TL;DR I finished a client project, and got paid.
TL;DR Slow down when writing code.
TL;DR Template references let you use and access elements in your template to do cool things.
TL;DR Angular is a frontend JS framework and I went to a conference about it. Expect some short write-ups of some of the things I learned.
TL;DR I started a little business called Very Good Websites & Such. It can be found at verygoodwebsites.io.
TL;DR I moved my blog to GitHub Pages!
For me, making Send To Nowhere was a fun process. I like making things. Send To Nowhere was a dumb and simple enough idea to experiment with some things. I’ll try to write a little bit about why and how I made this app. The entire project is up on GitHub.
I just found out, I think two days ago, that CSS has native variables. I discovered this while looking through some generated code from Zeplin. CSS preprocessors like LESS and Sass give us this ability, and probably do it pretty well. I don’t really know. I haven’t sued them much. For whatever reasons, I like writing plain CSS. So, without further ado, here’s an example of CSS variables:
This is my first post on this blog
Howdy! I'm Sam Warnick. I'm a recent graduate in computer science working as a software developer in Utah. I like LEGO, I my family, and of course programming.