diquinnyonk Website developer extraordinaire. Creator of immense shining beauty or chaotic sinful destruction.

A Nottingham Web developer.

I am a Nottingham based web developer. Drupal, Magento, WordPress are some of the tools I work with. Angular, Backbone, VueJS are others. I try to do better as we always can improve.

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Yes I am a Nottingham Web developer, my name is paul mark quinn and I work in this wonderful industry, I make websites and apps and ruddy love it. WordPress, Drupal, Magento are some of the platforms I use amongst an array of others including laravel, codeigniter (yes I know it’s practically dead), Angular, Backbone and VueJs (A wonderful JS framework). I love the frontend methodologies SMACSS, BEM, OCSS as it just makes CSS that much easier to work with when you have some standards. Being based In nottingham as a web developer who tries to learn and learn and learn then I always want to improve so you’ll always find me in a book or reading a tutorial or just trying to create and build something.

If you wanna talk, get in touch. Maybe we can have a tea and discuss something cool

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Nottingham Web developer - Paul Mark Quinn

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Skills

Here are some of the tools and skills I work with, if you need help, then get in touch.

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  • kirby CMS
  • Laravel
  • Codeigniter
  • Angular
  • Backbone
  • jQuery
  • VueJs

Wordpress

Drupal

Magento

Latest Posts of Quinn

Synchronous Asynchronous

So recently I was consulting and someone asked me to explain the difference between these two words. I ended up went with a simple drawing to help get the differences home that I hope you agree help discern the difference between the two:  

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Angular $q.all method

So I have recently been working back within angular. It is like drinking wine with an old friend, you do not forget the good times and toast to the success. I often enjoy using the $q library that comes with angular. (always check out the documentation on the angular site). Well this time round I

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Vuejs – filters

This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series VueJs

This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series VueJsWell we have taken a good few steps in our VueJs series and now it is high time we start looking at custom filters! Now this might have confusion from the previous series post about filtering v-for loops, that is with the filterBy custom property.

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