Dan Cobb Web Development And Design

Daniel Cobb

Web Developer and Designer.

Web Design

Bring your vision to life.

A website is more than just being online. I build user friendly and responsive experiences that empower your brand and build your business. With knowledge of industry standards, experience with small to large businesses, and the ability to solve problems creatively and effeciently I have the skillset needed to bring your project to life.

How I Can Help

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Web Design

Custom designs for web, mobile, and application development. From initial planning to high quality compositions I have the experience needed to help create your designs.
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Website Development

Websites small and large, from single pages to full social networking applications I can help you create your next project.
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API Development

Need a custom RESTful API? I have experience building enterprise level API's that can expand your user base.
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Graphic Design

Posters, Ads, Social Media images, I can create it for you and help bring your ideas to your users.
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Repairs

Something broken on your current website or server? Let me take and look and get your website up and running again.
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Updates

Let me handle updating your website and server for you. Take away the headache of trying to troubleshoot updates and software changes yourself.

Recent Projects

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A&I Consult

Custom logo and landing page creation.
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Premier Plumbing

Custom built website and graphic design work.
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Erie Overhead Door

Logo design and custom website creation.
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Let's Get Started.

Contact me today to start planning your next Web Development or Web Design project.

Recent Blog Posts

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Snippets: User Permissions with Bitmask

How to use a Bitmask to store user permissions and validate that users permissions.

Sometimes user permissions can become a complex mess that is hard to manage well in our code. One way to manage those permissions using an integer value is with a bitmask.

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Linux Basics: Zip It Up and Script It

How to compress files and directories in Linux. An over view of scheduling jobs and an introduction to Bash Scripts.

In this entry of our Linux Basics series, we will go over some popular commands for compressing files and directories. We will also talk about scheduling tasks and some basics of writing scripts. By the end of this post, you should be able to start putting some of the skills learned in the first two parts of this series to work.

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Linux Basics: Touching Files and Making Dirs

An introduction to the Linux command line, how to create files and directories, how to remove files, and how to move and copy files and directories.

In this entry of our Linux Basics series, we will begin to uncover some of the file interactions possible through the command line. We'll touch on things like creating, editing, and removing files and directories, and searching files for a specific phrase.

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WebSec: Reflected XSS

In this web security article, we are going to cover Reflected XSS. We'll cover what it is, how it works, and how to prevent it.

A Reflected XSS attack is similar to a Stored XSS attack, but it is not stored and should never end up on the server. This type of attack occurs when improperly sanitized data from HTTP requests are displayed back to the user on a rendered page.

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Leaving Your Developer Comfort Zone

It's simple to stay with the technology you know but expanding out into new technologies will help you become a more competent programmer.

Early on, like a lot of developers, I got comfortable in what I knew best and what I used almost every day, the LAMP stack. It was natural to act like I was in some developer bubble and didn't need to grow away from what I was working with and the tool kit I understood. At some point, my own curiosity convinced me to keep moving forward, keep learning, and move outside of my everyday routine.

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Linux Basics: Welcome to Linux

An introduction to the Linux command line, how to find your way around, read files, and figure out who you are.

If you are getting into building your own websites or applications, eventually you will have to jump into the dark mysterious world of the terminal. Like a ship lost at sea in a storm you probably feel confused and terrified of the unfamiliar interface in front of you. Don't worry, the command line is easy to get the hang of, but can be unforgiving... there is no "trash" folder and most of us learn that the hard way.

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