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Just like in coding there's many methods, there's also many implementations. From NuGet to NPM, to CDN's. A mammoth system using all three can get confusing very quickly. Let's start by the most famous framework out there Bootstrap! Imagine there are different variations of it. The original, the Sass, the older version (just because it … Continue reading Many methods, many implementations.
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If you invest in a little bit more time, you get a whole lot more in return. Take this as my experience. If you take a look closer you will see patterns. Keeping things generic as possible offers flexibility and new ideas. Although time does come at a cost, think of it as a return … Continue reading The point.
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