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I love writing code, but I hate counting brackets.
Dirk Jesse // highresolution.info — 13.10.2012 # WP Camp Berlin
There's a reason why so many developers are
searching for for visual design & coding tools.
Frontend development is much more than
writing HTML and knowing some CSS tricks.
What are the pros and cons of using a WYSIWYG editor for web page development vs hand coding?
With the exception of just not knowing how to create something by hand coding is there any reasons to use WYSIWYG?
Question on: Stack Overflow
Dreamweaver & Co. used to focus on visual presentation,
but not on the underlaying structure.
Using Photoshop/Fireworks for responsive design is like bringing
a knife to a gunfight
But you're still writing your HTML/CSS in a text editor, right?
If done in the right way, what would be the benefit
of a browser-based workflow for rapid prototyping
and layout creation?
Design, structure & content are closely linked from the beginning. Conceptional weaknesses can be discovered
early during development.
You create your design in its natural environment.
It will look and behave the right way from the beginning.
Building on top of approved CSS frameworks,
allows to work with high-level building blocks.
A browser-based tool for rapid prototyping
and creation of CSS layouts.
Check it out: http://www.thinkintags.com