Style guides and pattern libraries are a great collaboration and communication tool in cross-functional teams. These tools have many names and variations (see styleguides.io), but in this post I’ll just call them style guides. Essentially they break down the user interface into its component parts, and serve as a resource for new designers and developers to locate existing patterns for further use. Decoupling the UI from application data, and splitting the UI into components often results in a more consistent and efficient UI for users.Read post Style Guide Driven Development with React
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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.