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Josh Adams, our CTO, Carlo Romano, VP of Business Development and myself made the journey out to Las Vegas January 5th to attend the 2015 Consumer Electronic Show. I haven't been out to Vegas since my 20's and really didn't remember much about it...

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The wonderful and handsome Josh Adams asked me to write a post on some recent experimentation I've been doing with the Isotope11 site. Essentially the idea is to have a grid of elements on a page that changes size in relation to the mouse, as the...

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So we've had a pretty decent Continuous Integration setup here at Isotope11 forthe past four years or so. We should have had it for longer, but them's thebreaks. At any rate, some of our most popular blog posts, by a huge margin,have been related...

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Some background. We have a client that needs to use a Wordpress backend with a single-page-app frontend. For the frontend, we are using Ember.js. For the backend, Wordpress is serving more as a CMS than a blog. This means the ember app needs more...

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So today Seth and I rebuilt my vim configuration fromscratch. We spent a lot of time on readability and modularity, so I thought itmight make a good blog post. As always, this is in my dotfilesrepo.

Without further ado, here's the whole documented...

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Righto. It's been a while. Let's get to it:

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We at Isotope11 have done a number of JavaScript-heavy projects, ranging fromBackbone, Ember, Angular, to Dojo. Each project employed its own set ofprocesses for running, building, and/or pre-processing, but has generallyrelied on Grunt (and...

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Holy crap might as well stop pretending these are going to be weekly. Still,here's some awesome stuff:

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This may seem trivial, but over the years of web development, I've been requested more than three times tomake it so that images cannot be saved through the UI of a client's web page. I've seendifferent approaches to this, but I think the most...

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So I built a thing yesterday. I call it RoboFinger. It's a Phoenix webserver that allows control of a robot arm using websockets. It requires a leap motion and a robot arm, but if you use those, you get this:

The code

def event(socket,...
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