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The ECMAScript 6 (ES6) Basics

Posted on February 21st, 2017 | Category: Javascript

Whether you are a frequent JavaScript coder or are fairly new to it, you’ve definitely heard of ECMAScript 6 or ES6, the newest iteration to the JavaScript language. In this post I will go over some of the most commonly used ES6 additions to the JavaScript language.

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Easily extend footer background to the bottom of the page

Posted on December 18th, 2016 | Category: CSS, Javascript

It’s quite common to have a page where the content ends before the window does if there isn’t much content on a given page, leaving a potential gap of space from the footer to the bottom of the window. This post will go over 2 simple methods to fix this common problem.

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Creating a simple WordPress shortcode to display code

Posted on October 21st, 2016 | Category: PHP, WordPress

Create a dead simple WordPress shortcode to easily spit out styled code blocks without having to remember much syntax at all.

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Creating a responsive, filterable image gallery with jQuery

Posted on October 21st, 2016 | Category: Javascript

Like a lot of other little plugins I tend to develop, this one stemmed from me not being able to find an open-source solution that fit the project I was working on at the time. The goal was simple: I wanted a quick, easy to use image gallery that could be filtered. There does exist a number of paid options out there as well as a couple of open source ones that seem to have way more features than are really needed, so if you just want to create a basic, filterable image gallery with jQuery, you’ve come to the right place.

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How I setup my local dev environments with Docker

Posted on September 29th, 2016 | Category: General

I tend to experiment with a number of new languages and technologies every now and then in order to try to stay up to date and constantly be improving. However,  I quickly found that having all of these different frameworks, languages, and technologies installed on my computer started creating problems. Another problem I occasionally ran into was a result of production environments being different from my local development environment. As a result of these issues, I set out to streamline my development by making it more efficient and reducing time spent debugging needless problems. That’s when Docker entered the picture.

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