Another online code editor

In the past I have found and shared online resources for developers (e.g. playcode.io), and today I have another one! htmleditor.io does basically what the URL suggests – it allows you to edit HTML. But it does it all in your browser. And it renders…

Web Developer Roadmap

Today I wanted to share an interesting breakdown of how someone could approach the steps to learn development. The breakdown is presented as a “Roadmap”. You can see the original article here. The Roadmap begins with a separation of development areas, in the form of…

Introducing playcode.io

Recently learned about the website playcode.co today. The site is essentially an online editor that allows you to write HTML, Java script and CSS onto the screen, and then view it in real time. Similar to websites like Codepen.io, though personally I quite like the…

Amazing element hover effects

Sharing another amazing resource today. This one comes from CodeDrops, and uses some awesome CSS animation. Go check it out! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did (I’m using one of the styles in my footer!)

Atom has a great way to provide help

I recently downloaded a new text editor for my Windows PC, called Atom. I won’t go into it too much, but I will say it seems like a great text editor. The default theme is great (I’m a fan of dark themes), and the concept…

Keeping the knife edge sharp

Today I wanted to share a mobile app that I’ve started using, called Enki So far I have only taken a stab at the CSS and Javascript workouts, but the user experience is great and I’ve really enjoyed doing it. And most importantly, I’ve learned…

New Years Resolution

2017 is coming up fast, and it’s time to think about a resolution. For me, I want to spend more of my personal time expanding my coding prowess. Naturally work keeps me busy, but development is a¬†huge field and it’s easy to lose touch. I’ve…