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Detecting Copy and Paste in JavaScript

Detecting copy and paste in JavaScript is not something that’s new to web development. How you do it may vary, though,

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Bootstrapping JavaScript Files in WordPress

We talk a lot about the idea of having bootstrap files in WordPress plugins, which I think are great, but we

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How To Concatenate JavaScript Files with CodeKit

Of all the various build tools that are available right now (such as Gulp, Grunt, and others), I still find

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My tips on learning how to code

Some techniques to strengthen your learning path. In this article i want to try ans share some of the small

IIFE Scoping
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IIFE For JavaScript in WordPress Development

IIFE, or an immediately-invoked function expression, is something that’s been a relatively common way of writing code in JavaScript. It’s

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Learn “WordPress JavaScript” (And What That Means)

Now and then, I’ll stumble across a blog post, question, or comment that talks about WordPress JavaScript as if it’s

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Manipulating WP Admin Bar Styles with Events

I’ve mixed feelings about the WordPress admin bar, but that has to do with how third-party solutions add their options

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A Few Gulp Packages for Starters

Software like Gulp and other utilities aren’t new. For those who haven’t used them before, it can be a little

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Creating jQuery Components in WordPress

Front-end development has taken great strides in the last couple of years (and continues to do so) through the use

Properly Working with Ajax Requests: MDN
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Properly Working with Ajax Requests in WordPress

Whenever you’re working with third-party APIs, and you’re doing so in an asynchronous nature, there is always the chance that

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Learn The New Thing! (Wait, Not So Fast)

One of the things that I dig about the software development industry (others, too, but this is where we are,

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Cancel Axios request to prevent React from yelling at you.

Canceling Axios and prevent state update. In this article i would like to show you how we can cancel a

jQuery Versus ES6 in WordPress: Why Not Both?
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Is It Really Worth Debating jQuery Versus ES6?

When building WordPress plugins for myself or others, several of the things I take into account – as we all

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Triggering Angular Events with jQuery (As Weird As That May Sound)

One of the things that I enjoy about working with WordPress is the ability to bring in third-party libraries and

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My favourite JavaScript array methods for dealing with Api data.

Using JavaScript array methods with Api data In this article I want to share with you how I use some

What Are Source Maps? Enqueuing Styles
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What Are Source Maps (And Are They Needed)?

If you work on the front-end of a site in any capacity – be it for a plugin, a theme,