Web technologist in Auckland, New Zealand.
I enjoy being a Dad, snowboarding and building amazing user experiences on the internet. more
Here are my recently learnt tips for advanced usage of the wonderful Webpack
--hotdoes not do would you would expect.
webpack-dev-serverdo what you'd expect
--hotto do, even without that option.
--lazystops WDS from doing what you'd expect
--hotallows modules (files) to be updated in place, without reloading the webpage.
This is one of my favourite blog posts of all time. It is no longer published, but I found it on the wayback machine (internet archive). I am reposting it here for your enjoyment. I hope the original author doesn't mind.
Originally by By Dan Lee, 9 September 2010.
jQuery for Designers and Themers is a fun interactive session at DrupalCon San francisco on getting started with jQuery. It is targeted at designers and themers but is suitable for anyone with a decent understanding of HTML and CSS — no programming experience is necessary. It doesn't include any PHP, and only basic programming concepts are introduced.
I was extremely pleased with my DrupalCon Paris session on jQuery for Designers and Themers. It was a great success – my best session yet.
I made a couple of references to blog posts and work I've done with jQuery during the session: