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I started this website as a place to share my portfolio and projects, but slowly started documenting solutions to problems I ran into while doing professional development. As I grow, I hope to help other developers fill in their gaps of knowledge, learn difficult concepts fully, and learn technologies that will boost their career.

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I mainly teach custom WordPress development, Sage.io WordPress stack, Laravel Blade Templating, JavaScript(ES6), and CSS/SCSS.

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  • WordPress: How To Create a Custom Admin Button with ACF

    There comes a time in a WordPress theme’s life where custom PHP is needed. This can be a packaged plugin that’s used across multiple client sites, or a single theme. There are several ways to approach a custom admin button. A common approach is invoking a JavaScript function on click, then using AJAX to send […]

  • Quick Tip: Creating Custom Post Types without A Plugin in WordPress

    If you’re creating a custom theme with even a little bit of complexity, chances are, you need some kind of custom post type. There are a few ways to approach it, some involving plugins. The CPT UI plugin is great for managing more complex post types with an intuitive interface. Though, like anything else in […]

  • Let’s Learn Laravel Blade: Conditional Statements (Part 2)

    In our last post, we learned about Laravel Blade and its capablities. That post only scratched the surface, blade can do so much more! In this post, we’ll dive into conditional statements and rendering. Every good templating engine has simple ways to conditionally show blocks of markup. Blade makes this very easy. If you’re used […]

  • How To Interact With Iframes Using Cypress.io

    Cypress.io is great for testing the front end of your app’s UI, but at the time of this post, it lacks a few fundamental features. One important feature is handling file uploads natively, but there is a workaround for that. Another popular use case I came across is testing and interacting with iframes. Testing iframes […]

  • Let’s Learn SASS & SCSS: Extending your knowledge with @extends and @mixins (Part 4)

    There are 3 posts before this article, checking them out might provide additional context for this article. You can check out part 1(getting up and running), part 2(setting up a build), and part 3(variables and nesting). Now that we’ve covered all of the SASS basics, it’s time to dive into the more advanced features! There […]

  • [Tutorial] Implement Parenthesis Multiplication Using JavaScript & Regex

    When learning a new programming language, a calculator is a great way to flex your ability. Going the extra mile and tacking on extra features proves to be an even more valuable experience. In this article, I will show you how to implement a neat feature: the ability to multiply without an * operator.

  • Git Good: Using Cherry-Pick to “Move” Commits

    It’s no secret that Git is an essential tool for all kinds of software. Git isn’t terribly hard to pick up, yet has a complex learning curve. The neat thing about the learning curve is the little tricks just waiting to be picked up. Today, I will be going over something that can be massively […]

  • Prettify Your CSS: Simple Linting Rules For Readable Code

    Every web developer has come across CSS at one point or another. For most, it’s a necessary evil that’s easy to learn, but difficult to master. After some time, you start to get the hang of it and maybe even pick up something like SASS and/or flexbox. One thing you may not realize: your code […]

  • Getting Sassy: 3 Useful Ways To Use SASS Mixins

    For years now, SASS has given CSS the functionalities that native CSS wish it could. These includes variables, selector nesting, mixins, extends, and much more. One simple but very powerful thing SASS gives you is the ability to outsource a similar set of style rules into a reusable “function”. This lets you centralize style logic […]

Featured Posts

  • Let’s Learn SASS & SCSS: Getting Up And Running (Part 1)

    If you’ve been in web development long enough, you’ve probably heard of SASS/SCSS. That’s no surprise, considering it has been around for so long(over 10 years), and it’s included in many popular build systems. Webpack builds such as create-react-app and Vue CLI templates come with easy SASS support. If you’re using your own build system, […]

  • Testing File Uploads With Cypress.io

    Cypress is an end-to-end testing framework designed to provide coverage for front-end UIs. Learning how to automate tests has its learning curve, but the benefits grow with your application’s complexity. I was tasked to test a process that involves uploading multiple types of files. In particular, application/pdf and image/* mime-type files. Doing this with Cypress […]

  • Advancing Your WordPress Workflow: Managing ACF Field Groups The Right Way

    If you develop custom WordPress themes, there’s no doubt ACF (pro) is in your toolbox. Simply put, it feels like a natural extension for developing custom themes. If you still haven’t picked up this tool, I’d recommend hopping over to their website and see what you’ve been missing. Out of the box, you get powerful […]

  • Getting Sassy: 3 Useful Ways To Use SASS Mixins

    For years now, SASS has given CSS the functionalities that native CSS wish it could. These includes variables, selector nesting, mixins, extends, and much more. One simple but very powerful thing SASS gives you is the ability to outsource a similar set of style rules into a reusable “function”. This lets you centralize style logic […]