The right way to change element style on an event

In this blog post we’ll demonstrate how to correctly change elements style with JavaScript depending on which event we’re listening. As an example we can take the effect of moving the background image inversely in relation to the mouse position, i.e. we’ll listen the mousemove event and by using CSS3 transform we’ll change the element position.

An Introduction to Yeoman

Do you want to speed up your front-end productivity and satisfaction when building a web app? If the answer is yes then Yeoman is a must have for you. This set of tools will help you care only about your code and testing your web app.

Customizer API: Custom Control

In the previous blog post from these mini series, we’ve given a rough explanation about what Customizer API consists of and reasons why to use it. In this blog post we’ll take a deeper insight on controls.

my Internship experience at Slicejack

Two years ago I became increasingly interested in web, web development and WordPress. Recently I have completed my secondary school education for graphics, design and sustainable construction (web design based). During this period I accumulated vast experience with HTML / CSS / PHP / Javascript / Wordpress technologies.

Meet the Slicejack OmniBuilder!

It’s time to introduce something new! A few days ago we pushed our first commit to the Slicejack/OmniBuilder GitHub repository. Something we’ve been updating ever since. So what exactly is OmniBuilder? More importantly, how can we benefit from it? Essentially it’s an open source WordPress library that makes Custom Post Type, Custom Taxonomy and Meta Box registration feel more a lot more natural. Let’s dig a little deeper and find out more.

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3 reasons an open source platform is the right move

During the project planning/development you will most certainly reach the platform selection step in which you will need to decide how the foundations for your project will look like. There are 2 ways you can take and those are a custom or an open source way. In this post I will try to explain why you should consider the open source way no matter if you are a developer or a client.

How to use Vagrant for WordPress Development

Vagrant is essentially wrapper around virtualization software (like VirtualBox) that is used for virtual development enviroment configuration. Using Vagrant commands you can easily run, stop or reboot a development server with any OS distribution you need and with your application running on it. Using Puppet you can modify the virtual server instance by adding various packages (dependencies) to it (like PHP, GIT, MySQL etc.).

Overview: 2nd WordPress Meetup Split

After the first successful WordPress Meetup Split we organized the second WordPress Meetup in Split and this one was a blast as well. Second meetup was held at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture (FESB) where more than 20 WordPress enthusiasts gathered in order to share their experiences and learn something new. Just like last one, this meetup started with few words from the organizer and a small t-shirt giveaway.

Bootstrap with Less workflow

I’ve been working with Bootstrap for quite some time now and I’m ashamed to admit that I started using it’s Less (uncompiled) version only recently. It was the best move I made in my front-end development career since it made the process of developing and maintaining websites a lot faster.