Tag: browsersync

HTML0 – A starting point for front-end design

My last post was about front-end design workflow. Since then I got to think that others might benefit from it in a more concrete way. So here it is, I put everything I use to kickstart a new HTML design project. For lack of time and creativity I named it HTML0. Its main parts are Browsersync + Sass, with a couple of Sass helpers I use frequently. Any feedback is welcome :) Fork HTML0 on GitHub.

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A Front-end design workflow (Jul 2016)

It’s been quite a while since I started coding HTML+CSS designs from PSD/Ai/Sketch files. I started using plain CSS files, then Less, started using the awesome CodeKit, then Bash scripts, then Sass, tried Bourbon, tried Neat, learnt Gulp, npm, etc. I wanted to share what works for me today. I mean, CodeKit still works great and I love it, just like Less or plain old CSS. But this config is what really helps me be more productive. Sass The first thing that works great for me is Sass. I certainly don’t use -know even- know half of its features, but just being able to import, use […]

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