On 9 Jun 2014, 11:02 am, Edson Mahfuz wrote:
On 4 Jun 2014, 12:01 am, Caleb Grove wrote:
As far as #1 and #2 go, it sounds like it’s time to learn inline/inflow/box-in-box construction techniques. Thomas Kimmich has some great screencasts that he has been creating prolifically on the topic, they are probably your second best resource.
you are absolutely right. I have subscribed to thomas’ site and am going through the videos posted at The Lounge.
Thanks Edson for your nice words all over the place.
it is like I had never known anything about FW and web design.
This is neither your mistake nor my benefit. It’s to me fact, that a plan literally makes you the better front-end developer. Web developing requires totally new thinking and processing - no matter what generator you use.
People often complaint daily decrease of productivity. But instead of starting to organize themselves they press for the “Design Un-suck Button (Ernie Simpson”) and MTUI (Mind Transfer User Interface aka “Responsive Helmet”).
Thinking outside the box is what a daily front-end developer needs and not one product on this planet offers the HTML-to-go.
To fill the gap between “Coding evil” and “WYSIWIG” I started “The Coding episodes”. Unfortunately I haven’t had the time to work further on them (I’m doing web just as hobby after the regular job).
The purposes of them are to get number one resource (haha) but mainly to show, that Freeway is EXACTLY doing one thing:
Question like “Is this possible in Freeway” or “can it be used in Freeway” I finally answer with YES (95%), Depends (4.9%) and NO (0.1%) - cause they’re mostly surplus to requirements.
SP towers has to address a couple of things - but this is only possible when the community starts to recognize and finally adopt them. I’d wish to have a couple more Calebs and Ernies (each 52 more should be enough) - and naturally you as soon as you’re back in the www jungle (and you will be - promised).
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