Let’s build a realtime chat application using Laravel 5.4 and VueJS, and then we’ll test it with Laravel Dusk!
Learn about the “just enough” principle I borrowed from Erika Hall and how I apply it to my web development process.
Have you ever wondered why it’s not possible to share Snapchat stories on the web? My wife and I make weird, goofy Snapchat stories. Like really weird. I’ll be honest – most of the time, they are weird enough that I’m happy they’re gone after 24 hours. But sometimes, it’s nice to hit “Save” and […]
As an active CodePen user, I’ve been wanting to host a CodePen meetup in my area for a while. In the spring of 2016, I decided to bite the bullet and enlist the help of my pals Justin Lobaito and Ryan Young to plan Iowa’s first CodePen meetup! Spoiler alert: It was really great.
I’m working on a project which contains a collection of 40 to 50 items. None of the items have photos or other distinguishing visual indicator, so I wondered… Could I add a difference in color based on the date of each item in the collection?
Things on the Internet are about to get a lot more secure. Read why HTTPS Everywhere is the Web of the future (and what it means for you).
I go on a week-long challenge to only use Vim as my text/code editor. Goodbye, Sublime Text! See you never! Totally kidding.
Josh writes about building website experiences for mobile users and how watered-down interfaces are the wrong solution to the problem.
How much traffic is a lot of traffic for a DigitalOcean droplet? I test out a couple different heavy traffic scenarios with CloudFlare and WordPress.
When you’re building out a website with full-width background images, you’ve probably run into an issue with resolution and size. Screens are getting huge, and images keep getting larger. But how large is too large for images?