AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is an open source project initiative which aims to improve the performance of the mobile web. We are currently living in the smartphone age so all the websites should consider this on their design. Because of this, the AMP initiative was born. AMP is thought-out for mobile devices and with it … Continued

The idea of this post is to learn how you can automate your job in the front-end area, because it doesn’t include just to translate a design onto the web, but also how you can save time and work when building your page, e.g. compiling JavaScript and CSS files (SASS, LESS, Stylus, etc) and reloading … Continued

Have you ever think about building an app? It may sound scary to learn platform-specific technologies just to develop one, and maybe you just don’t have time to invest in it. But there is another, much more faster way. Ionic is an HTML5 mobile app development framework targeted at building hybrid mobile apps. Like the … Continued

What is SMACSS? Smacss (Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS) is a style guide that follows five simple categories. SMACSS is a way to examine your design process and to fit those rigid frameworks into a flexible thought process. It is an attempt to document a consistent approach to site development when using CSS. And … Continued

Have you ever thought on having your own website but don’t know how to differentiate from others? One clear need for specialized dentists and doctors in their website, apart from showing their services, is making appointments. The usual thing, is making appointments through a phone call, which involves spending time, a telephone line and, above all, … Continued

In the last animations post we spoke about how to make animations with Javascript, this time we’re going to talk about how to make the same thing using CSS3. Worth mentioning that with CSS3 we are going to write less code, in this case we will use the hover selector and a some CSS3 properties. … Continued

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As front-end developers we usually need to align vertically any type of content, or to define a grid with equal-height columns, to say the least. Before CSS3, these kind of tasks were done in a hacky, unclear way and didn’t always worked well in all situations. Fortunately for us, CSS3 introduced a new feature to … Continued

When building a website, it is intended to be striking, but without sacrificing usability and functionality. To achieve this, different animations or effects can be used to call user attention. However, implementing an animation can be limiting; for example, the wide variety of mobile devices on the market generate the need of implementing  websites for … Continued