Monthly Archives: February 2013

JS Bin has become essential to me

Something that has really helped me improve my workflow over the last year or so has been JS Bin. The ability to just test some small snippets of code without having to create a new file the leads to me … Continue reading

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There’s a definite cycle to web languages and technologies

I don’t think there’s a lot of industries with a rate of change like the web. The code you’re writing today and the language you’re using might not even be on your radar anymore a year from now. And every … Continue reading

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I’ve finally learned I don’t need to write all the code

If there’s one thing it’s taken me forever to accept I should be using, it’s JavaScript frameworks. I’ve been working with Spine.js and I’ll admit, at first, I didn’t see the point of it. The basics of the app had … Continue reading

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Use Chrome’s Developer Tools to check for event listeners

I don’t know how long this feature has been in the Dev Tools but I know it’s something that I could have used a few times over the years. When you inspect an element hidden down in the corner underneath … Continue reading

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