July 20, 2012 | Chris Coray

Web Tech: Exploring WebGL

In the almost two decades that I have been building sites and programming for the web, I’m not sure if there has ever been a more exciting time to be a part of this rapidly-changing environment than right now. Newer languages like HTML5 and CSS3 have become standard for most browsers, allowing Web Developers and […]

  • Development
  • glge
  • javascript
  • threejs
  • webgl
May 1, 2012 | Chris Coray

Store Form Data with HTML5 localStorage and jQuery

Recently, Chris Rock wrote an article that gave a great summary on the ins and outs of localStorage. If you haven’t read it yet, you probably should as it will give you the basis for the following. This is a very simplistic jQuery function utilizing localStorage that I devised to help meet a specific need […]

  • Development
  • html5
  • jquery
  • localStorage
February 2, 2012 | Chris Coray

Spam, Spam, WordPress, and Spam

We all hate spam. I don’t mean the mystery meat in a can that is a favorite in Hawaii and the subject of parodies from Monty Python and Weird Al Yankovic. I’m talking about the unwanted comments or e-mails brimming with suspicious intent, typically advertising for shady products. First of all, what exactly is spam […]

  • Development
  • Spam
  • wordpress
January 19, 2012 | Chris Coray

My Favorite WordPress Plugins

WordPress is not a new Content Management System (CMS), but it is rapidly gaining in popularity. Originally, this PHP-based system was intended to create a basic content management environment for the ever-increasing pool of internet bloggers. Over the years, a growing number of custom plugins as well as heightened security has made WordPress a more […]

  • Development
  • development
  • plugins
  • wordpress