Month: October 2014

The difficulty of using your car’s turn signal

Here’s something that bugs me a lot when driving a car: other drivers. Especially the ones driving either way too big or way too expensive cars with all their flashy chrome and xenon lights. First off, I know you probably paid a shitload of money for that car, because you probably don’t want to leave Read More

TunnelBear!

I recently started using TunnelBear for my iPhone, which is a free and easy to use VPN service to secure your shit on your phone. Today I decided to try the desktop version and I like it! Read More

iOS Tip: Redirecting to the app, if it’s installed

A little piece of code, that might come in handy one day. It’s meant for iOS visitors, that want to install your app and it automatically opens the app if it’s installed, or go to the App Store if it’s not. Read More

PayOne test hash

If you use PayOne as a payment provider for your website and you run into a message that says the hash value is incorrect, here’s a little secret. Read More

$(document).ready() != $(window).load()

Here’s a short one:

is not the same as

So choose wisely. Read More

No database diagrams for SQL Azure yet

Problem: I am working with a database hosted on Azure and SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) and I need a database diagram. Answer: I can’t create a database diagram. Turns out it just isn’t there yet. Solution: create a local database and work with that. Read More

Why you shouldn’t use the same password over and over again

It’s simple: not all websites are protected very well. “You’re only as strong as your weakest link.” Say you use any or all of these services: Dropbox, Facebook, iCloud, Google Mail, Twitter and some less popular websites and you have the same account information for all of these. Chances are a hacker will try to Read More

Using source map files to debug SASS in Chrome

Here’s a cool tutorial on how to work with source map files for SASS in Chrome. Using Source Maps to Debug Sass in Chrome And a tip: leave “Auto-reload generated CSS” active. It’ll automatically refresh the styles, without leaving or reloading the page. Pretty nifty. Read More

The biggest adventure of my life

I recently took a 5 week vacation with my family and it was the biggest adventure of my life. Tears were shed, skin was burnt and broken, love was made and relationships strengthened. This blog will hold no information on it, because I don’t know you. If I do, you will have heard about it. Read More

Building loooong forms that don’t timeout at the end

If you build many different websites in your work, you’re bound to stumble upon a project where you have to build a huge form, but have no way of changing the server’s session settings (which is not what you want anyway). So, here’s a little tutorial on how to keep the form from timing out Read More

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