The final (for now) in the “Front End Ain’t Scary” series of posts, this introduces Travis CI, the continuous integration service.
Post archives (2014)
Inspired by Geek Mental Help Week, I wanted to sum up my thoughts on Imposter Syndrome and on trying to overcome it on a daily basis.
Taking the concept of BEM - Block, Element, Modifier - and applying it to help with Sass variables in my framework.
I wrote my first Gulp plugin, a light wrapper for our node-combine-mq task.
Another post in the “Ain’t Scary” series, this post introduces Yeoman and gives an example of a basic generator setup.
A little Node package I wrote to print out a random curse when something goes wrong!
Another in the “Front end ain’t scary” series, this post introduces Bower and discusses its uses.
Another article in “Ain’t Scary”, where I’ll write little tips to get started with Git via the command line.
This article is part of a new series I’ll write entitled Ain’t Scary, where I’ll write little tips to get you going on things that I’ve just discovered little tips to get me going on.
I wrote this Gist a while ago and it came in handy last week when I was showing a colleague some handy shortcuts to add to his .bash_profile - so here it is.
Another reference for myself so I don’t have to trawl my memory banks (and the internet) every time I set up a new project.
A gist of my Sass media query mixin. I keep forgetting to upload and share snippets of CSS/Sass with people who ask, so here it is!
A quick tip to help get the most out of user behaviour tracking with Google Analytics.