Archive for the CSS category
CSS linting has been gaining traction lately. I’ve used CSSLint the last years in some of my projects. Then, a while ago I found out about stylelint and realised it’s the best tool for the job, together with PostCSS. Stylelint is a really good mistake-preventing machine as it helps you enforce consistent conventions.Read post Enforce stylesheet conventions with Stylelint
I’m always trying to find new ways of making the front-end development workflow easier, faster, more structured, and more maintainable. As the web environment is becoming more complex, we need to embrace the tools and use them to help us create a good architecture that allows us to concentrate on the task at hand.
Everyone has his or her own coding style and preferred ways of working. The web evolves rapidly so changing our mindsets and constantly adapting to new ways of thinking and working is a must for front-end developers.
Every couple of years or so I realign this site. As the site was already Responsive and Mobile First after the previous design in 2011, this time around I wanted to change mostly the typography for cleaner and simpler look and feel, and make performance enhancements. A lot of things have changed below the surface as well.Read post New Responsive Realign for akikoo.org