The working day of a web developer is filled with usernames and passwords, and there’s no way I could do my job without a password manager to generate and recall the endless strings of random characters. My password manager of choice is 1Password from AgileBits. Individual entries for dev, test, and live sites makes searching […]
I’ve been digging into Ninja Forms and their Front End Editor add-on recently. Their default user registration form comes with a great set of options, including redirecting successful registrations to the referring page, but he same options are not available if you opt to use one of your own forms. Redirecting successful registrations to the […]
GIT deployments are a technique for moving source code from your local development environment to your remote environments while maintaing a complete history of your changes. Many web developers have moved to this style of deployment because it: lowers the risk of forgetting to transfer a file when deploying gives you a way to back-out changes […]
Trello is an innovative little web app that not only helps you to organise multiple phases across multiple projects through a simple drag and drop card system, but by cleverly integrating with Dropbox, also enables you to keep your files organised, up to date, and available to everyone on your project team.