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  • Introduction to CSS Grid

    Introduction to CSS Grid

    Raul Dronca  •  May 25, 2017

    CSS Grid is the most powerful layout system available in CSS. It brings a two-dimensional layout tool to the web, with the ability to place items in rows and columns. The...

  • Intro To Web Components: What They Are & How They Work

    Intro To Web Components: What They Are & How They Work

    Jake Rocheleau  •  April 17, 2017

    Reusable code is the bedrock of modern web design. With every frontend framework and Sass library out there you can find solutions to any problem. But reusable dynamic elements...

  • Introduction to Sass for Beginners

    Introduction to Sass for Beginners

    Raul Dronca  •  April 11, 2017

    Sass stands for Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets. Sass and is basically just an extension to CSS that help us write more flexible styles. It helps us make larger and complicated...

  • A Guide to Search Features for Developers: Writing Content that Google Loves

    A Guide to Search Features for Developers: Writing Content that Google Loves

    Jake Rocheleau  •  February 22, 2017

    Google’s ranking factors are still mostly determined by great content and authoritative websites. But their newest search features let developers spruce up their rankings with...

  • 10 Modern Emerging Web Technologies You Should Know About

    10 Modern Emerging Web Technologies You Should Know About

    Jake Rocheleau  •  December 22, 2016

    Over the past few years many new frontend technologies have leaked onto the market. The web design landscape has shifted radically and it’s now much easier and much more...

  • Which Languages Should I Learn for Web Development?

    Which Languages Should I Learn for Web Development?

    Jake Rocheleau  •  November 10, 2016

    Getting started with web development can be strenuous and confusing. There’s so much to learn and you have so many different options for languages, frameworks, and open source...

  • 7 Things You May Not Know in JavaScript

    7 Things You May Not Know in JavaScript

    Ionică Bizău  •  September 22, 2016

    There is a lot of fun to be had when working in JavaScript. Even for developers that interact with it daily, some parts of the language remain unexplored. I’m going to...

  • Why Designers and Web Developers Must Work Together

    Why Designers and Web Developers Must Work Together

    Carrie Cousins  •  September 9, 2016

    It seems like a common sense idea: Designers and developers must work together. But too often, these individuals work apart while working on the very same project. The designer...

  • JavaScript Unit Testing For Beginners

    JavaScript Unit Testing For Beginners

    Jake Rocheleau  •  July 1, 2016

    Developers should love the security of unit tests. Nobody loves writing unit tests, but the peace of mind they bring can easily be worth the extra work. Unit tests check blocks of...

  • Bootstrap 4 Tutorial: Working with npm, Grunt.js and Sass (Part 2)

    Bootstrap 4 Tutorial: Working with npm, Grunt.js and Sass (Part 2)

    Sam Norton  •  June 22, 2016

    Firstly read the Bootstrap 4 Tutorial: Working with npm, Grunt.js and Sass (Part 1). Bootstrap 4 comes with an official Sass port for the framework. If you are not familiar with...