I’m currently working on a side project (coming soon, hopefully!) that uses HTML5 audio. Working locally everything was fine but when I tested on the server I ran into a problem caused by the fact that the audio takes a few seconds to load properly and start playing. That made me realise I hadn’t considered what would happen on a… read more →
Posted on Thursday, 6th November 2014.
Isn’t Wikipedia amazing? Yeah, it’s the butt of jokes about people not researching stuff properly but if you stop and think about it, it’s an incredible thing. A repository of huge swathes of human knowledge, available to (almost) all, for free, any time of day or night, in a whole bunch of different languages and dialects. Truly awesome. One area… read more →
I’m sure I don’t need to extol the virtues of working locally via MAMP Pro. One thing that has always annoyed me though is that to test on devices other than my main box, I’d have to either upload the files to a server or fiddle with something like DynDNS. Recently though, I discovered xip.io. It’s a neat little service… read more →
Posted on Friday, 15th February 2013.
I’ve recently started using Bitbucket as a kind of off-site backup for my Git repos - it works beautifully with SourceTree as you can have all commits pushed to the “origin” repo by default. Lovely. Usually I work locally with MAMP, pushing updates to a staging server if I need to show the client or something. Before now, I did… read more →