Clean Slate protocol

The Clean Slate Protocol is a code and design practice that I’ve adopted/created for a few projects lately. It may seem a simple idea, but it was only after watching Iron Man 3 and hearing the quote from Tony Stark in the iconic scene where all his previous Iron Men…
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May Roundup

This is my first monthly roundup at TrulyCode – I’ve got a lot of small tips and bits to compile that aren’t quite worthy of their own posts so here we go 🙂 Proper apostrophes and punctuation Use proper punctuations and linguistic symbols. eg: “”‘’— instead of “””- To use…
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Top Mac Apps for Web Designers And Developers

Here’s the top apps I believe web developers/designers should try at least once, for me, they’re used everyday. Wunderlist Wunderlist is my “To Do” app of choice, allowing me to keep track of the tiniest things to remember, to my largest projects. It syncs across all devices, so my iPhone,…
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What’s in a web designers bag?

Here’s a look at what I carry on mostly a daily basis in my bag to work. From top left, going in a clockwise manner: Firstly, the bag is a “Brenthaven 15″ Collins Slim Brief Case for MacBook Pro” I found this Laptop Bag to have the optimum mix of…
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Best Sublime Text Setup

Sublime Text 3, is, without a doubt the best code editor and package for web development I have used in my 8 years of web experience. Out of the box it’s very powerful and sufficient, however – you know you can always get 110%. Firstly, the huge array of packages/plugins…
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Welcome!

Welcome to Truly Code – I’m Alex – creator of this blog – I am the Head of IT for a group of private companies within South Wales (UK). I oversee Web design/Development as well as PR & Marketing. Truly Code – where front end web design & development shakes…
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