Rendering a website can be done in several ways. A common challenge is when to choose which of the types.
Exploring the options before starting a new project can prevent us from refactoring parts of our code or the entire tech stack. It depends on whether it is crucial to get a good ranking in Google. Or if the content should be more interactive, dynamic, and fade smoothly into the user’s view. Or if performance and excellent user experience are more essential for your business goals.
All websites have different needs and having some basic understanding of the rendering on…
There are several options for which length units you can use to determine the size of different CSS properties. Knowing how the various length units work and how to take advantage of them can be a key to generating clean style sheets, great user experiences, and inclusive websites.
A CSS declaration includes a property / value pair. The property value can include an integer or a keyword, a combination of keywords and integers, values with or without a CSS unit.
A length unit determines the size of a property. Most CSS properties accept a set of datatypes containing values and…
Dynamic Single-Page Applications (SPA’s) and server-based applications are probably the most popular ways to create websites today. But also static websites had become very popular in the past years.
Let’s say you need a fast, simple, secure, and cheap website; then a static based site should be your next project.
First of all, let us clear up what the main differences between static and dynamic website are:
A static website is where files are pre-built on the server and fetched once on the client without a server.
The functional programming paradigm is entirely new to me, but it has made me think less traditionally about writing code. I believe that writing [and thinking] in a functional way will make your code more readable; you will eventually have a more consistent language across developers in your team. It will be easier to debug and refactor your code later on. You will probably…