Author: Chris Opstrup

  • Getting started with WordPress block development

    Photo by Mike Hindle on Unsplash WordPress has had its block editor Gutenberg for a while now and most people use it for creating pages and blog posts. But sometimes the core blocks are not enough and you find yourself in need of more advanced features. In this post I will give a basic introduction […]

  • WordPress full site editing: First impression

    Photo by Markus Winkler on Unsplash WordPress recently received an update to the gutenberg editor that allows users to edit their entire website using blocks. While it is currently in beta, this is an exciting update and I wanted to try it out to see what it can offer. The wordpress developer handbook gives the […]

  • Showing a loading spinner delayed with rxjs

    Photo by Samuel Sianipar on Unsplash. Today at work I had to create a loading spinner that was shown with a delay, e.g. if an http requests takes more than xx ms to complete, a spinner should be shown, but if it takes less the spinner should not show. Since this was using angular I decided to use […]

  • A new beginning

    A new beginning

    Photo by Danielle MacInnes on Unsplash. Today I decided that I’m going to write about my experiences as a software developer. At the time of writing, I have been working professionally as a software developer for 11 years. I started working freelance a few years before I got my masters degree in software. I’m thinking of writing about […]