Web Development Reading List #131: Git 2.8, CSS Grids And The Key To Good Code
Although it’s April 1st, and people go all crazy making up jokes and spreading hoaxes, I’m sending out this edition to you without any April fools. Instead, I want to challenge you to put more effort, more thoughts into your code.
Instead of blindly following a given path to build the solution with the least effort, what about thinking more about your users? Wouldn’t a lot more users benefit from you spending an additional hour on building a form on your own instead of relying on a third party that involves tracking? Wouldn’t they benefit from a smaller website that doesn’t contain big libraries? Many people and crawling extensions could also benefit from a better document outline. In the end, it’s your product and your work that users see — and I bet you want to be proud of what you’ve just built.
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