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Bulma: road-testing the CSS framework

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I’ve been doing some research on CSS frameworks to determine their usefulness in my day to day work. I think every developer has heard of Bootstrap. And thousands...

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Autoprefixer helps me write better code

In a perfect world, everyone would play by the same rules. But the web isn't perfect. And different browsers need different helping hands to play the same game. Enter...

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Moving from LESS to SCSS

LESS has been such a handy way to work with CSS - especially when paired with CodeKit. When looking at which preprocessor to use, it was between LESS and SASS....

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TinyMCE 5: Creating an Autocomplete Plugin

I had a great time last week hanging out with the Tiny team in Brisbane for their Product Week, seeing what the team are up to (and experimenting with during their...

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Bulma, Vue and Webpack: oh my!

I’m working on a new project. Well, actually, no, it’s the rebuild of an old project. Written for PHP4/5 old. And yet, because I rock, still runs on PHP7. But…...

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While collating tracks for a 138 bpm mix, I found that not only was there so much great music out there, but I had enough for different "feels" of 138 bpm. This...

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TinyMCE 5: Creating a custom Dialog Plugin (and with Custom Button Icons)

Edited: February 6, 2019. The included code also works with the TinyMCE 5 Stable release. I’ve been using TinyMCE for years – I think if I look back in my...

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I am the Development Director (and co-owner) at Mity Digital, a Melbourne-based digital agency specialising in responsive web design, custom web development and graphic design.
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