Avoiding “Your connection to this site is not private” warnings in Google Chrome 56 Google has announced that with Chrome 56, which is currently scheduled to be released in January 2017, all non-secure pages containing password and credit card input fields will be marked as Not Secure in the URL bar. This warning could have […]
With almost twelve years since the last DOOM release, Bethesda brought nclud into their team to help show off the new game and its features. We couldn’t wait to bring the demons and BFGs to a new generation of video game enthusiasts.
Wingate Hughes is an established architecture firm that has transformed commercial spaces for companies such as 1776, LivingSocial, and Hot Wheels. We worked with their team to represent the charisma their firm valued.
We are proud to have worked with RAINN on their new site and encourage everyone to make a difference in the lives of survivors of sexual violence by volunteering, donating, or simply spreading the word about the cause.
We’re honored to be included twice in the 20th Annual Webby Awards. The Webby Awards are the leading international award honoring excellence on the internet. For 20 years the Webbys have been considered the internet's highest honor.
2015 was a significant year for us. Now that the dust has settled, we're taking a moment to reflect on some of the happenings here at nclud.
In this post, I’ll discuss in detail how the GraphQL schema works in conjunction with WordPress. I’ll be using Sequelize to connect to the WordPress database, so we won’t have to write any MYSQL queries.
The Marine Corps Marathon (MCM) and nclud announced the launch of their newly redesigned website. The new site has been completely rebuilt to make it possible for runners to register for the highly sought after race slots, and to more easily locate critical event information.
This article will discuss the basic setup of the project: setting up a Node server with Express, configuring Webpack with a bunch of goodies, and how the GraphQL server works.
In the following weeks, through a series of articles, I’ll explain how I’m using Node.js and Express on the backend with a GraphQL server hooked up to a MYSQL WordPress database that uses Relay to fetch data and pipe it into React components.