This is another of those posts that is reference material for myself whilst also potentially being helpful for others. Summernote is a great WYSIWYG editor based on bootstrap. I was looking for an editor that I could integrate into a product to make it easier for non tech people to
Today I decided that it was worth investing some time in revisiting the build tools that are used across the Double Negative web properties. We use gulp pretty much universally across our projects. In fact not only do most projects use gulp, but most projects use very similar build processes
Recently I was suffering from a little bit of work induced burnout and as such I took the opportunity to step back from 12 hours of daily coding to attempt to reduce my knowledge debt and refactor our various products. At the most basic level this would involve updating and
My current build process for PubReviews.com utilizes Grunt. On occasion I have seen 'Esprima' outputted within my build logs. I have always been happy to allow the internals of the tools which I utilize for build and release cycles to keep their internals relatively hidden. That was until today.