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?
What a web developer do, when nobody watching? I polished the Frontend Quiz application and launching it, then playing with the server in a virtual machine. It wasn’t a week devoted to improving skills, but rather to reminding the skills already acquired. Clearing the bugs caught by Eslint and the fight to run Apache2 on the Ubuntu virtual server.
As announced, this week my focus has been entirely on the CSS Grid properties. The first theory, then practice. Knowing Flex and Grid, I seriously wonder why Bootstrap or Bulma needs it? I wonder so much that I think I’ll put one of these backgrounds in the science plan for 2020.