This year, unfortunately, I had only the opportunity to participate in a single session of a colleague. In addition to my three sessions, I took part in the speaker’s panel. As many speakers as possible sit on a stage and talk about interesting aspects of frontend development. The speaker’s panel as well as the session made me think this year.
At the beginning of the session, the presenter showed us sample code — in this case a short HTML snippet — and asked if we could see any mistakes. Well, the following code is a serious error for me:
<div type=”button” (click)=”takePhoto()”><i class=”fa fa-camera fa-2x”></i></div>
Unfortunately this attitude against CSS is popular among many coaches and authors. Again and again I stumble upon articles that see the global impact of CSS as a problem. My point is clear: Learn CSS and deal with architectural concepts like BEM or SMACSS! Then it is clear how to create large pages and also Single Page Applications.
Dear colleagues: get hold of yourself and write better code! Show professional pride!
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