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Pros & Cons of Front-End Frameworks

Pros & Cons of Front-End Frameworks

As developers, we often find ourselves looking for ways to be more efficient. For many of us, this means turning to front-end frameworks. Whether it is robust, full-featured frameworks like Bootstrap or Foundation or more foundational frameworks such as Skeleton or Pure, developers are turning to these tools to get a jumpstart on web projects. […]

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Don’t Judge A Website By Its Cover

Don’t Judge A Website By Its Cover

Front-end Development Best Practices There are too many nice looking websites that are actually extremely ugly on the inside, not to mention they become a code nightmare behind the scenes. I blame this bad trend on marketplace themes and templates. Why? Because they’re not built for you! They’re built to be as customizable as possible […]

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Your code smells from last year, and that’s okay: hindsight is 20/20

Your code smells from last year, and that’s okay: hindsight is 20/20

Always be shipping Like a compelling headline or a purposeful user path, there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a well-written line of code. In digital, we all struggle with “good enough”– for the perfectionist copywriter, designer, or developer, when is something “done” and ready to ship off to production? With time and experience, we all […]

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I Love Vue 2

I Love Vue 2

Over the last few years, Javascript has grown up a bit. Vue.js is a relatively new library for building scalable, interactive experiences for the web. For developers, the way of making interfaces reactive and dynamic was long-winded and, at times, painful. It often felt like there was an unavoidable separation between what you want to […]

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