“Engineers love sharing spectacular failures on the way to surprising success, because they consider each failed experiment as a tool in their toolkit, something they now know not to do.” - It’s Not Rocket Science by Mary Spio
I have been using Coda 2 for a while now and like most people I probably only use about 5% of Coda’s awesome features. In our day to day workflows we as developers rarely have time to dive deep into the tools we use. We figure out the bare minimum to get coding and we are off.
Hipster Creative takes pride in our cross browser compatibility and testing, but we don’t gaurantee that every browser will render your site perfectly. Unless you specifically ask otherwise, we only support IE 9 and later. But why? IE doesn’t follow the rules. You’d be amazed to see how much time can go into getting a...View Article
Ah frameworks, the evergreen topic of many a blog and podcast. It seems that every so often I encounter a strong anti-framework stance, be it CSS, JS, PHP, Ruby, etc. etc. The bottom line is: Using a framework creates technical debt. A framework can and will present design and implementation issues. Over the life of...View Article
Not everyone can be into things before they hit the mainstream. I forgive those who still think that liking the movies Choke and Fight Club make them so original, even though they never read the books that proceeded them. On the other hand, if your website isn’t responsive, SHAME. Responsive sites are those sites that...View Article
To coffee, or not to coffee, that is the question: Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer The fuzz and fatigue of outrageous php Or to take reports against a sea of regressions, And by testing end them. To code, to debug; No more; and by a coffee to say we commit The heartache,...View Article