I’ve been in the start-up game for the past nine years and have loved every minute of it. I’ve had some great successes but also stumbled on dozens of occasions. I’m going to write about one of those stumbles.
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In 2010 I was pitched a start-up idea from a colleague. The idea was simple, make it super easy for people to find and purchase items from their favorite television shows. …
While on vacation I decided to spend some time learning about AngularJS. I built several small applications (on the beach but that’s another story) with relative ease. Some of the areas I found extremely interesting were:
I’ve decided to sprinkle in my blog ‘How it works’ posts. These posts will break down high level concepts and explain how they work. I was recently asked about stacking context so figured I would start with this topic.
Let me first start by explaining stacking context in simple terms. Lets say you have a 10 story building. The building as a whole would be considered the stacking context and the floors within the building would be considered the stacking levels. You can alter the stacking level by using the ‘z-index’ property. …
I was recently asked about challenges that I've experienced working with responsive layouts. I figured this would be a great article to kick-off my blog so here it goes.
Responsive design is not a new idea and has been in our web development toolkit for some time now. The idea is simple, one page that fits to all defined screen sizes. However, for being such a simple idea there are a ton of challenges that a developer will experience. I am going to cover just a few of them along with some ways to avoid them.
Not every project starts…
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