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Is Clever Code OK?

“Clever code” is a term that you may have heard before, accompanied by sighs and groans from other developers. Often, people seem to think of clever code as annoying, and perhaps even harmful. In this article, I’m going to give a brief overview of what clever code is, why it’s often...

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Solving the Responsive Images Problem with WordPress Responsive Images

The quest for a beautiful, responsive website is ever-present. As front-end developers, we know the tricks of the trade when it comes to making all of those fancy little features work from desktop to mobile. Whether it’s degrading hover-based actions gracefully or just making sure everything falls where it should,...

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Using Browserify with JavaScript (and Keeping Yourself Sane!)

Working with code in the browser is a challenge. Not only do you need to manage the disparate behaviors of a variety of browsers and navigate the sometimes treacherous waters of JavaScript’s functional programming logic, but managing a wide array of dependencies and large projects can quickly get unwieldy. Browserify is...

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