Development posts tend to contain thoughts and things I've learnt the hard way which hopefully will help someone else out.
As a frontend developer I spend my time writing (among other things) HTML so when it comes to writing a CV why use Microsoft work/Apple pages when you can use your CV as an excuse to show off your skills?
As developers we spend a lot of our time staring at code wondering either why it won't work the way we want or why it's suddenly broken. There's a lot of evidence to suggest stepping away from the code might be much more productive than staring at it for extended periods.
MutationObserver provides a powerful tool to intercept and restyle plugins you may be running on your site. Here I'll break down how I use it to restyle CANDDi capture on this site.
Around April 2014 I began to notice semalt appearing in my analytics tools. It doesn't appear to be disruptive but it is annoying
There are times when you need to know when a page changes underneath you. This post outlines 3 ways you can achieve this and still support legacy browsers.
In March 2014 I bought myself a mac mini to replace 2 home servers I'd had for years and I've never looked back!
LightwaveRF has a relatively simple API allowing the control of all areas of the system. This post is a quick into into the API without disclosing it due to legal constraints explained below.