting it up
As I was playing around with the awesome React Native library I encountered a few small hicups getting an app running on an actual device, so here's how I made it work for me.
Following up on my previous post I got a few questions on how to create modules for your app. Let me show you.
When I realised you could easily generate screenshots from a site with PhantomJS I just needed to know if I could take it one step further, and record a video.
Today I want to show a generic workflow and setup I have used a lot lately when working on building apps with Angular. It uses Gulp as a CI system and Browserify to minimize code clutter and maximize awesomeness.
I will explain how to use environment variables in your Angular app
Curl on steroids with an easy interface and syntax highlighted output.
My experience while rebuilding this blog with CabinJS and Grunt
Let me show you how you can get syntax highlighted output from cat in the terminal
In this post I want to show you how you can customize the terminal to not only make it look cool but work better, too
Trying not to touch the arrow keys, not use the h-j-k-l too extensively either, work with A and I a lot, and generally trying not to cock things up too much by hitting the wrong commands.
My experiences while converting this blog to an Octopress one
A Boilerplate with best practices to kickstart your Spotify App
With this little gem you can watch specific folders or file extensions and run commands based on the files you watch.
How to format an associative array in JSON with Knockout
How to use sessions within your unit tests using PHPUnit and CakePHP
A small update to my LESS component for CakePHP
Loading external assets with curl is not only easy, it's also a lot faster than file_get_contents
How to install PHPUnit manually for CakePHP 2.0
In this post I will show you how to add GZip to your PHP application
Let me show you how to use a little helper so you can use LESS in your next CakePHP project
Let me show you how you can use Markdown within your next CakePHP project
In this short post I will show you how to get rid of a Git submodule
The following setup can work nicely when you develop your sites locally and don't want to change the configuration every time you upload it.
I heard a lot about SASS, mostly a lot of people raving about how it was the best thing since chocolate.