Oftentimes the awesome GUI applications we love are simply gloss over a command line functionality. While I do love a visual app, it’s always good to know how to do things from command line, if only for the sake of automation. I’ve covered loads of command line secrets, most notably Mac Camera Access, so I […]
On this episode: Todd notices what David’s been watching on YouTube while logged in as the Script & Style user and David has no defense but loads of embarrassment. David hurriedly transitions to welcoming guest Chris Van Wiemeersh from Mozilla’s Reality team. Chris enlightens the guys about the current state of virtual reality, Mozilla’s role […]
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CSS variables are a very welcome addition to the language, despite them being incredibly basic. Sure we could use SASS or stylus but languages should never count on developers relying on frameworks and toolkits to accomplish what we know we need. And just like every other part of a webpage, you can get and manipulate […]
On this episode: Todd asks David what he wants to be for Halloween and quickly regrets it, while Todd reveals his somewhat controversial costume. David and Todd then welcome Lemon, an amazing web developer that creates silly but hilarious web games, hosts The FPl.us podcast, and shares his views on growth as a web developer. […]
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In this episode: David kicks off by recounting a heroic (and tiring) sprint across the O’Hare airport to make his flight home from Toronto. CSS-Tricks scribe Chris Coyier joins Todd and David to discuss CSS-Tricks, CodePen, podcasting, and numerous walks down memory lane. This episode provides great advice for new developers and discusses the early […]
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On this week’s episode: David shrugs aside the scars of the week’s DevTools Debugger development to welcome this week’s guest:Â Charlie Vazac.Â Charlie boasts the title of Senior Architect at Akamai and joins David and Todd to talk ab...
Last year when cryptocurrencies were gaining massively in value each month, I badly wanted to create a personal web project which would let me quickly buy and sell crypto outside of brokers like Coinbase; the problem I ran into was not having a reliable API for doing so. I recently discovered coinlayer, an API which […]