Author: nuke

Employees Leave Bosses, Not Companies

All of us have heard this statement at some point, and it turns out to be true. A recent Gallup survey showed that just over 50% of employees who have quit [...]

SCSS: differences between mixins, extends and placeholders

I used LESS a lot. These days I decided to try SCSS and to be honest it's a better choice for CSS pre-processor. It just gives me more functionalities and [...]

What is HTML

First developed by Tim Berners-Lee in 1990, HTML is short for HyperText Markup Language. HTML is used to create electronic documents (called pages) that are [...]

Starting with HTML & Web Design

Getting Started HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the primary building block of creating a website. HTML is a very basic markup language and requires [...]

Getting Started with Command-Line Interfaces

As developers, we have lots of exciting tools at our disposal. For CSS work, we can use preprocessors like Sass and Less to improve our workflow. For [...]

How to Install Node.js

Many powerful open source projects have Node.js as a dependency, so often times you’ll need to set it up on your web server. But what if you wanted to [...]

Why we should stop using Grunt & Gulp

If you're building a modern JavaScript application or website, there's a good chance you've seen the JavaScript Build Tool Landscape. The heavyweights of this [...]

How to Use npm as a Build Tool

Last month I noted my opinions on why we should stop using Grunt, Gulp et al. I suggested we should start using npm instead. npm's scripts directive can do [...]

Configuring Gulp to use LibSass with Susy

I wrote about configuring Grunt to use LibSass with Susy in the last article and feedback has been amazing. There were multiple requests for me to write [...]

Configuring Grunt To Use LibSass With Susy

Every developer I know has been eagerly awaiting to use LibSass in their development process. When Eric announced that Susy is now compatible with LibSass, I [...]