On this website, I normally only write about solutions I’ve come up with to problems I’ve encountered (pertaining to web development). I recognize that’s not entirely authentic because I can’t solve every problem I come across. Sometimes, I’ll come across an issue where the solution isn’t immediately clear to me. Sometimes, it festers for long […]
I know its cliché to ask it but I’m going to anyways; where did the year go? It feels like just yesterday, I was writing about setting up a Node & MongoDB with Docker Compose.
#2022 #Recap #FullStack #WebDev
I was recently approached by a friend to build an app. Now, I’ve been cornered and pitched far too many half-brained apps in my day but it is refreshing to hear a good pitch. This pitch was for a timer, but not just any timer or stopwatch app that comes preinstalled on your phone. Rather, […]
I’ve been writing on this blog for nearly 9 years and I’ve learned so much since I started. The style and the content have come a long ways and I cringe every time I read old posts thoroughly enjoy seeing how I’ve grown as a developer. I’ve interacted with people that I never would have […]
I know that I just wrote a post about using Svelte Stores with localStorage but very shortly after writing that (and implementing it in my own app 🤦), I came across this blog post from Paul Maneesilasan which explained the benefits of using IndexedDB: So, the primary benefits to using a datastore like indexedDB are: […]
Svelte stores are great for managing state in an application but when combined with modern browser features. they really shine. Let’s take a look at how I implemented localStorage in a recent project with an annotated sample file: $stores/local.js Throughout the rest of the app, the “goalStore” (and therefore, the localStorage object) can be accessed […]
Dear Vagrant, You’ll always hold a special place in my heart but there comes a time when we have to put the past behind us. We grow, change, and you and I aren’t what we used to be. We’ve grown apart and become so different. There is no doubt that someone out there will love […]
If you’ve been following along with any of my recent posts, you’ll likely have noticed that I’ve been working on something. It hasn’t been a secret but I also haven’t advertised it until now. In this post, I’d like to share with you a little bit about that project. If you’d like to see or […]
‘Automating’ comes from the roots ‘auto-‘ meaning ‘self-‘, and ‘mating’, meaning ‘screwing’.
An amateur dives into proxying ecnrypted SSL traffic from apps on Android 11 devices.