about me
Hello, my name is Maximilian Øystå Lloyd. But you can call me Max. I am a full stack web developer located in Norway. I love designing, programming, writing, thinking and learning.
skills
HTML
CSS/SASS
Javascript
jQuery
Angular
React
Bootstrap
nodeJS
Gulp
Express
Socket.io
some of my work
Enterprise | Streaming | all-in-one | App
Stream Elements
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Javascript | Angular | Express | NodeJS
Notes
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Web development | Utility | Legal
TL;DR License
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Design | Blog | One pager
Traffic class blog
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Game | AI | Responsive
Tic Tac Toe
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Articles
I also ocasionally write articles over on medium. I usually write about things regarding programming. Such as regular expressions, tools and the opinions i have about them. If that sounds like something you would enjoy then you can head over to my medium profile. here is a little snippet for your enjoyment
Regular expressions
hello! in this article i will be giving an introduction to regular expressions. note that regular expressions is quite a big subject and i won’t be able to cover everything in this article but i will cover enough to give you fundemental knowledge in the topic. thus i will provide links to various resources with broad coverage on the topic.
now, what are regular expressions?

expressions, sometimes shortend as regexp or regex. In the most general sense it Is a set of characters that make up a search pattern. They are implemented in almost all serious programming languages and they are a very powerfull tool. At first gaze they might look a little frightning, but if you break it up it isn’t that hard to wrap your mind around it.

Implementing regular expressions

Regular expressions consist of a set of core components. We will look at implementing the most basic ones in the language javascript. An easy way to test these examples is to open the console in the devloper tools in a browser of your choise, i’m using chrome. Another option is to use the node.js environment. you define a regular expression by using two backslashes or by using the regular expression constructor. Though i reccomend the use of backslash defined regular expressions, because the regex constructor requires cumbersome syntax in some cases. Regular expressions have a set of methods, the simplest of which is myRegex.test('a test'). Which is the one we will be using. it returns true when it finds a match and false when it does not. The following is a series of examples, i will explain each of them and cover some fundemental concepts

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