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Polyglot – A simple clientside i18n library

about 4 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 →

Mondrian – Random Color Generation in JavaScript

about 4 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

about 4 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 →

Sublime Text 2: 5 Plugins You Really Should Be Using

over 4 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 4 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 →

jQuery Github Widget

over 4 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 →

A jQuery powered HTML5 navigation menu

almost 6 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++

almost 6 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

almost 6 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

about 6 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 →