April 28, 2016 | Posted by Rachel Gillevet | Webmasters

Foundation 6 Brings Great New Features To The Popular Sass Framework

Foundation 6 Brings Great New Features To The Popular Sass Framework

There’s no denying that frameworks like Bootstrap and Zurb Foundation are immensely popular and great for web development productivity. Both get some flack for being heavy, over-engineered, and giving rise to identikit sites that repeat the same design components on thousands of domains , but the latter is a testament to their popularity with web designers. Read More →

April 26, 2016 | Posted by Rachel Gillevet | Webmasters

Have Front-End Web Development Tools Become Too Complex?

Have Front-End Web Development Tools Become Too Complex?

The first webpage I made was hand-coded HTML and CSS written in a simple text editor. This was back in the early 2000s, and the process was straightforward. I took some designs that I had mocked up in Photoshop, structured them in HTML, and styled them in CSS. I used three tools: a text editor, a web browser, and Photoshop. Read More →

April 25, 2016 | Posted by Rachel Gillevet | Monthly Roundups

April’s Best Web Development, CMS, and Security Content

April’s Best Web Development, CMS, and Security Content

Since our last roundup, we’ve seen the unlikely alliance of Microsoft and Linux, a minor open source emergency after a developer deleted eleven lines of code in a dispute, and another WordPress release. So, all in all, a normal month in the fast moving world of tech. Of course quite a bit more happened, the rest of which you can check out below. So without further ado, enjoy this roundup of the best content from March and April 2016 and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ for the same great content the rest of the year! Read More →