Font Awesome is, well, awesome - but there's no getting away from the fact that if you only want a few of the icons then it's not a lightweight package.
Recently I’ve been working on integrating with a subscription/payment gateway. (It hasn’t been straightforward, but that’s a whole other post…) I wanted to be able to test my web-hook code without repeatedly triggering events from the gateway. I stored the incoming events in JSON format, which
I started to think - Express has middleware, I wonder what Hapi has? There’s bound to be something so I can ...
In this post we’ll add template rendering (with Vision) and input validation (with Joi) into our application from the previous set of posts.
A simple way to identify if your user is logged in.
Handling optional variables in an EJS template.
Also known as "things I've learned today"... I've been using Insomnia [https://insomnia.rest/] the last couple of days to test a web API. Insomnia's a great client - it's got lots of features to make life easier. You can set arbitrary headers to whatever value you want, you can
I just had to take a minute to say - Vue’s [https://vuejs.org] automatic PWA [https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressive_web_application] support is amazing. Enable it with the Vue CLI and it Just Works. Okay, you have to supply your own icons and stuff, but
I was following Flavio Copes' tutorial [https://flaviocopes.com/graphql-node-express/] on creating a basic GraphQL server in Express the other day. The tutorial was good, but I realised at the end that it didn't give you an example of a query to actually see the resolvers in action. Luckily I've
Making Winston log statements act like console.log()