Browserify with Sourcemaps

Browserify lets you write modular JavaScript in node.js style. At the beginning of each module you write, the respective dependencies are added using require statements. Then Browserify compiles the modules along with all of the dependencies into an optimized JavaScript file for use in the browser. Continue reading Browserify with Sourcemaps

Git Command Reference

It has been about a year since using Git regularly and I have since forgotten a lot of the commands. This page is a non-exhaustive and growing reference to help me remember them. Note: Do not include the < > brackets around the actual branch names, etc., they are used in the examples below to indicate a place holder. Continue reading Git Command Reference

XAMPP Windows Setup

Documenting my XAMPP for Windows setup for myself and anyone else who finds it useful. For those of you that do not know, XAMPP is a completely free, easy to install Apache distribution containing MySQL, PHP, and Perl. I still have my Virtual Machine for LAMP Development which I will use for test deployments of my localhost LAMP development prior to production deployment. This local XAMPP setup will be better for debugging, working with node modules and grunt tasks for preparing the deployment build. Continue reading XAMPP Windows Setup