It was a very simple patch, just removing some code that is no longer needed, but now that ticket #31485 has been committed, I will have contributor props for WordPress 4.2! Update: 4.2 was released today and I am very happy to have played a (small) part in it! Photos or it didn’t happen!
I have just released a new plugin called Debug Bar Tracer. It is meant to work with the Debug Bar plugin that should be a staple of any WordPress developer’s toolkit. The idea behind it is quite simple – I am always printing data out to the browser when developing and it always breaks the […]
So I’ve decided to retire the Action Script section of my website. I don’t really work with Flash all that much anymore and to be honest, I’m getting quite rusty at it. The posts will still be available but I won’t be adding anymore moving forward.
I recently developed a Dreamweaver command to automate a process I hate to do manually – turn French characters into their HTML entities. It’s pretty straight forward, highlight the copy you want to scan, select French Characters under the Commands menu and follow the prompts. To install, unzip the files and drop them into your […]
So, I was one of the many who jumped on the bandwagon and bought a Playbook when they were offering them at a ridiculously reduced price over Christmas. I was never really that interested in getting one but they were cheap and I wanted an e-reader (Playbook comes pre-installed with a Kobo app) so I […]
I just heard that my former employer Les Stroud is going to be doing more episodes of Survivorman – but this time for 10 days instead of 7. If you’re not familiar with Survivorman you should be. It basically invented the Survival TV genre – and no not the reality TV, I can win a car […]
I was writing a post about Events in AS3 and while explaining why in my opinion one approach to passing data is preferable to another I stumbled across the phrase “Set it and forget it” when it comes to programming. I think that this is a great way of describing how I like to write […]
Garbage collection can be a big deal when writing complex programs in Actionscript. Not removing EventListeners is probably one of the biggest sources of AS holding onto memory it doesn’t need. There is a very easy way to allow GC to handle your event listener clean-up for you when creating a new event listener – […]
I have been developing an AS3 library for the video publishing company Castfire on my own for the past little while and recently got in touch with them about continuing the endeavor. I thought it was a shot in the dark but they were more than willing to help out and so here is the […]
I have been working on an update to my Easy Analytics plugin for WordPress and it’s almost ready. It’s a very big change in that I have added the ability to pull page stats and store them in a custom table in the WordPress database. I have attempted to use the Google Analytics API before […]