To expect the unexpected shows a thoroughly modern intellect.
In fact, there where times in my career where I just kept this little bit of information tucked nicely inside my vest whilst wearing the coat of many other colors.
We can use data packets (JSON) for an entire lifespan of usefulness without needing to be converted to anything else.
Frameworks like Twitter Bootstrap enable fast, easy and responsive web development ‘out of the box’.
Entire careers and eco-systems have been made around building and maintaining libraries like jQuery and it’s many flavors.
And it’s pretty likely that one or many more of these tools together at the same time.
So, here’s to today and the future.
If you’re a web developer and any of the names of these tools are foreign to you, I would strongly encourage a little research and experimenting with them.
Again, I have not even come close to mentioning all the new tools and toys by name or what they do, but you will find all kinds of stuff on your modern journeys.
Be careful out there!
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i think, if i had a domain like '140characters.com',i might throw the world a bone & have an example of 140 characters on the homepage.