Setting environment variables in Angular using Grunt

I’ve come across an interesting problem recently. While developing an angular app, I needed to switch from a live web service to a local web service during the development. And this got me thinking: “This is the perfect situation where different environments would be incredibly useful”. Instead of manually changing the endpoints of the web […]

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To the future

Since finishing university (the courseworks and exams anyway), I will focus more on my website and blog in the coming weeks. It’s been a year since I last updated my website and that feels like forever! I have been playing around with more technologies in the past few months, including some WebGL, which is just […]

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Updates to Hyperion

Hyperion is my default empty WordPress template I base my project on. It includes standard functions I personally use and all the template files I need. It also includes things like custom post loops and a settings page template (among others). Update list: Cleaned up code, with more comments and structure to be more readable. […]

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Java MVC Framework

This post describes a Java MVC framework I use currently on one of my projects. It is a very basic stripped down version, with no functionality whatsoever. But it is a useful starting point for some projects written in Java and it should save a couple of minutes in the future.

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Reading List #1

I saw this idea on this blog and though it’s a good one, I should do my own. I use Google Reader and Flipboard a lot and every now and again I find some very interesting articles I enjoyed reading. Why not share them? I’ll try to make this a regular thing. Enjoy! The Atlantic […]

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Preview of my upcoming Windows Phone apps

Recently I started working on some new Windows Phone apps. Why? Because there are countless blog’s and articles that I wish to read online and a lot of those websites don’t have a mobile website. Shame really as they have some really good content posted regularly. So I built an awesome RSS reader that can […]

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Tumbleblog

A little WordPress experiment called a tumblelog, a form of microblogging focused on content. There are no categories, no tags, no thumbnails, no archives. I bring all my some social networks together into one single feed and you can see the result below.

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A smarter way to get the post thumbnail

Post thumnails are a new feature introduced in WordPress 2.9 and it lets you assign a representative image to your posts/pages/custom posts. It is very useful in archive pages where you have limited space for each article. But what if you don’t have a featured image for your post? What if you don’t need or […]

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