Blake Williams

Announcing Constable, an open source Phoenix application

Check out a production ready Elixir/Phoenix application.

How We Replaced React with Phoenix

How we replaced React with server-side rendering without anyone noticing.

Testing Your Style With ESLint and Mocha

Use ESLint and Mocha to generate tests for the style of your codebase.

Start Simple

Ship faster by starting simple.

Setting Up Webpack for React and Hot Module Replacement

Set up Webpack for React and hot module replacement.

Replace CoffeeScript with ES6

Use ES6 on your next project.

From Ember-Rails to Ember CLI

Migrate an Ember application from Ember-Rails to Ember CLI.

Playing with Elixir and Erlang

A quick comparison of Elixir and Erlang and why Elixir should be the next language you try out.

Continuously Becoming More Productive

How I constantly evaluate new tools and re-evaluate old tools.

Testing Ember with Jasmine 2.0

Hacking Ember to test using Jasmine 2.0 instead of QUnit.

Double Click to Edit View in Ember

How to add double click to edit to an Ember textarea using Ember.View.

How I organize my SCSS with Bourbon and Neat

Taking advantage of what SASS provides instead of relying on the asset pipeline.

Developing Gems with TDD and Minitest: Part 3

Part three in developing a simple Ruby gem using TDD and Minitest.

My Vim Setup With a Hint of Workflow

How I use Vim, what plugins I use, and a bit of config here and there.

Developing Gems with TDD and Minitest: Part 2

Part two in developing a simple Ruby gem using TDD and Minitest.

Developing Gems with TDD and Minitest: Part 1

Part one in developing a simple Ruby gem using TDD and Minitest.

Wrapping a jQuery plugin with Ember.js Views

How to wrap a jQuery plugin in Ember using Ember's view lifecycle events.

System Wide Install With rbenv

Getting rbnev installed system wide on your deployment box.

A brief introduction to Backbone

A quick overview of Backbone in covering the basics in CoffeeScript to help you get started.

I Love Percent Syntax and So Should You

Percent syntax is a powerful tool that often gets overlooked. Here's a quick cheatsheet and why it's useful.