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The Browser in the Browser (BITB) Attack - Lies, Deceit, and CSS

March 30, 2022

11 minutes

“Beware the Ides of March”, they say; and we should for good reason.On March 15th, a security researcher by the name of mr.d0x published an article about a nearly undetectable phishing attack that most users would quickly overlook as a legitimate…

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Why I Unit Test My Sass - Mixins

January 31, 2022

3 minutes

In my previous post, I discussed why Sass unit testing is a thing and why you may want to incorporate it into your project. If you were shocked to find out that this is something that is done, please let me explain in my first post.Mind blownUnit…

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Why I Unit Test My Sass - Functions

January 10, 2022

8 minutes

Did you know you could unit test your Sass/Scss? No? Me neither.If you were to ask me years ago if there was such thing as unit testing Sass let alone stylesheets, I would tell you that it would probably be manual or automated with some framework…

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My Scrappy Way of Getting Things Done

December 17, 2021

4 minutes

Every year there seems to be a slew of new productivity apps that aim to one-up the next in making you more productive. Every year, there's also a new JavaScript framework that aims to make the world a better place, but that's a topic for another…

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Web Assembly, Automation and Cooking With Noonies Nominee Stanley Lim

November 06, 2021

6 minutes

Opinions expressed are solely my own and do not express the views or opinions of my employer.Hey Hackers! I’m Stanley Lim and I’m a Software Engineer at Snap.First of all, a huge thank you to the HackerNoon community and staff for nominating me for a…

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