Well, there’s no nice and easy way to say this, so I’ll just have to say it with as straight a face as I can: My latest web app is a Zombie. Not quite the walking and flesh-eating type, but definitely it reminds me of those hoardes of Undead. See, when I set out to … Read moreMy Latest Web App Is A Zombie!
I remember coding with Angular 1 back in 2013 or thereabouts. Using Angular 1 directives was pretty remarkable at the time. Angular had bold promises about enhancing HTML with custom elements and a whole lot more. Then you had to deal with transclusion, dependency injection, factory services and a whole bunch of other mumbo-jumbo. It … Read moreWhy You Should Choose React Over Angular 2 or 1 For That Matter
Hey there. If you’re reading this you must be a blogger, or interested in blogging. I’m excited to give a sneak peek at an app I’m building for bloggers: NomadHideout. The idea behind NomadHideout is to facilitate introductions for bloggers. You know how hard it can be sometimes to get in front of a famous … Read moreBuilding NomadHideout, An Introductions App For Bloggers
For web developers and designers out there, in an effort to be always improving our craft, it pays to see what others have accomplished. By looking at the brilliance and mistakes of others, we become better and can emulate what works, and discard what doesn’t work. I realize this list is highly subjective. It is … Read moreThe Ultimate List of 200 Greatest Web Apps On The Net: A Product Maker’s Guide
Here’s a big, bold challenge. Let’s take the best scifi ideas out into the real world, combine them with code and see if that doesn’t yield plausible solutions for today’s boldest challenges. I’m calling this the Real Sci-Fi Challenge With good reason. As bloggers and scifi writers our words can remain in imaginary universes and leave the world … Read moreThe Real Sci-Fi Challenge: Because Our Best Ideas Are Feeble