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  1. Continuous Integration, and Automated Deployments

    In the next post I’ll get back to the meat of how I’m making progress with the blog application. This time however, I wanted to deviate a little, and talk …

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  2. Spritesheets, Grunt, and You

    If you are using Grunt, you really have no excuse not to be using CSS spritesheets. If you aren’t using Grunt yet, then you should know that a well thought-out …

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  3. Rehearsal: Record program output

    Persist standard input to a file and keep track of timestamps, then simulate real-time program execution.

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  4. Cross-tab Communication

    The upcoming SharedWorker API allows to transmit data across iframes and even browser tabs or windows. It landed in Chrome years ago, and not so long ago in Firefox, but …

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  5. Immutable Deployments and Packer

    A correcter title for this series would be something along the lines of “Automating autoscaled zero-downtime immutable deployments using plain old bash, Packer, …

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  6. Composable UI

    Most often, web UI libraries fall under one of two categories. They may be part of a “framework”, or a grouping of UI components that share an appearance, …

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  7. Dream of Browser Test Automation?

    Browser testing has been a pain for a decade now. The landscape is showing a lot of promise nowadays, and I wanted to share the approach to client-side testing …

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  8. ES6 Arrow Functions in Depth

    The daily saga of es6-in-depth articles continues. Today we’ll be discussing Arrow Functions. In previous articles we’ve covered destructuring and template …

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  9. ES6 Overview in 350 Bullet Points

    My ES6 in Depth series consists of 24 articles covering most syntax changes and features coming in ES6. This article aims to summarize all of those, providing you with …

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  10. Two-way Synchronization for a Web App and Git

    This article explains the challenges I went through and how I ended up implementing a two-way synchronization between the web application and a git repository for the articles.

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  11. How Terrible Code Gets Written by Perfectly Sane People

    Help your team avoid some bad habits that can drive good teams to write terrible code.

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  12. A Brief History of Modularity

    When it comes to JavaScript, modularity is a modern concept. In this article we’ll quickly revisit and summarize the milestones in how modularity evolved in the …

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