Fortunately, learning is not limited to only a small minority of people anymore; it is not even limited to visiting a school or a university. The Internet makes it possible for us to distribute knowledge at a small price, and is full of resources to expand everyone’s knowledge on an enormous variety of topics. Continue reading →
Front end web developers hold a great responsibility to craft pixel-perfect layouts that run properly in all web browsers. Over time this has become easier with more advanced browsers and greater development tools. While everyone knows about HTML and CSS, fewer people know about Sass and Haml. Front end development continues to advance with each passing year and it’s the role of the developer to stay on top of these changes. If you’ve felt a little shaky with your front end skills or just want a refresher about some of the newer techniques, this guide is for you. I’ll cover a handful of popular tools and resources that every front end developer should use or at least know about. CSS Preprocessors Perhaps the most well-known CSS preprocessor is Sass, followed closely by Less. These are both libraries of code that parse custom CSS syntax to create more dynamic and modular code. The term “Sass” refers to the technology and the syntax. Sass files can ... Continue reading →
Newbie bloggers all over the world can now enjoy free blogging for building their space in the blogosphere. Big ups to Blogger, Blogspot, Eponym, and other free blogging websites, you can set up...
Summary - The Cincinnati Comic Book Store is please to feature the artistic works of Ms Giovanna Casotto. She is known all over the world as a superb artist, especially in the field of comic books....