An overhaul of my initial post on automating visual regression testing, showing new methods and implementations.
Latest posts (2016)
Four easy to implement quick wins to improve accessibility in some common use cases.
A short guide on how to automatically generate and use the new WebP image format in your workflow.
I am making a visible, accountable pact to write more.
A demo of using CSS custom properties to switch colour schemes on a website.
I’ve been writing a lot of tasks to automate and track webpage speed and performance.
By introducing a few pre-written Node packages into our workflow, this is how we established our commit message standards and enforced them across our entire front end team.Originally written for the Code Computerlove blog
I’ve spent a bit of time playing with some new CSS features, had some fun and found a few quirks.
A brief explanation of why this website might not look quite right, and my methodology behind building the next iteration of my blog.
Automatic visual regression testing has incalculable value - whether baked into a new build from the ground up or being retrofitted to legacy projects.
Building on my previous introductory post on getting set up with Travis CI, here’s a few more quick tips that I’ve learnt to optimise your build.