The Economy of Keystrokes - Kyle Simpson
Earlier today I watched this is a excellent video about writing code that can be read, understood, documented and accessible to all that will use it in the future (be that you, your team or anyone else).
Using forecast.io with WordPress
How to use the WordPress Transients API and wp remote get() to grab the latest weather from the forecast.io API.
Codepen all the things
Every time I have an issue with code I turn straight to codepen to make a small demo to concentrate on only the parts that will affect the problem. If it is JS then I add the minimum HTML and then work through the issue in the JS window, same if it is with CSS. I love it.
Angular with WP API
Here is how you can use the WP API to pull in the 10 latest posts using Angular.
- UX of Offline
How I run my site
Skills that I’ve learned in my day job have enabled working on the latest version of this site much more simple and pleasurable than previously. I use Gulp, Bower and Continuous deployment to streamline everything.
- New Server
- Updating my Site
- Lessons Learnt from breaking Servers
- Automation (my) Solution
- Time flying by
- Responsive conference
- New Job
- Jessica Hische: Lettering for a Living
- Jason Santa Maria : Saying No
- Moving to AWS
- Changing Web Hosts
- Beta Guardian Site
- Sass 3.2: Silent Classes
- Don't Hack the Core
- Big CSS
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