Archive of: tools
We talked about underrated skills, skills that are really useful but not often mentioned or which might be slightly outside the sphere of normal web development stuff.
10 July 2019
This week Mark and I talk about how we go about starting a web development projects, from a setup, workflow and coding point of view. We chat about tools, preferred modules and frameworks, some best practices and a few gripes.
18 March 2015
This week Ben and I talk about the times we forget things we thought we already knew, or technologies move on while we're looking the other way, so we have to revisit basic skills. We chat a bit about CSS layout, Git, HTML and other stuff too.
24 January 2015
As it's the start of a new year, Mark and I take a look at how 2014 went, what we learned and achieved, and what we plan to do in 2015 from a web development and freelancing point of view.
14 January 2015
This week Ben and I talk about time management. We talk about how we've managed time in the past, and the virtues of the Pomodoro system.
24 December 2014
After an accidental 'break' last week, this time Mark and I chat about different types of Web Hosting. We cover support levels and also ask whether it's a good idea for a web developer or designer to offer or provide hosting to clients.
18 December 2014
This week Ben and I talk about how best to manage deployment from a local development environment to a live server, particularly for WordPress sites, though the ideas should work with any site or CMS. We discuss how to manage deployment with Git, synchronising WordPress databases, whether using the command line is simpler in many cases and much more besides.
03 November 2014
In this Relative Paths Podcast we discuss why we tend to work with WordPress for web design and development, some favourite plugins and some other CMS's.
20 October 2014
This week we talk about our web development set up and the tools we like to use.
21 September 2014