Tag: javascript

Building a JavaScript Framework

Building a JavaScript Framework

Building something complicated is always easier when you start small. The same goes with developing a JavaScript Framework, and anything else. First, make a list of features you want. So, let’s do that now. Create HTML Elements Add attributes to the element Add event listeners to the element Add children […]

Skeleton Repo for PHP, JavaScript, and SCSS

Skeleton Repo for PHP, JavaScript, and SCSS

I work on a lot of different projects, and each one is unique in its own way. I often find myself installing packages manually and then configuring them. It seems like I repeat myself quite a bit, but the requirements of each project vary ever so slightly. In an attempt to […]

AMPbin

AMPbin

I’ve been working on a new project called AMPbin. It is a place for everyone to create, edit, save, and share their AMP HTML. If you need to make sure your AMP HTML is valid, then be sure to check it out, because it does that on-the-fly. If something isn’t […]

iframe, localStorage, postMessage

iframe, localStorage, postMessage

I recently needed to pass some data from one domain to the other. Using a server-side language, like PHP, wasn’t an option. The site that needed the data was built using Angular and communicated with an API service. I thought about it for a day or two and considered doing […]

Actualización rápida – Firebase

Actualización rápida – Firebase

My pal Alex and I are writing a chat app that uses Google’s Firebase products. It’s coming along nicely and we continue to add new features. The more I use the real-time database the more I love it. Their JavaScript library makes it very easy to get started. I’m still […]

CSS, JS, and Gulp

CSS, JS, and Gulp

I recently tried the CSS framework Skeleton. It is a minimal framework, that only provides you with some very basic styles, which is what I like about it. It has a twelve column fluid grid with a max of 960 pixels. It uses the Google font Raleway which is a […]

Short Post

Short Post

It’s been a little while since I’ve posted anything, so here is a quick update. Website I finally pulled the trigger and implemented AMP. All the pages are now Accelerated Mobile Pages. I didn’t have to sacrifice anything, but I also didn’t spend very much time on the design or […]

Creating a Game

Creating a Game

Making a basic browser-based game may not be as hard as you think. I suggest that you solve one problem at a time. If you take an object-oriented approach, you combine all of your solutions into a complete game. Taking this approach will make it easier for you to add […]

AMP Gist Component

AMP Gist Component

Erwin Mombay wrote an excellent article on creating your first AMP Component. AMP is a way to build pages for static content that render fast. AMP extensions use the power of custom elements and allows us to create new components to enhance AMP HTML pages. While at the AMP Conference […]

Node.js Package

Node.js Package

Encryption has interested me for as long as I can remember. I’ve been writing a decent amount of JavaScript lately, so I decided to try ricmoo/aes-js. It works really well and does everything I was hoping it would do. Since it does so much, the interface requires a little more […]