The Battle Royale: Atom vs. Sublime

For most developers, text editors are just as sacred as discussing the proper way to say “gif.” Sublime Text has been the heavy hitter for some time and for good reason. As an avid Sublime user I decided to see where Atom stood since I last looked; the time of early beta stages. What follows is my experience during a period of five days using the Open Source code editor from GitHub told through the perspective of a seasoned Sublime user. Read More →

Atomic Guide

Pattern guides are created in order to gain a perspective of the project’s parts and inner workings. This process helps developers arrive at an educated decision based on the project’s context. By working in this fashion authors can identify possible coding issues and collectively organize these shared principles across an interface. Read More →

Top 5 Educational Demos for Web Developers

Instead of telling everyone about my “Top 10 Favorite CodePen Demos” I’d like to take this time to admire interactive tools that provide great use in our daily work and education. Sure I’m dazzled by the shiny’s, but it’s time to talk about the tools that help us learn and aid in the betterment of authors on the Web. Read More →

Vecteezy Business Icons

SVG power is so cool I cannot even sit still as I say so right this minute. If you’re into vectors then this resource I’m about to share with you should be bookmarked immediately! Read More →

TimelineMax: Getting a Handle on Bézier Tweening

Plugins for GSAP are great when you need advanced capabilities. The BezierPlugin I’ll be explaining in this tutorial helps animate virtually any property (or properties) along a curved bezier path defined as an array of points/values. Before jumping in we should take a moment to learn what a bezier curve is and where it came from. Read More →