Remember that post where I showed you how to easily run https on your local development server? Well, it just got easier.
If you, like me, are using Chrome to test your applications, your life just got better.
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Long gone are the days when https for websites was a curiosity; reserved only for the checkout page. Encryption is the norm now.
There’s honor in delivering great work, even if it’s a website announcing the shuttering of one of your products.
Today, I saw the future. And it was bright. And full of annoying youngsters who acted as if they were the alpha and omega of society, now get off my lawn!!
Love it when I make the world slightly better by improving an Open Source product I use.
Starting today, I am using Chrome to run automated browser tests.
We‘ve all done it: adding inline styles to HTML pages, because the content is dynamic. Backgrounds for example.
Hosting a website has become like installing a light switch. Connect some wires, hit it, and a lamp goes on.
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It is one of the great web frameworks. Airbnb and Shopify are built with it, to name just two.