This information-packed and hands-on course shows developers and technical leaders how to apply Test-Driven Development (TDD) and refactoring, apply the most popular Open-Source frameworks for TDD and use them within a popular IDE.
Optimising images for your website can be a bit of a black art, but it's well worth doing as the bandwidth savings can be large. It will also make a big difference to the speed at which your site loads.
Ivan Shubin discusses how testing responsive interface designs can be a laborious task. Until now, implementing a stable and maintainable automated solution for cross-browser and cross-device testing of a responsive layout has been nearly impossible.
Since the introduction of CSS3, there are really a lot of hot debates revolve around its possibilities and usability. However, there are also a lot of interesting experiments hand-crafted to explore its potential.
In the late 1990s, long before the advent of annoying flash advertisements, pop-overs, and other irritating web browsing experiences, there was blinking text; no other HTML design element has enjoyed more focused hatred than the ...
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Bower works by fetching and installing packages from all over, taking care of hunting, finding, downloading, and saving the stuff you’re looking for. Bower keeps track of these packages in a manifest file, bower.json. How you use packages is up to you. Bower provides hooks to facilitate using packages in your tools and workflows.
Bower is optimized for the front-end. Bower uses a flat dependency tree, requiring only one version for each package, reducing page load to a minimum.
Learn the Most Important HTML Tags with This Simple Cheat Sheet Lifehacker If you want to format a blog post or edit a web page, it's helpful to know HTML (even if your site platform offers WYSIWYG formatting).
Posting this because I want to talk a bit about the Internet as a research tool. When you are learning HTML and CSS for the first time you can buy reference books to help you, but the amount of free resources on the Web is remarkable. Just use Google to search for "HTML tags" or "CSS cheat sheet" - use your imagination. Bookmark the best resources, and you will have your own reference library at your finger tips.
Even if you just search Wikipedia you'll find so much reference material you may decide not to purchase any books at all...
Some great sites are: w3schools.com, htmlgoodies.com, w3.org
Throughout your design or development career you will be responsible for teaching yourself about new technologies that come out - so get started early learning how to do your own research!
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.