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    Better Debugging with Conditional Breakpoints

    I love conditional breakpoints. Really! They're my favorite debugging tool. When I got started in web development, "debugging" for me meant creating a <pre id='log'></pre> and appending strings to its contents to act as a log. But once Firebug rolled around—and then when browsers started...

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    Top Prototyping Tools You Should Consider Using

    Knowledgeable designers constantly check with clients and other team members for feedback. Also, they always seek assurances their design is moving in the right direction. Prototypes offer one effective way of sharing design information with others. They also serve as a self-check. They make detection and...

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    Split Files Into Smaller Files

    As fast as internet connections have gotten over the years, it seems the size of files we want to share has grown faster.  Whether it's archive (ZIP), video, or any other host of potentially large file types, it's still tricky to put these large files somewhere...

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    Image and Video Conversion with Cloudinary

    I've always been fascinated with media formats and converting both images and video from one format to another.  Media conversion allows us to play videos on devices or apps with picky media requirements and load optimized formats for faster download speed.  I've written several media-related...

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    Show git Branch from Command Line

    Whether it's simply submitting pull requests or being snobby enough to use vim as a text editor, web developers and designers spend an awful lot of time working from command line.  If you do work with git, you know it's important to keep track of your branches...

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    Contest:  Cloudinary Style Transfer on CodePen!

    Cloudinary provides web designers and developers the ability to do a huge number of operations, like resize, optimize, and format almost all media types, but my favorite parts of their service are the vast amount of visual transformations their API allows you to play with; ...

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    The Advantages of Using a Design to WordPress Service and Four Great Options

    You've taken a cool idea and transformed it into an awesome design that's ready to take the world by storm. However, there is one thing that is left to do - converting it to code. You could, of course, take the easy route and use a...

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    How to Create a Recalbox on Raspberry Pi &#8211; Graphical Guide

    Retro gaming seems to be all the rage these days, despite the fact that there are much more powerful systems and graphically impressive games being released today. Whether it's because the game quality was better decades ago, or some of us gamers are just getting...

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    Video Game Console Emulator

    Like most American children of the 1980s and 1990s, I spent a good amount of time playing video games with my friends.  My first console was the original Nintendo (NES), then the first Sega console, then onto t he Nintendo 64 (the best gaming system ever created)...

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    How to Create a RetroPie on Raspberry Pi &#8211; Graphical Guide

    Today we get to play amazing games on our super powered game consoles, PCs, VR headsets, and even mobile devices.  While I enjoy playing new games these days, I do long for the retro gaming systems I had when I was a kid: the original Nintendo...