June 17, 2021
A website comprises two main components: a front-end and a back-end (along with several more). Though few websites (e.g. NGO’s website) may not have a back-end, it definitely has a front-end.
May 25, 2021
May 20, 2021
Over the years working with web development technologies, I have seen responsiveness, CSS, and browser compatibility testing have become the clear winners of discussions. For someone who is just beginning their journey with web development, “responsiveness” is considered a synonym for web development with every line of code directed towards it.
May 13, 2021
As a front-end developer, there are many times when you say, “What’s that property that takes child elements and applies CSS?” or something on the same thoughts. CSS is endless when you start to learn it.
May 4, 2021
CSS is one of the fundamental pillars in web development and design. While CSS started as something that can change the style of a web page, every CSS specification iteration now brings more to the table, precisely when it comes to cross browser compatibility.
April 26, 2021
The pandemic of 2019-2020 made us all lazy. With no option but to sit at home, 35.82% of us gained weight in that phase, thanks to our laziness. Fortunately, that phase gives us an excellent chance to understand a somewhat similar concept in web development.
April 19, 2021
A user might be operating in front of a mobile screen and a desktop screen, but their expectation changes widely on both devices. A user in front of a mobile device is a little less patient, as they are mostly “on the go” compared to when they are in front of a desktop.
April 2, 2021
Being web developers, we are hardly satisfied by the dimensions of our elements on the web page. What if I could increase that image width to 30px more? Or maybe 20%?
March 16, 2021