This post originally published on the Mr Frontend Community Blog! This is the second episode of the “Frontend Workflow” series. In this episode, I will use GulpJS, some plugins and Browser-sync to show you how you can automate your CSS development in your workflow.
HTML & CSS are the basic skills for Frontend Developers. But basic will not always say it is easy to write clean CSS code. So from the things that I’ve learned in all these years as a Frontend Developer, I’ll like to share some tips for writing clean CSS and not spaghetti CSS. 1. Think … Continue reading “5 CSS Tips for Junior Frontend Developers”