Three simple ways to start a local webserver

When you first start out with web development you’re probably opening html files right in your browser. You’re probably using relative urls like  /styles/style.css  and this is working fine for you. Right up until you’re trying to load some files from a remote location and nothing really works anymore. You ask questions Read more…

Mobile-first is a great workflow

One of the first questions a client might ask you when you start talking about his new website site is “Will it be responsive?”. And the answer to that question will more often than not be “Yes, it will”. Especially now that Google will penalize websites that aren’t mobile friendly Read more…

You should start using Browsersync today.

Seriously, you should. Browsersync is a great tool that allows you to sync your browser on multiple screens. This might not sound that impressive, but in reality it is. It’s so impressive that I felt like I needed to make a .gif for you because you otherwise might not get how awesome Browsersync Read more…

Getting started with Gulp

Let’s talk about tools first Lately I’ve noticed that many Front-end developers get caught up in tools. Should they use Less, or Sass? Do they code in Sublime or Atom? Or should they pick up Coda 2? What frameworks should they learn? Is Angular worth their time? Or maybe they Read more…