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Toronto Chief Design Officer @Goldmoney Joined about 4 years ago via an invitation from Cat N.
This is actually a really interesting creative exercise.
Good to know this is happening to others and not just me, at first it was driving me mad, I have the 2016 machine with the 460 (maybe that's important, maybe not). and two thunderbolt displays that are daisy-chained.
But the solution I have found is when I unplug the displays I first have to put the computer to sleep, otherwise, it'll often freeze when I go to open the lid.
Keyboard and mouse are buggy sometimes too, a restart is the only thing that fixes it.
Keep in mind that's not a system font on Windows.
I do have to say there is one valid reason for this: prototyping, as people have mentioned. However, why use web code for a prototype that has no hope of being production ready? May as well build in a different medium.
This is for sure not capable of production use. It would be of far better use for you to learn how to build this by hand. I can assure you it won't take you long to learn, this could be built in 3-4 hours max.
I see you mention you would bring in developers to create a database driven version, This would be very hard to create from a database because instead of just looping out data using JS, PHP etc you would have to loop out data, and then calculate all the position pixels. IMO if a developer saw this they would just create it from scratch again, it would be quicker and less of a headache.
I don't mean to offend. But I strongly believe tools like this shouldn't exist. It's a step backward, not forward.
The generated code here is awful. Absolutely positioned everything. That's not how you build a website.
IMO, these code generator plugins/software really need to focus on something else. It's not possible to generate code for a site of moderate complexity. This plugin is particularly useless as it can't even generate your site, which is about as basic as it can get.
I know you say it "works for you" But I bet it won't work well cross browser. Not good for users. It's impossible to make this site responsive and would be a nightmare to edit or maintain.
More on my profile as well
I have the original 12" MB from 2015. I've tried to work on it, writing code on it is fine, although uncomfortable unless on a desk due to the palm rest size. It's not powerful enough to run design tools properly IMO.
Noticing lots of issues, as well as a load of graphical glitches
CDO in an early stage fintech company.
45-50 hours regular - 60-70 when meeting tight deadlines. Very draining but the companies stage and team size require it so that we can grow.
This is the big problem, even with other engineers (js, back end, etc)
While it's easy to learn and use at a basic level, it's surprisingly hard to use at scale or build very complex components
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