Arrow function as class function in ES6

If you’ve been using create-react-app and tried to build things on your own you might have done/seen/used handleClick = () => { // do thing on click } This comes from the Class properties transform plugin from Babel: https://babeljs.io/docs/plugins/transform-class-properties/ So if you try to build a project on your own you’ll need to include it… Continue reading Arrow function as class function in ES6

Writing WordPress plugins with Standards

[Note: I wrote this in bits and pieces over the past week or so which has caused it to be a bit all over the place 😁 ] On May 31st I will be speaking at WordCamp Miami about the WordPress coding standards, documentation standards, and showing how to apply those when writing your own plugins. Although it isn’t… Continue reading Writing WordPress plugins with Standards

I joined an agency, it’s been pretty great

Up until the summer of 2014, I had been pretty much working alone for 8 years. With a rocky start in my early twenties, I eventually landed on a stable diet of sub-contracted agency work, graphic design, photography and finally concentrated fully on development. I did things right and incorporated early – which gave me an impressive list of titles,… Continue reading I joined an agency, it’s been pretty great

Taking a break from Freelance for September

I’ll be unavailable for any freelance projects for all of September 2014 but I encourage anyone who is looking for some assistance to head on over to Codeable.io.

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Codeable Contractor Reviews plugin

When Codeable updated their app to “2.0” they built it on a nice little api. I’ve been playing with WordPress and its api integration for a while now so I was quite excited to dig into another api.