Unless you've been living under a rock (or only visit this site via work-related Google Searches, like most people) you've probably heard me drone on here and there about MongoDB Atlas and MongoDB Stitch. I even went so far as
Using ECMAScript functions on the frontend the quick and dirty way.
As you may have already deduced from the occasional glaring holes in my programming knowledge, I haven’t spent as much of my life programming than, well, anybody who haphazardly threw away an 8-year product management career. Apparently, a lot
A crash course in Mongo's undocumented cloud offering.
I've been finding my opinion of MongoDB Atlas and MongoDB Stitch wavering between two extremes lately. Sometimes I find ease of querying a cloud Database securely on the front-end to be a refreshing pleasure. Other times, such as when Mongo
Tackling the breking changes that come with Gulp 4
Back in the day we touched on some of the wonderful upsides of implementing Gulp into your workflow. If you have been following along and happened to install the latest version of Gulp, you may has noticed something horrible happen:
Introduction to building page templates in Node
Writing HTML sucks, thus we should do everything to minimize this aspect of development where possible. Enter Handlebars, a savior to those who hate repetitive code (and percentage signs).
If you do any sort of development work, you're probably familiar
On the off-chance you were wondering how to do this
We here at H+S are dedicated to one simple cause: creating posts about oddly specific programming scenarios. Somewhere in the world as sad soul is looking to programmatically access files from an S3 server while keeping their bucket private.
Automate tasks for production deployment such as compiling your CSS and JS
Alright fine, so maybe the whole obligatory-gulp-tutorial-on-some-coding-blog thing has become a bit cliché at this point. Hate all you want, but I 'll take all the traffic from keywords I can get at this point. Keywords such as Gulp, or
Making apps kind of sucks if you're not interacting with data or APIs. The information age is over... we have all the information now. All of it. We're in a unique place in human history where we've somehow managed to