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Tag: JavaScript

Front-End Toolbelt: `--allow-empty`

Posted June 1st, 2017 in FrontEnd-Toolbelt tagged JavaScript, Git


Recently I’ve been working on an automated deployment system for projects, which can do useful things like allow for super simple pushes, and makes my deployments way less susceptible to error (and to be honest less scary). However - the tedium of the project came in the form of lots of commits. So many, that I was developing this strange half-robotic, half-smash…

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ProTip: A PHP Cache Buster for CSS + JavaScript Assets

Posted July 1st, 2016 in PHP tagged CSS, JavaScript


I know that it’s extremely rare for me to post about PHP… but hear me out. I’ve worked with a few clients who will about halfway through their project receive link from me to get a first-look at their project in development. Throughout the project they’ll get updates from me about going back to this same development preview link, but the problem I have experienced is that their browser has previously cached (now stale)…

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