Gruntjs: Running “watch” task Waiting…Bus error: 10

So… you’re a fucking muppet when it comes down to node, doing shit in the terminal, gems and so on and you have that ‘Running “watch” task Waiting…Bus error: 10′ error coming up when trying to run grunt watch for the first time. As I don’t have a clue about all this, I’m gonna make […]

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Sublime Text 2 customization: a deserved makeover (for geeks only)

A quick and pointless operation (really) which doesn’t bring much to my development workflow nor revolutionize the way I work, but I thought I would give my Sublime Text 2 a bit of a makeover. Since I am happy about the result, I wanted to share it with you. The makeover consists of a theme […]

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Browser-sync or how to ease your multi-device testing

I gave Shane Osbourne’s browser-synchronising testing tool a go and wasn’t disappointed. I had taken a sneak peek at his css-tricks blogpost and had put his github repo in my to-be-tested list.

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Foundation 5 has landed

I’ve already talked about Foundation in the past. Out of all the big responsive front-end frameworks out there, Foundation is the one I prefer. Most of it comes down to the fact that the Zurb tool went with Sass (and Compass) which I’ve been using for ever, as opposed to Bootstrap which took the Less […]

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Mixture.io review: excelling prototyping

I’ve met quite a few designers/devs who had no idea what mixture was, and since I reckon the prototyping app works like a charm, I thought a blog post on the benefits of the front-end dev tool would be more than necessary.

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