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Pros and Cons of the Vue.js Framework

Despite being relatively new, the Vue.js framework is growing more and more popular everyday. Just last month it’s been downloaded over 2.4 million times.
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What's a PWA? Brief guide to Progressive Web Applications in 2018

Many say that PWAs will be the new standard in the future world of mobile apps, and they're probably right! With tech giants behind it, Progressive Web Applications became an amazing technology that will soon make native applications obsolete.
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12 companies that have utilized Vue.js in their applications

The popularity of Vue.js is continuously growing at a rapid rate, so now it's a perfect time to take a look at companies and websites which have decided to utilize Vue.js in their applications.
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Tools and Tips for Faster and Easier Frontend Development

In this post, I'll share some tips, tricks, and tools I use every day in frontend development. So buckle-up, and let’s jump into the vast world of the web!
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A definitive guide to responsive text

When thinking RWD most of you picture fluid grids and responsive images, forgetting a quite important piece of the puzzle - the content. *Since content is king* and most probably your content is mostly text, the text is king. Let’s see what we can do to display text properly on vast range of devices.
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Generate icon classes from sprite using SASS

While we mostly use sass for it's variables, nesting and mixins, the language itself is way more powerful. A lot of features may not be used on your everyday site, but there are times when they come in handy. Let's take a look on how one would approach automatic class generation for any grid based sprites and how this could vastly shorten your code.
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Why we used Foundation Framework on naturaily.com

Gentle normalize.css ----------------------- Your usual reset.css leaves you with absolutely nothing - each and every style has to be written by yourself, from scratch. We were looking for a set of rules that would remove browser inconsistencies while preserving some default and desirable styling. Foundation's normalize.css gives you just that.
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