Recent Work

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Hilton Honors

One of my most favorite projects that I’ve had a chance to work on was the HiltonHonors Cars Rental system. The system is a fully responsive, PHP and JavaScript based web application that was launched late 2012. The screenshots that I have to write this post is from being an actual member and logged on. […]

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Virtual World

Virtual World - feature

Our Enterprise marketing group had come up with an idea of having a presentation tool to use in conferences and meetups. They were thinking of an interface that shows the company projects and installments throughout the globe. An interactive map, that have pins and markers that when clicked, shows more information about that project. They […]

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Jake’s RoadHouse

Jake’s Road House is a restaurant in Monrovia, California. The owner came to me needing to revamp their website. They needed a way to showcase their food, let people know who they are as well as how to get a hold of them. My role was the web designer and developer. The goal was to […]

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From the Blog

Articles that I've written through the years - mostly about web stuff. View All

How to create an Accordion Block using React and WordPress’ Block API

How to create an Accordion Block using React and WordPress’ Block API

I was tasked with creating a custom component for our public website which runs on WordPress. Most commonly known as an “Accordion“, it is a section of a page where you can have a title and an expandable and collapsible directly underneath it. Usually a list of these items are blocked together – forming an […]

Let’s write a simple search component using React and FluentUI

Let’s write a simple search component using React and FluentUI

I’ve been using a lot of FluentUI lately. This is mainly because my work has chosen the Microsoft stack for our intranet portal. FluentUI keeps the look of our apps consistent across the board – so users won’t be able to tell custom code and off the shelf. FluentUI uses React under the hood, so […]

Use sessionStorage for caching data from your backend API

Use sessionStorage for caching data from your backend API

Full stack applications that are decoupled (when the front end is totally detached from the backend) can have a lot of drawbacks. One of those is when communication between the two takes too long. Laggy response times from your backend greatly depreciates the user experience. Nobody likes waiting for stuff to load. And no – […]