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Why I’ve Switched from React to Angular for My Projects

For years, my go-to frontend framework was React, but now I prefer using Angular for my projects. This is why.

22 October 2023

Journaling: Paper or Computer?

I have been an avid journaler for over ten years and I have kept my journals both on paper and on the computer. But what do I prefer?

7 October 2023

The Problem of Having Too Many Technologies to Choose From

There are constantly new technologies coming out on the market. While this might seem like a great thing, there are some darker sides to it that no one seems to talk about.

1 October 2023

New Design for Alex’s Notebook

Alex’s Notebook received a new design today which is based on the WordPress theme for Developer’s Notebook.

23 September 2023

Rerouting All PHP Requests to index.php

A common need for a lot of PHP applications is the ability to have the entire application run through an index.php file, but with clean URLs. This is how you can configure Apache to do so

12 September 2023

2023 Relaunch of Developer’s Notebook

Today, I am happy to announce that Developer’s Notebook is being relaunched with lots of exciting stuff on the way!

27 May 2023

Vue.js: Route-Level Code Splitting with a Page Loader

Vue.js makes it easy to implement router-level code splitting. Page loaders are a great way to indicate that your application is loading.

10 May 2023

Reducing the Number of WordPress Plugins

One of WordPress’s greatest strengths is its positively huge plugin ecosystem. There are plugins for just about everything you can think of out there. At the same time, however, it is also its Achilles’ heel.

2 May 2023

It’s Amazing How Little Work Developers Are Allowed to Get Done

Having been employed as a developer in one form or another for the past couple of decades, I can thoroughly relate to what this blogger has written about how little work actually gets done and why.

18 April 2023

PHP Is Dead: Graphic

PHP is dead… or is it?

11 April 2023

Switching Between Platform: Windows and Mac

Some programmers stick to a single operating system or technology stack, but I like to experiment and try new things out. That means, however, that I often jump back and forth between platforms: particularly between Windows and Mac.

6 April 2023

My Daily Journaling Habit

Ten years ago today, I wrote my very first journal entry. Little did I know at the time that it would become a daily habit that I still practice today.

12 February 2023