Happy new year! Since almost 5 years, I post web development tips, tricks and tutorials on my blog CatsWhoCode.com. Today, here is a "best of" article to discover or rediscover the most useful article I've posted in five years.
As a developer, I really like tools that can help me save time, or just make the whole development process easier. In this article, I have compiled my favorite web tools to simplify front-end web development.
Today, a website must not look good only on a desktop screen, but also on tablets and smartphones. A website is responsive if it is able to adapt to the screen of the client. In this article, I'll show you how to easily make a website responsive in three easy steps.
Bandwidth (the data transfered from your web server to the client browser) is generally limited by hosting providers so, as a website owner, you have to make sure to use as less bandwidth as possible to avoid further problems.
In this article, I have compiled the most useful tips to save as much bandwidth as possible while making your website fast.
In the recent years, we saw both a rise of mobile devices such as the iPhone and wide monitors. Responsive websites are website that can adapt to lots of different screen resolution and always look good. In this article, I have compiled tips and best practices to create responsive websites.
Images are indeed a big part of a website, and as a developer or designer you often have to work with them. Sure, there's desktop applications like Photoshop or Gimp, but there's also a bunch of super useful online tools to store, resize, and modify images online. Here's a round up of the best tools available.
As a developer, I really like to collect and keep a library of useful code snippets that allow me to save a lot of time when building websites or apps. Today, I have compiled a list of the most interesting websites to find useful code snippets.