Every project’s workflow is very important factor in its speed and accuracy; so let’s discuss about the Front End Development workflow. In this we will be covering Editors and Tools, CSS Preprocessor, JS and Task Runners, Team Communication and Git in brief.
In Last article we covered a basic intro to ReactJS and its jargon. Along with that we saw a basic component that was interacting with input element. This week we will see ReactJS complex component structure. A Todo app with ReactJS and Bootstrap CSS will walk you through the multi-component app. This will also set … Continue reading ToDo app with ReactJS
This following snippet will tell the overlap between elements. This snippet uses the native getBoundingClientRect function of the Element object of DOM. And methods are native and supported in all browsers, it will work or all browsers.
Hello friends! Today I am here with a guide to build off-canvas navigation menus for your website. Off canvas menus are handy UI elements if navigation items are fixed in count. It can also be used in the other case of varying navigation items but from the User Experience perspective; it seems a bit confusing … Continue reading Basic guide to create off-canvas navigation menu
Recently I came across a very interesting solution to resize iframes seamlessly in the page. Iframes can be on same domain or cross domain. Its iframe-resizer maintained by David J. Bradshaw.
When it comes to making the Webpages Cross browser compatible; all of the Front Developers’ pain comes up with Internet Explorer(IE) 7 and 8.