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Zoltan Hawryluk

by Brian Rinaldi

…not hacking code, Zoltan can be seen hacking calligraphy on Instagram and making a lot of noise with his lounge punk band, Conflicting Plaid. Visit Zoltan’s site Follow Zoltan on…

Coding for Responsive State Changes with SimpleStateManager

by Brian Rinaldi

…An ID for the method, this is only needed if you want to reference the state somewhere else in your code; width (required) – The upper limit of your state/breakpoint;…

Modern Web Best Practice: Pub/Sub

by Tyson Cadenhead

…that is listening for it. This approach decouples your code and makes it substantially less fragile. By using the Pub/Sub pattern, modules are no longer aware of each other. They…

Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – Week of March 10, 2014

by Brian Rinaldi

…in CodeKit 2.0. On CodeKit 2.0 Louis Lazaris wonders whether the current excess of tools for web developers is a good thing. Drowning in Tools in the Web Development Industry…

Zachary Brady

by Brian Rinaldi

…days coding and thinking about code. You may say he’s a bit obsessed with web performance, creating websites that will work for everyone, and workflow optimization. He primarily writes at…

Easy and Shareable Local Web Servers with Fenix

by Raymond Camden

…sometimes it can be a bit of a hassle. As an example – I’ll have a code sent to me that doesn’t like to run in a random folder on…

Using CSS Regions in Responsive Designs

by Brian Rinaldi

…some confusion. In addition, Adobe has integrated some initial tooling around CSS Regions in both the Brackets/Edge Code editors as well as the responsive design tool called Edge Reflow. Joan…

How to avoid bad tech hires

mm by Modern Web

…give you a sense of what they feel is important in a non-judgemental way. For example, did the person write a test for every line of code? No? Maybe that’s…

Expose Yourself with ngrok

by Raymond Camden

…is application/json. Since GitHub isn’t using that content type, ngrok doesn’t recognize it as JSON. At this point, I could start testing. I’d edit my server-side code to handle the…