The American Society for Microbiology asked us to use our creative panache to add intrigue and dynamism to their annual conference. We responded by creating a game for the conference attendees: one that would introduce friendly competition, online engagement, and an underlying sense of urgency to the event.
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.
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.
I decided to create a Chrome extension that allows the author of the slide deck to authenticate their credentials with my Meteor application and sync their slide deck to the app.
To encourage the use of open government data to create useful applications for small businesses, developers around the United States recently came together for a National Day of Civic Hacking. nclud participated by sending Ramsay Lanier and me to the Hack For Change event in Washington, D.C.
A mini case study about SVG animation methods, their benefits, downsides, and impact on performance.
Here at nclud, we’re very passionate about our craft. When it comes to emerging technologies, we do all we can to support them. That's why we volunteered to host the first-ever, worldwide Meteor Day in order to celebrate the first release of Meteor.
Scrolljacking is generally a bad thing. And, like most bad things on the internet, it hasn't gone away. Here is a "less bad way" to scroll jack to meet a client's needs.