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What is your current stack and what are your favorite Atom plugins so far? :D
I really hope you're right! I've liked using Coda a few years back and I really hope they're focusing more on debugging tools this time. :D
I also used Atom for a while, but joined the hype during the recent years and switched to VS Code which as you've said it's pretty great. However, I kinda hate that both are memory hungry and after a while, the perf impact is kind of noticeable. Also, Dreamweaver... that's a name I haven't heard in a long time.
Haha! I had no idea, but It's really fun to know. Now "A dashboard focused on user experience" would be a better tagline to consider. :D
I kinda hate it when I'm feeling like I'm missing on new topics.
Even though CSS Grid is definitely not new, it certainly feels so, mostly because I didn't get the chance to check it out in depth.
Up until a couple of weeks ago, I didn't get the chance to explore and learn more and I kinda felt bad about it. Especially considering how much traction and browser support it gained lately.
So I spent some time researching some of the best places where you can learn CSS grid for free and compiled a list for everyone who's not sure where to start.
What do you think? Did I miss anything?
Thank you, Etienne! I'm really glad you like it!
I think you are completely right! One of the main roles of a design system is to allow designers to focus on the user experience and the visual composition of an interface without stressing out on consistency details. :)
Thank you Rhys, this is really great to hear!
Can you please check now? :) Apparently, there was an issue with the images in Firefox.
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