Sublpress is a new extension for Sublime Text by Nic Dienstbier that makes it possible to manage your WordPress site (or multiple sites) in the editor. Currently you can edit settings, create and edit posts and manage taxonomy terms. All features can be easily accessed via the Command Palette. I tested Sublpress in both Sublime… Continue reading Sublpress: Manage WordPress Sites in Your Text Editor
In Firefox, viewing the original SASS line number directly has been possible using Firebug and FireSass. Similar, or even better functionality has very recently arrived in the stable release of Chrome. I just tried this out and it works wonderfully. See here for instructions: How to make Chrome understand the SASS/SCSS in your rails app… Continue reading Debugging SASS in Chrome
A fully packed 334 pages of analysis on the current state of mobile and best responsive design practices. Bottom line: most people working in web design today should probably read this book, whether they’re designers or developers. See the full post for my six key points.
Some years ago browser testing meant just testing in Firefox, Safari and possibly Opera, and cursing and testing in IE6. Good standards support in current browsers has made development easier on one hand, but more complex than ever on the other hand with the demands of responsive design, the rise of mobile and websites themselves… Continue reading My Dev Setup, part 3: Browser Testing
In the second post of my “set up” series, I’m listing some of the apps I use daily for web development. There are many tools available, and the specific ones you need will inevitably vary based on the kind of development you do, the languages you use, size of team etc. I do mostly front-end dev and WordPress theme + plugin development in a small team, and my choice of apps obviously reflects this.