Archive for the ‘front-end’ Category

Front-End Tooling Trends for 2017

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Do you have more than two years' development experience? Are your advanced CSS skills aided with Sass and Autoprefixer? Is your JavaScript knowledge reasonable and you're happy using Gulp, npm, and jQuery? If so, you're a typical developer, according ...

Front-end Tools: My Favorite Finds of 2016

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Another year has passed and, as we all expected, the Web Platform is continuing to explode with innovation, irritation, fatigue, and a huge influx of new tools and technologies that promise to make our lives as developers easier. As usual, we’ve seen...

Look, Ma! No NodeJS! – a PHP front end workflow without Node

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If you’re intimidated, exhausted or irritated by Gulp, Grunt, NPM, Yeoman, and all the other NodeJS tools that aim to help but often do the opposite, a good asset management workflow is possible in PHP, and this tutorial aims to prove it. In this art...