Posts By: chris

Introducing Web Matters

Following the end of World War Two the austerity measures which had been in place throughout the war years remained, causing considerable hardship for the British public. This austerity also caused hardship for British business, partly due to legislative restrictions which were slow to be lifted, and as they found it difficult to get hold… Read more »

Server-side rendering is only half a solution

We live in a fallen world. We are surrounded by faults, some of which we may not notice – others stop us in our tracks. The severity of some faults is dependent on context. For example, a crack in the windscreen of a toy car is unlikely to cause much consternation. A crack in the… Read more »

Announcing inDIVisible, a new JavaScript framework/library

I am super excited to announce my latest Open Sauce JavaScript framework/library: inDIVisible. Let me tell you why it’s the answer to everything, and you should start using it right now. Everyone knows HTML is old-skool. All those elements, bleurgh. Boring names, boring properties. And they aren’t dynamic – they just describe content! Clearly they… Read more »

Technical Credit

There’s a well-known concept in programming that refers to the negative effects poorly-made decisions can have on the quality of software over time: Technical Debt. The Wikipedia article gives some examples of the causes and the consequences of technical debt. This financial analogy is a useful one, as it nicely describes the long-term impact of… Read more »