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over 5 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

Snippets in Notepad++ I’m a massive fan of Notepad++, the lightweight Windows based text editor, it has a tiny footprint but packs enough features to make it my go-to Windows text editor. Up until quite recently however, I’d been missing snippets, but not any more. Continue reading → _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ An accessible and validated PHP/jQuery contact […]

Polyglot – A simple clientside i18n library

almost 6 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

Polyglot is a very simple string replacement i18n library I built for a personal project and thought was self contained enough to warrant it’s own repo. It’s very simple to use, and does what it does very quicly indeed. However, … Continue reading →

Polyglot – A simple clientside i18n library

almost 6 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

Polyglot is a very simple string replacement i18n library I built for a personal project and thought was self contained enough to warrant it’s own repo. It’s very simple to use, and does what it does very quicly indeed. However, it is not a full i18n solution, it does not do any kind of: date; […]

Mondrian – Random Color Generation in JavaScript

almost 6 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

A library I wrote for generating random colors in JavaScript, it supports rgba(a), HTML color names, hex and hsl(a). Check it out!

Gutenberg templating library

almost 6 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

I wrote a small (10 lines) and simple templating library that is dependant on ES5 compatibility in the client for a mobile web app I’m building (more on that at a later date!). You can find the source on Github. … Continue reading →

Gutenberg templating library

almost 6 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

I wrote a small (10 lines) and simple templating library that is dependant on ES5 compatibility in the client for a mobile web app I’m building (more on that at a later date!). You can find the source on Github. Along with the usage and testing, as always feel free to contribute!

Mondrian – Random Color Generation in JavaScript

almost 6 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

A library I wrote for generating random colors in JavaScript, it supports rgba(a), HTML color names, hex and hsl(a). Check it out!

Sublime Text 2: 5 Plugins You Really Should Be Using

over 6 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

Sublime Text 2 has become mine, and many other people’s, editor of choice. Bringing features like multiple cursors and Vim bindings to a modern, good looking, lightweight and cross platform editor. It rocks. Especially the plugins. One of the things … Continue reading →

Pretty Gist

over 6 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

We all love Github, but the embedded Gists aren’t great: they’re drab and lack some functionality. Pretty Gist is a jQuery plugin to make prettier and more functional embedded Github Gists. It’s super simple to use, and can easily enhance … Continue reading →

Pretty Gist

over 6 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

We all love Github, but the embedded Gists aren’t great: they’re drab and lack some functionality. Pretty Gist is a jQuery plugin to make prettier and more functional embedded Github Gists. It’s super simple to use, and can easily enhance Gists already embedded on your pages by just dropping it in. In it’s simplest form, […]

jQuery Github Widget

over 6 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

Have you ever wanted to add a slick, clean and simple jQuery powered Github widget to your site? With this one you can get it going in a couple minutes! This Github jQuery plugin displays your user info and most … Continue reading →

jQuery Github Widget

over 6 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

Ever wanted to throw up your Github repos on a site? But want a something that will “just work”? Well this is what you’re looking for. A jQuery powered, lightweight Github widget that displays your user information and most recent repos for the world to see. Using the GitHub widget is super simple, you just […]

Scripts

almost 7 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

Polyglot – A simple clientside i18n library Polyglot is a very simple string replacement i18n library I built for a personal project and thought was self contained enough to warrant it’s own repo. It’s very simple to use, and does what it does very quicly indeed. However, it is not a full i18n solution, it […]

Graphic Elements

almost 7 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

A jQuery powered HTML5 navigation menu I was recently asked to knock-up a semantically simple (but elegant) navigation bar for a new open-source project I’ve become involved with (more on that soon!). Having done so with a reasonable amount of success, I thought I would also share it here for everyone else to use as […]

Sublime Text 2: 5 Plugins You Really Should Be Using

almost 7 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

Sublime Text 2 has become mine, and many other people’s, editor of choice. Bringing features like multiple cursors and Vim bindings to a modern, good looking, lightweight and cross-platform editor. It rocks. Especially the plugins. One of the things that really excites people about the app is the plugin eco-system (and support for Text Mate […]

Demo Page

over 7 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

This is a simple HTML5 and jQuery powered navigation menu. It uses some simple CSS3 for some minor presentational enchancement (like border-radius and text-shadow). The purpose behind it’s creation was to provide a semantic and easily implemented way of creating simple good-looking site navigation. In that spirit, it’s usage is incredibly simple. All you need […]

A jQuery powered HTML5 navigation menu

over 7 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

I was recently asked to knock-up a semantically simple (but elegant) navigation bar for a new open-source project I’ve become involved with (more on that soon!). Having done so with a reasonable amount of success, I thought I would also … Continue reading →

Snippets in Notepad++

over 7 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

I’m a massive fan of Notepad++, the lightweight Windows based text editor, it has a tiny footprint but packs enough features to make it my go-to Windows text editor. Up until quite recently however, I’d been missing snippets, but not … Continue reading →

A set of simple CSS3 buttons

over 7 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

Having searched around for a while, looking for a set of CSS3 ‘buttons’ and not finding anything exactly right for my needs, I decided to create a set from scratch. Being the generous kind of bloke I am, I though … Continue reading →

The Client Questionaire

almost 8 years ago | Joe Pettersson: JoePettersson.com

Getting the most out of that first client meeting is incredibly important. Finding and isolating the core issues quickly can mean a final product that meets and exceeds all of a clients expectations. In this post, I have included a … Continue reading →