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Less.js is an interesting technology which helps front-end developers to write css in much sophisticated way using functions, variables,etc. Although getting started with this technology is fairly simple, we can only take it to its full potential by having a good resource like this book by Alex Libby.
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A lot of My clients and some of my colleagues have been wondering why I validate my HTML5 Code. To give a clear understanding of the reasons behind HTML5 Code Validation, I have written an article on Medium.com. Here is the Link. As always Feedback highly Appreciated! Tweet This Post
Codepen is amazing website to share and collaburate front end code. I have been experimenting on some of the possiblilities of HTML5 and CSS3 through this medium. Here are couple of examples that I have been working on :- Christmas Tree Experiment See the Pen Digital Christmas Tree by Prashant Sani (@Prashantsani) on CodePen. Gandhiji’s […]
If there could be “One book to rule them all” for novice Web designers, it would be “Above The Fold“. This book goes through every subject/niche of designing websites : from Designing itself to topics like Project Planning; Marketing, SEO, creation of Sitemap, Wireframes, Prototypes,etc. (Illustrative chart on History Of Design) Tweet This Post