My name is Jeremy
I'm a passionate web developer
I work at NOE interactive
I Love the Web & I enjoy Building Websites
From very simple sites, to social platforms or complex web applications, I enjoy being part of every challenge, and try to add something that makes a difference to it. Over the years I've been involved in a growing number of projects tanks to the fact that I am passionate about what I do.
I Like to Share My Thoughts and Findings Too
Developing for the web is not a straightforward process. I have never been through a project without encountering a new challenge. I post in the resources section some plugins, scripts or concepts that helped me along the way. So if you are a developer, you might find some useful things here and there. For example, you might be interested in these following articles from the blog:
The Watch is a list of curated quality links about web development. I've been maintaining it for a year now so I thought I would share the results with everyone as this will probably be useful to somebody else. I select the links from Twitter mostly based on their usefulness. They contain interesting reads, points of views, helpful scripts, articles, resources... Well plenty of things worth bookmarking when you are interested in web development.Read more
On October 11th 2012, Twitter introduced some major changes in its API following its plans to clean things up deeply. As is explaining the twitterapi account they have for example shut down or limited access to some of their data and resources. So if you've noticed that some Twitter functionalities you are using on your site are not working any more, you may have to check a few things. In this article written on NOE interactive's blog, you'll learn what has concretely changed, and you'll be able to follow a few steps to get your Twitter feeds back.Read more
Ever looked for a straightforward way to integrate you instagram pictures on your website? Without a plugin nor an iframe? Well this article featured on the NOE interactive's blog presents how you can do so with PHP.
It's a neat and simple solution that uses the instagram's API to get a particular users' latest pictures, and then display them in a ul list.
It is accessible to most developers as it is a "personalize, copy and paste" kind of solution. Just two steps are required, configuration, and implementation.
In this article featured on NOE interactive, you'll learn how you can install the solution on your website. There's a complete step by step guide as well as a demonstration. If you wish to download the solution, it's also hosted on Github.