How I Became A Web Developer in 4 Months
- Just like the title says, I was able to land my first web developer position in only 4 months of studying.
- This class was just going over the basics of web development, we never built anything “amazing” just some plain simple websites with a little of styling.
- I didn’t see myself retiring as a warehouse worker anyway, so I let my managers know that I wouldn’t be relocating with them.
- It was actually awkward because when I left my job, I just randomly seen an ad for Front-End Web Development, so I signed up for the free 7-day trial.
- After completing my 7-day trial, I was hooked on web development again.
- So from November 2016 to February 2017, I was able to complete Team Treehouse Front-End Developer Stack.
- Once I completed it, I felt confident enough to start working on some projects and my portfolio.
Repl.It 1.0: IDE that Grows from Playgrounds to Fullstack Apps
- If you want to use files, write to files, split your code into modules, etc., you just do that and behinds the scenes the environment will switch to one where you're interacting with the filesystem.
- You use it to listen on a port, any port you'd like; we'll detect that, host your server/repl on your Repl.it subdomain (forever!) and that's it you're developing/deploying an application.
- We also know that not all applications will grow incrementally so in typical Repl.it one-click-start fashion we've pre-setup a Django, Rails, Express, and Sinatra apps.
- Repl.it serverless apps are unique in that they're stateful and that the same repl, same protocol, same everything, that you use in development is deployed and running in production.
- After getting user-interest @pyelias is starting to explore building a full stack application using Django.
CSS Gradient website for beautiful color flows
- I am always interested in good design topics.
- And if I find some great tools to provide better solutions and easy to use, I share them with you.
- In this case, it doesn't matter whatever you a designer, CTO, manager or a programmer.
- Because all of us can use CSS Gradient website for beautiful color flows.
- There are many great tools for better design.
- And today you can add a new tool to this list - CSS Gradient website for beautiful color flows.
- CSS Gradient is a website and web tool that allows you to get creative with gradients.
- All your custom gradient parameters can be copied to the clipboard as CSS!
- Also, CSS Gradient site provides a bunch of useful design-related content and resources.
- Give CSS Gradient a try.
- And do a good design only!
If you could start over from scratch, how would CSS work?
- And I'm talking about web styling in general, doesn't have to be "cascading stylesheets" or anything like what we currently have.
- The only parts I would change are: - Make CSS cascade more and support nesting style blocks (like S[A/C]SS) - Allow HTML Imports so we can write CSS in a <style> and not forced to use JS - Take a another look at existing properties and reevaluate them.
- I’m curious that you don’t know what I mean with my previous remark, since unpredictability is pretty much a staple of CSS, so much so that it’s spawned jokes like mobile.twitter.com/thomasfuchs/sta....
- Houdini has some good promise to make CSS a lot better and Custom Elements (with more browser support) might make HTML more expressive.
- While I enjoy flexbox and especially grid, but I recently started using Elm and find the approach taken by the style-elements package very insightful.
How to Write CSS That Works in Every Browser, Even the Old Ones – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
- Let me walk you through how exactly to write CSS that works in every browser at the same time, even the old ones.
- By using these techniques, you can start using the latest and greatest CSS today — including CSS Grid — without leaving any of your users behind.
- Along the way, you’ll learn the advanced features of Can I Use, how to do vertical centering in two lines of code, the secrets to mastering Feature Queries, and much more.
- For more videos on CSS Grid, other new CSS, and how to create great layouts on the web, subscribe to Layout Land on YouTube.
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