Category: Blog

How to use Parcel and Tailwind with WordPress

30 Jun 2022

A tutorial on how to use the ParcelJS bundler and the Tailwind CSS library with WordPress. Modernise...

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How to use Parcel and Tailwind with WordPress

Creating an Oscilloscope with JavaScript and the Web Audio API

12 May 2022 (Updated 14 May 2022)

The oscilloscope is what you might call the archetypal audio visualiser, portraying sound in its mos...

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Creating an Oscilloscope with JavaScript and the Web Audio API

Should I Use p5js or Plain JavaScript (HTML Canvas)?

12 Aug 2021 (Updated 14 Aug 2021)

If you're interested in generative art, generative design or creative coding in general, how does p5...

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Should I Use p5js or Plain JavaScript (HTML Canvas)?

Creative Coding with SVG, Part 1: Circles, Rectangles and the ViewBox

20 Jun 2021

Learn about the SVG viewBox and how to create simple one-line circles and rectangles...

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Creative Coding with SVG, Part 1: Circles, Rectangles and the ViewBox

From CSS to SASS and Back Again

21 Mar 2021 (Updated 1 Jul 2021)

Why I'm abandoning SASS, or how SASS lost its lustre (for me at least)....

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From CSS to SASS and Back Again

The Canvas API, Part 4: Points, Paths and Colours

7 Mar 2021

In this tutorial we take a look at how to properly create shapes with paths, and how to add colour....

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The Canvas API, Part 4: Points, Paths and Colours

The Canvas API, Part 3: A Retina-Ready, Responsive Canvas

13 Feb 2021 (Updated 21 Mar 2021)

In part 3 we'll learn to sharpen up those shapes and make them retina-ready and responsive...

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The Canvas API, Part 3: A Retina-Ready, Responsive Canvas

The Canvas API, Part 2: Basic Shapes and the 2D Context

21 Jan 2021 (Updated 12 May 2022)

In this tutorial we look at some of the basic shape methods offered by the Canvas API....

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The Canvas API, Part 2: Basic Shapes and the 2D Context

The Canvas API, Part 1: The Background

4 Oct 2020 (Updated 27 Jan 2021)

The Canvas API, or the ‘HTML5 Canvas’, allows for the creation of dynamic, interactive graphics ...

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The Canvas API, Part 1: The Background

TrimPress – Trim the Cruft from WordPress

19 Aug 2020 (Updated 14 May 2022)

Over the weekend I released my third plugin, TrimPress. As the name (hopefully) suggests, its aim is...

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TrimPress – Trim the Cruft from WordPress