• Don’t Repeat Yourself

    The title is good advice in development, typically if you can make a function flexible enough, you’ll be able to reuse it later on. Write it well enough and it’s likely to become one of those pieces of code you’ll find yourself coming back to when you have a similar problem to solve. Problem is, sometimes, that doesn’t happen. Time constraints, …

  • If you include console.log in your JavaScript

    Your going to have a bad time. There are some things you just don’t learn until you run into them face first. To set the stage: I was given a list of rendering errors after I had finished a dashboard for a client. Funny, I thought, I hadn’t seen that when I was testing it. …

  • Projects and Development

    Lately, I’ve been developing in my spare time. While nothing too exciting has come out of it yet, it’s been a great personal experience for me. I’ve seen people use my web apps, which made me feel more happy then I had realized I would, and renewed my urge to expand on features, improve the …

  • Developing for emails, or stepping back in time

    (Image is from the NCIX email campaigns, which are pretty much the only ones I want to be subscribed to) Sending email is both simple in terms of front end code, and so very frustrating in other ways. Allow me to elaborate. The Simple: Your code won’t have any fancy parts to it, say goodbye …