Server push with Cloudflare

A few days ago I posted about server push and SRI and the fact that they’re currently not compatible.  In this post, I gave a brief synopsis of server push, which I’ll repeat… HTTP/2 is pretty clever, for example allowing one TCP connection to be utilised by multiple concurrent downloads, which means there’s less delay waiting…

Server push and SRI not compatible

SRI, or Sub-Resource Integrity, is a new-ish technology that I’m a big fan of.  It’s something that’s so easy to implement, especially if you’re using a workflow tool such as Gulp, but also so powerful when referencing third party or CDN-hosted libraries, to avoid inadvertent or breaking changes. A few days ago I posted about adding…

Add cache busting hashes with Gulp

I recently restarted my series of blog posts about my new development process with Git and Gulp by talking about how I went about upgrading to Gulp 4. Now that we’ve upgraded, let’s get back to adding new time-saving, website-enhancing functionality. This one is a simple one, cache busting hashes.  If you’re not familiar, this is…

Web ARX Security

I’ve written before about the Web ARX Security plugin for WordPress, which I’m a big fan of.  In fact it’s even better now! Previously it was only available for WordPress, but now you can apply it to any PHP-based website, so it works with Joomla, Drupal and Magento as well. You can also configure the…

Upgrading to Gulp 4

Over a year ago (how time flies!) I was working on a series of blog posts about my new development process with Git and Gulp – the most recent post being about optimising images the easy way. Whilst this most recent post was written a whopping 14 months ago, I did have a lot of other…