Be nice. Or else.
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Sorry, this gives me zero insight to you or what you're capable of.
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You should use the right tool for the right job, it's not about what is trendy or cutting edge. In my opinion, the answer of which tool you use pretty much comes down to, it depends.
I wouldn't use bootstrap 3 and jQuery just because nor would I use Angular2 just because. I believe development tools and frameworks should be chosen on a case by case basis.
Am I developing something for IE10 or less? I can't use flexbox, I would have to use something older and supported for those browsers.
Do I need to develop a native phone app that ports to iOS and android? I'm probably reaching for something like react native.
It's not, there are definitely cases where you cannot or should not use flexbox. My argument is that people should not be using older practices and frameworks just because it's what is familiar.
If there is something available with better features that is well supported, you should probably use it.
Definitely interested in this. I feel the same being a designer/front-end dev wanting to jump into back-end.
This, I like.
The amount of load time is painful.
I really like using pinterest as a mood board tool, but also don't like it because it's pinterest.
Yo. You should check this out for building modular type scales. This is my go to.