Westchester’s Stamp of Approval is built on the WordPress platform and features a fully responsive custom theme. It also features a fully customizable menu and two widget areas where users can easily change content using the WordPress CMS.
After a few days of coding and editing I’m proud to announce an updated version of the BHM theme. This time around I’ve focused on creating a theme that is very flexible and familiar, since this is supposed to be a blog after all. There are new navigation and sidebar regions defined which enable users (aka me) to take advantage of WordPress’ editing capabilities. Most of the JS/CSS files have been dusted off as well, and the code calling them has been revised so that the entire site should operate quicker.[continue reading]
Nesto’s Pizza & Deli was built on the WordPress platform and features a custom made theme designed for the company. It features integration of the Yelp Fusion API to display useful reviews and uses the SinglePlatform API to fetch all menu information. This helps the business keep their menu up-to-date and consistent across all mediums.[continue reading]
This release of BakersCalc includes new features for sharing your formulas in different ways as well as bringing some very important information up front to the user.[continue reading]
BakersCalc is a simple yet powerful web application for creating and sharing baking formulas. It can handle a variety of formulas including ones with sourdough starters, and can even accommodate non-yeast based recipes.[continue reading]
I’m proud to finally announce that BakersCalc is officially moving out of beta! There are a lot of new features in this release, including calculating by thickness factor, improved hydration logic, displaying in ounces, and more.[continue reading]
I finally found the time to work on these updates/bugs, and with that I’ve gotten far enough on this project that I felt comfortable “officially” released BakersCalc into the wild (well, at least to reddit). There’s still a bit of work left, but I’m confident that what is up now can hold on it’s own. [continue reading]
Big update! In this version I’ve implemented the ability to define multiple flours, calculate item hydration, starter hydration, and squashed some bugs.[continue reading]
What is BakersCalc, anyways?
I’m glad you asked! BakersCalc is a side project of mine to help with creating, updating, and sharing bread formulas. The beauty behind baker’s percent is everything is relative to your total flour weight, so it doesn’t matter if you want to make 300g of dough or 300kg. All your ingredients will scale accordingly. [continue reading]
What A Save! started as an idea to create a price tracking website that displayed useful information like trending items and prices over time for the game Rocket League.[continue reading]