Reading list for modern web design

Over the years I've found some books on web design to be just as important as posts online. Here's a short post on books I've read, »

Modern browser testing

Browser testing has come along way, these aren't the days of IE5/6 double margin bugs or old IE hasLayout problems. We still battle some bugs »

Using Makefiles for simple build scripts

Makefiles are probably one of the most useful tools in my belt. They allow me to create repeatable tasks which I can run with a simple »

REC FTP development using Atom editor

Following on from my post on FTP development with REC where I used Sublime Text 2. I believe it's worth trying out other editors to find »

Responsive breakpoints preview tool

I'll start by saying there really are loads of great tools out there to preview sites on different viewports / screen width. Such as: http://mattkersley.com/ »

Diving into FTP development with REC

As well as via the admin interface, you can use FTP to gain a greater level of control over the design of your REC site by »

Docker CMD vs ENTRYPOINT

Inside the Dockerfile: CMD This is the default command to be run by the entrypoint ENTRYPOINT This is the program to run the given command. Docker »

Using d3.js both on the front end and server for generating images with node.js

D3.js is a great javascript lib for creating visualisations based on given data. Here's a really really simple example creating different sized circles based on »