11 Feb

Script & Style Show on iTunes!

Last year Todd Gardner of TrackJS and I debuted our YouTube web show (podcast): The Script & Style Show. It was an amazing first year of guests, including Chris Coyier, Kyle Simpson, Jason Laster, Max Lynch, Dylan Schiemann, and more! And the show will only get better! I’m happy to announce a few new places […]

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22 Jan

React indeterminate

I’ve fallen in love with React.js and JSX over the years; state-based rendering and a logical workflow have made me see the light of this modern framework. That doesn’t mean I don’t sometimes get a bit frustrated that the “simple” things seem harder than they should be. Getting a reference to an element and modifying […]

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13 Jan

Colorized Brackets for IDE

Coders treat their text editors and IDE’s like fragile beings, and for good reason: we spend a ton of time in them and having our tweaks and extensions can make us incredibly productive for our personal workflows. I always love hearing about what extensions and workflows other developers use to see if I can put […]

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02 Jan

How to Change the WordPress Admin Login Logo

There are numerous content management systems that thrive these days but none are as prolific as WordPress. Every client wants the ability to change their website at a moment’s notice and they want to do it themselves, and again, WordPress is the best fit for that. You fit the client with WordPress, customize it with […]

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18 Dec

CSS Ellipsis Beginning of String

I was incredibly happy when CSS text-overflow: ellipsis (married with fixed width and overflow: hidden was introduced to the CSS spec and browsers; the feature allowed us to stop trying to marry JavaScript width calculation with string width calculation and truncation.  CSS ellipsis was also very friendly to accessibility. The CSS text-overflow: ellipsis feature is great but is […]

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09 Nov

Object.fromEntries

The Object object has been buffed with useful methods over the past few years.  Object.keys, Object.values, Object.freeze, and Object.assign all address frequently desired functionality.  One of the new Object methods is fromEntries, which accepts a Map or map-like array nesting and converts it to a useful object literal! Convert Map to Object Converting a Map to a key:value […]

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