Introducing Radish

I've been working on getting comments working for the #blog, but I got a little sidetracked. Anyone who's worked with #HTML knows that you end up doing a lot of stuff over and over again. That's why #frameworks exist. I was skeptical of most of these frameworks for a while, because I didn't consider anything that they offered to be of much use.

Then I started adding comments to the blog.

So, I get it. But I still don't like the mentality of frameworks. It's all closed up, hard to understand how they work, all or nothing, install it with NPM (it's definitely easier that way -_-), blah blah blah. I don't like it. If I'm working with a team, or need to get stuff out quick? Cool, frameworks got me covered. But for my personal stuff?

There's #Radish
Radish - The JavaScript Starter Kit - Github

Just a collection of various small, easy to comprehend, simple functions that take care of the most repetitive stuff that I have to do all the time. Is it very complete? Intuitive? I don't know, but it's a work in progress. And I'd love to hear your suggestions.

#WebDevelopment

Posted 28 Mar 2019 by Brian