Tag: code

The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate 3.0.0

I really like code boilerplates. They’re such a great way to show up-and-coming developers one of many ways to accomplish something. They can also teach veteran developers a thing or two. They usually embrace the codebase for which they were written, and follow established conventions of the project. I also like Tom McFarlin. If you […]

Posted: September 02, 2014

My Top 10 Sublime Text Plugins

If I were a gambling man I’d wager that you’re probably a Sublime Text 2 user. In fact I might go so far as to say it’s probably running on your machine right now. If so, definitely have a look at this list of plugins for the app, it’s a great collection. While I don’t […]

Posted: January 17, 2013

The magic of “overflow: hidden”

The magic of “overflow: hidden” — Articles — Colin Aarts, freelance web developer. By far one of the most useful properties in my collection is overflow:hidden. There was a time where I’d simply use it “because it worked before” but as with everything it’s important to understand why it works. This is an older piece […]

Posted: October 16, 2012

Your Editor is Not the Bottleneck

Your Editor is Not the Bottleneck. We still love talking about our tools, even if we don’t like talking about our tools. It’s really quite an oddity how much we talk about what we write our code in, myself included. I’ve written at length my observation of a curiosity surrounding what else is out there, […]

Posted: July 17, 2012