WordPress 5.9

WordPress has come a long, long way since I started working with it some eight years ago. The introduction of the Gutenberg editor to the core was the last significant improvement to the core, albeit badly received in some circles.…

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Programmers Puzzlebox

Here’s an iteration of a concept I came up with over the holidays. If you’re a web developer, you might enjoy this set of sixteen puzzles. Be warned! The difficulty ramps up significantly. The game starts as soon as you…

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CSS Paint API

I’ve recently become aware of the CSS Paint API and am excited to start using it. I can see this having potential uses in keeping payload sizes down on sites, I’m also excited to experiment and find out just what…

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Scale Chart

I’ve written a basic scale chart for stringed instruments using React, which you can see here. I’ve written scale charts using various languages many, many times now and can honestly say that leaving a few build pipeline mishaps aside, the…

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DOMDocument 2.0.0 release

I’ve released a new major version of my DOMDocument library which includes many, many enhancements. Please see the documentation, see the commits for changes, or check out the publication. This new version pre-empts further improvements to PHP regarding implementing the…

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New Banner!

I’m working on a project at the moment which may potentially involve rendering video in a THREE.js environment. The banner for this site has needed upgrades for some time, the CSS animation didn’t really do it justice, so over the…

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Porting Perlin Turbulence

As part of a project I’m working on right now, I’ve been looking at this set of SVG effects for HTML elements. For the purposes of this particular project, it’s desirable to re-create this effect in THREE.js using post-processing fragment…

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