A lot of the seed projects we use come loaded with everything you need to get an app built quickly. This is a huge time-saver since there's no use in re-inventing the wheel. But, sometimes we sacrifice understanding for speed.
Adding Bootstrap to an app isn't anything earth shattering, but, there are a couple of pieces to make to making sure it works correctly.
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Like many of you, given the mercurial nature of change in JS development, I often find myself using seed projects and hello world guides to understand a new concept. This is all well and good to get one up to speed quickly on a topic, but there are downsides to it. I find that I tend to fall into the jack-of-all-trades but master-of-none syndrome....Read more.
Over the years we've been tasked with participating in some very large and complex enterprise web applications. In that time we've witnessed several attitudes toward code quality which we've categorized into four metaphorical archetypes...Read more.
"How do I keep up with it all? ...and even if I do, how do I know it's not obsolete in 6 months, or in the case of JS, next week?" Read More.