Using Disqus without any plugins

At TurnGeek we recently had the task to include Disqus (which is great by the way) into our site, so readers of our books can leave comments for each chapter. For a couple of reasons we couldn’t use their Wordpress plugin although the site is running on Wordpress. If you’re running in the same issue or you just don’t want the dependency of another plugin, you can paste the following snippet in your Wordpress posts (by the way, this also works with non WordPress sites):...

October 17, 2015 · 1 min · admin

Proxy Your Requests With Grunt

Probably you’re already using grunt to serve your local frontend code. Everything is fine, but if you’re developing your backend with something different than JavaScript (Being a Java developer I heard that might happen), you will have problems accessing this backend while running grunt server. With grunt-connect-proxy there exists a grunt module to help you out. It basically delegates requests that match a given URL to a different backend of your choice....

March 13, 2015 · 2 min · admin