The most basic activity at web developer work is performing tasks. Generally, there is no problem with completing tasks, as long as these tasks do not accumulate a lot. If so, it’s impossible to stop thinking about how many there are and how to deal with them.
Today I wrote about my short adventure with Material.IO. It’s a package from Google to build your website easily. On Material Design website https://material.io/ you can find everything you need to know before you use this package. I heard that from my Boss, so I thought: great new knowledge to collect. I dived in.
A year has passed, and I promised myself that after a year there would be a summary. Since I promised, it is, although I don’t know exactly what should be included in such a programming summary. Greatest achievements in the programming world, plans to reach new programming skills, what has gone well, what has failed? Maybe that’s a good starting point.
For the last two weeks, I have been fighting myself. I was wondering: does the CSS Framework really speed up the writing of the page code? Or is it easier to write CSS code from scratch yourself?
You can also find voices on the web, it’s best to build your own CSS Framework from the most used items. Still not sure about the approach, maybe it all depends on the project, or maybe on the developer preferences?