Search results for 2014 03 31 paralyzed by choice in front end development

Front-end Driven Applications – A New Approach to Applications

by Cody Lindley

a simple API/back-end service to front-end developers. (See NoBackend.org and hood.ie) An application should be decoupled from the back-end so that nothing is assumed about what type of application is…

Paralyzed by Choice in Front-end Development

by Brian Rinaldi

community but rather how we respond to those behaviors. In this article, I want to discuss some ideas for overcoming the “paradox of choice” in front-end development. Something Changed This…

2014 – What Web Developers Will Need to Know

by Brian Rinaldi

help shed some light on what web developers might need to know for 2014. Specifically, I asked, “Looking into 2014, what do you think will have the most impact on…

How Microservices Saved the Day: Sean McCullough on Explosive Growth at Groupon

by Nathan Collier

…to keep the site running under the massive increase in web traffic. Groupon’s Growing Tech Debt Groupon’s development team did what any development team would do in its situation: whatever…

Using Bootstrap 3 as a Web Development Workflow Tool

by Brian Rinaldi

…easier! For development, I recommend installing straight from Bower (as suggested on getbootstrap.com). If you haven’t started using Bower already, give it a go. It saves a whole heap of…

5 Impeccable Reasons Node.js is Great for Startups

5 Impeccable Reasons Node.js is Great for Startups

by Keval Padia

This makes the developer free of concerns regarding switching between frontend and backend. The end result of this is really massive for any brand. It allows twice as fast speed…

Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – Week of March 24, 2014

by Brian Rinaldi

getting overwhelmed by the constant influx of new front-end tools, libraries and frameworks.Paralyzed by Choice in Front-end Development My walkthrough on creating audio feedback or music using oscillators to generate…

Learning SVG

by Brian Rinaldi

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Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – Week of January 6, 2014

by Brian Rinaldi

2014 – What Web Developers Will Need to Know Prominent developers and authors take a look back at what impacted web development in 2013. 2013 – The Year in Web…

What Agile project management taught me about content development

mm by Claire Podulka

…up possibilities for creating content faster and more flexibly. But those possibilities came with volatility and uncertainty. Most people stuck with what they knew. Software development has faced these same…