A JavaScript test runner in 20 lines

A few weeks ago I saw this tweet about the world's smallest test library by @snuggsi, which is a great little snippet! Though I see it more as the world's smallest assertion library, so I've decided to do a follow up on my previous post about A JavaScript router ...

Slush - replacing Yeoman with Gulp

When I first came across Grunt I thought it was a great tool, and it certainly was! Until I started to develop and maintain some grunt plugins of my own. Then I felt that the API was not intuitive enough for a smooth development cycle. It got even worse when I began maintain...

A JavaScript router in 20 lines

Last week I found this post about writing a template engine in 20 lines, which in turn is inspired by John Resig's post on the same topic. I find them really simple, interesting and inspiring so I came up with the idea of making a simple client side router in just 20 lin...

It's here, my Ghost blog

For quite awhile now I've been thinking about creating a blog where I could share my thoughts about anything, and particularly coding & development... As I'm really into javascript nowadays I was very glad to see the public launch of Ghost which is the blog platf...