In the last posts, we learned about layouts and partials, but Laravel provides even more functionality. You may ask: why use a component when you can just use partials? In Laravel, components are packed with additional functionality. Components give you separation of concerns, letting you outsource PHP logic to a method outside of your blade […]
Every here and there, you may come across a use case where it’s necessary to reduce a video file by 50-80% without any noticeable loss of quality. Often times it’s for front-end performance reasons, but can also come in handy if a server has an upload limit(50MB on a typical WordPress site for example). There […]
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.
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 […]
We’ve all been there. We don’t want to do it, we don’t think we need to do it, but it’s necessary. Unfortunately, Internet Explorer (11) is a necessary evil for most business requirements. Certain businesses even require earlier versions than that. *shudder* Fair warning, this article is only keeping the most recent version(11) in mind. […]
Inline SVGs are a lesser known trick for performant assets. Using them in traditional static sites is problematic due to how verbose they are. Inline SVGs can be anywhere from a few lines of code to a hundred! Not the prettiest solution. That is why it’s much better to use a component based approach. Using […]
Have you ever worked on a project and seemingly out of nowhere your entire file list in your git staging history? It’s ugly, it ruins any usefulness your current commit had, and can clog up your overall history pretty fast. For a while, I wasn’t even sure what caused this. Turns out, changing file permissions […]
Hyperlinks are a big part of every webpage, even if they’re not completely apparent. Typically you’d only have text or maybe wrap a <button> element with a link. Sometimes, a design called for an entire <div> (or any other sectional element) to be a clickable link. A typical example is an entire block with some […]