Sometimes class values in our HTML attributes can go on and on. Arrays can help us do it with style.
When redirecting an entire domain/subdomain, I've found S3 and CloudFront to be a nice toolset. For most use cases, AWS is cheap, easy, and reliable.
Now that the mass hysteria over GDPR is long over, I thought I would take some time to record the lessons that I’ve learned after meeting with several attorneys and reading quite a few articles.
After redesigning a couple websites recently, I’ve run across a common mistake that I see frequently: missing calls to action on key pages.
After learning Ruby on Rails, I played around a little with a few of the open source content management system options available, and one in particular stood out for what I typically need: Alchemy CMS.
Want to code a form that contains a "main" record and a collection of "nested" records? This post will cover a fairly standard CFWheels solution using nested properties and a sprinkling of jQuery—progressively enhanced.
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities can be quite a serious problem if you’re not careful. And if you’re using a framework like CFWheels, you need to be extra careful to protect your output from rendering malicious content.
My new little Ruby gem with a fix for HTTP connectivity via the Net::HTTP library.
In this post, I hope to persuade you that you will rarely ever need the Tag-based form helpers (textFieldTag, selectTag, etc.) in your CFWheels apps ever again.
It’s been my goal to publish a new blog post approximately every 10 days. 10 days ago, I missed my deadline. No post. Read on to find out how I’m dealing with this issue.
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