A new update to Chrome forces the commonly used local development TLD of .dev to HTTPS. Here’s how to fix it.
What you can learn about development from a theoretical physicist’s safecracking hobby.
Styling form inputs can be a real PITA. Most browsers are very opinionated over how they display certain inputs. Like file uploads. And they almost always look like garbage. This is 2016! Clients want their upload buttons to match their theme. Not the default browser input.
I recently switched my dev environment from using MAMP to Vagrant. One of the fallbacks of this switch, however, was my grunt live reload quit working. Whatever, I was never that impressed with my old setup. It was buggy and called for extra scripts being added into the site. I also checked out the Live…Read More
CloudFlare is a service that “protects and accelerates any website online”. I’ll let them explain it in a little more detail. Once your website is a part of the CloudFlare community, its web traffic is routed through our intelligent global network. We automatically optimize the delivery of your web pages so your visitors get the…Read More
Let me preface this with the fact that I am in know way a server expert. Basically all of the knowledge I have of Nginx was gathered over a 3-4 week period where I started testing out Digital Ocean for work. I’ve had a bit more experience with Apache server configuration simply because most of the WordPress…Read More