Knowing about their features and how they can help you will be valuable, so here’s a roundup of the best: Let’s kick off with something really useful.These CSS Guidelines, created by an independent Consultant Front-end Architect from the UK, aren’t for beginners.They are high-level advice and using them will result in better CSS.
The guidelines go over syntax and formatting, commenting, naming conventions, CSS selectors, Specificity, and Architectural.
The author keeps adding to the guidelines so web developers always have the most up-to-date information to go about their work.
For building web applications with Java and Scala, Play Framework is top notch.
It’s extremely developer-friendly as all you need is a browser and text editor.
Hitting refresh shows you your amends immediately and there are built in testing tools.
You’re able to scale Play Framework as it has a stateless web tier and it uses a fully asynchronous model built on top of Akka.
And music to any web developer’s ears: it was built with mobile responsiveness in mind and is able to build apps.
You can trust Play Framework to work as most of the Java libraries can be used in Play, plus the complier and runtime are on JVM, meaning your apps run really fast.
As a web developer, you’ll always come across bugs in your code and new development techniques that you think could apply to existing websites.