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    React Emoji Picker

    When emojis first hit the web scene I rolled my eyes -- they seemed like a lame communication method for giggling kids.  After years more experience working remotely, managing open source communities, and communicating with people that may not get my sense of humor, I've realized...

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    With Elementor, You can Design Every Part of a WordPress Website Without Writing a Line of Code

    Have you ever tried to envision what the definitive WordPress website builder would look like? It might bear some resemblance to products currently on the market except it would have much more to offer. That was exactly the Elementor team's thinking when they set...

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    Search Git Commits Between Dates

    One of my weaknesses as a developer is relying on UIs to provide me the data I need.  It's not a fatal weakness but it does hamper me a bit.  One prime example is relying on GitHub's interface to review changes; git's command line provides the...

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    CDN, Web Security, and DDoS Protection from Incapsula

    There used to be day that you could have a small to large website that didn't require protection and worldwide CDN but, with how easy it is to initiate a DDoS attack and how important website speed is for search engine placement, it's a given...

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    The Dark Side of Promises

    Since the release of es6 many new features have found their way into NodeJS, but non had quite the same impact as promises. Promises have been developed for the browser before es6 was even a thing. There were several implementations that have been used like jQuery's...

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    How to Use OBS as a Webcam

    As I learn more about streaming video games on Twitch and continue broadcasting the Script & Style Show, I've become skilled in the art of Open Broadcasting Software (OBS).  OBS is a bit like PhotoShop for video, wherein you can layer effects like...

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    Using Storybook with Nuxt

    Nuxt.js has been a lot of fun to use in production web apps and side projects. It's simple, fast, and seems very in line with web standards when it comes to creating components, importing plugins, etc. Equally as exciting has been the rise of...

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    Limit Download Speed with Apache

    My adventures into retro gaming have brought me back into the semi-seedy world of piracy websites and the technology considerations that dictate their business model.  Annoying popups and pornographic advertisements aside, the most obvious technological observation I made was that each of these sites used bandwidth...

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    Create Context Menu Items in Mac Finder

    As much as I like exercising my command line skills, for many tasks I'd rather click a time or two.  The problem is that yarn install, brew install, and other package managers don't come with UI extending capabilities...so knowledgable people like us need to find a...

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    Patch Super Dram World

    My recent dive into retro gaming has opened my eyes to how much time and effort still goes into playing console games that are as old as I am.  The basic challenge has gone out of these games, understandably, so players have improvised new goals like...