Here’s are some of my project notes on how I launched a French Drupal 8 Bootstrap 4 site in less than 9 weeks.
Scratch notes on how to setup Wordpress. Will revisit later.
These couple of links totally saved my butt over the weekend. I’ll write more on how later. https://www.accuweaver.com/2014/09/19/make-chrome-accept-a-self-signed-certificate-on-osx/ http://www.nullalo.com/en/chrome-how-to-install-self-signed-ssl-certificates/
Composer is a dependency manager for PHP. Composer will manage the dependencies you require on a project by project basis. This means that Composer will pull in all the required libraries, dependencies and manage them all in one place.
The series of commands below will remove all of the items from the Git Index (not from the working directory or local repo), and then updates the Git Index, while respecting git ignores.
Version control isn’t just for developers. Front-end designers and even content writers can use services such as Git to manage revisions and work better as teams. But don’t be intimidated. I’ve got you covered with a comprehensive list of git commands.
Here are some of my favorite wordpress plugings that I use on most projects:
Over the course of a few months I helped my company migrate to Hubspot’s marketing automation platform and we were able to attract more visitors, convert more leads, and close more customers.
By following the Atomic Design methodology I was able to help Adaptive Insights create a library of elements, components, and layouts making the codebase easier to update, more consistent, and serve as a basic style guide.
I Worked with the Head of Design and other creative team members to develop pixel-perfect designs and proof of concepts with Angular.js.
With the good folks over at Digital Meaning, I’ve pretty much had my hands on everything digital for Corostuff.
As a consultant for Digital Meaning I managed workflow processes and provided design and front-end development services for clients including, Corodata, Corostuff, CollabNet, and App Annie.