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    Script & Style Show: Episode 14: CSS filters and mix-blend-mode with Tim Thomas

    In this week's episode:  David uses City Slickers to illustrate his sorrow over turning 35 years old while Todd tries to talk him down.  Tim Thomas stops by to demo some really awesome animated effects you can do with CSS' mix-blend-mode and filter.  The demos are outstanding...

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    Script & Style Show: Episode 13: Decentralized Identity with Daniel Buchner

    In this episode:  David and Todd return from travels to San Francisco, Oslo, and Iceland, Todd reveals he's a new (dog) father, and they welcome guest Daniel Buchner, a Senior PM for Microsoft's Decentralized Identity team.  Daniel shares his knowledge about blockchain and crypto, then moves...

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    Fix Flow Node Issue “property querySelector of unknown”

    Flow, the static type checker used in many React projects, feels like a gift and a curse at times; a gift in that it identifies weaknesses in your code, and a curse that sometimes you feel like you're needlessly adjusting your code to satisfy Flow. ...

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    Count Frames in an Animated GIF

    The animated GIF always makes me chuckle; on one hand they seem like a relic of the "old web", on the other hand they aren't going anywhere and their meme-like presence seem to only make them more popular.  If you browse through my media blog...

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    Easy Document Signing with the Eversign Chrome Extension

    A while back I wrote about Eversign, an awesome service that allows you and your clients or partners to digitally sign documents online.  If you've recently bought a house or did any other large purchases or agreements, you know how important the ability to reliably...

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    Convert HTML to Markdown

    One of my biggest mistakes with this blog was not finding a WordPress plugin that would allow me to write my posts with markdown; to this day I still need to write posts in "Visual" mode and then manually convert the post to HTML for "Text"...

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    Show FPS for Steam Games

    There's nothing more frustrating to a top gamer (outside of bugs in a game) than dropped frames in a video game.  If you're playing a competitive multiplayer game like PUBG or Fortnite, where up to 100 people are simultaneously competing, dropped frames can be the difference...

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    Uppy File Uploading

    One of the big tasks I was charged with at my first job was setting up a system by which any customer or potential customer (aka anonymous user) could upload PDF and image files. I had loads of constraints to deal with: browser support...

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    console.timeLog

    I work on a really complex debugger at Mozilla but, and don't tell my colleagues, I sometimes enjoy simply using console.log and other console commands to get some simple output.  I know, I know, but hey -- whatever gets the job done.  A few years ago I...

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    Whatâs Next for Hybrid App Developers?

    The story of hybrid application development is a never-ending one. Each framework has to continuously strive and innovate to remain relevant, and the discussion of which framework to use is a question often asked. Most hybrid applications are built using a combination of HTML, CSS, and...