The default installation of Browsersync now includes many time saving features by default - some of which may have slipped under your radar.
We've moved over to GitHub in 2015 for many reasons, here our developer Aydin shares a few reasons why.
Returning for a second year, JH are HACK24 official clothing sponsor for 2016. We'll be supplying t-shirts for every hacker that attends and some special edition hoodies that can be won as prizes.
We're enthusiastic for web education, hosting lectures and workshops for local students. Now we're getting involved with web courses.
BrowserSync not only made the long list for Open Source Project of the Year, but went one further, reaching the final five nominees and earning a place at the glittering Net Awards ceremony.
Part of our job here at JH is making sure we're doing the best for our clients from a technical and development perspective.
The final outing delivered a diverse range of topics to reveal the state of responsive web design in 2015 and complete a hat-trick of superb conferences.
BrowserSync has been nominated for 'Open Source Project of the Year' at the 2015 Net Awards.
Things have not slowed since our recent 2.0 release - along with keeping on top of small bug fixes and refining the codebase, we have also managed to implement a much-requested feature: HTTPS proxying.
What started as a simple Grunt task capable of auto-reloading browsers and injecting CSS, has now evolved into a indispensable tool used by Designers and Developers all over the world in their quest to offer device-agnostic experiences when building for the Web.