It's still early into 2019, and it looks like a promising year for the growth of front-end programming. In this post, I'll list out 5 things I've been reading up on recently and seeing the community talk about.
As technology evolves, expectations when a user visits a website have changed. To keep your users or customers returning to your website, product or service, you have to adapt to the ever growing demand for not just fast-loading websites, but also providing a stable and immersive experience that appears native to the user.
First, let’s get some things out of the way - What is a progressive web app? Wikipedia’s definition is really thorough:
Excellent communication skills are often touted as one of the key components of an effective project manager. This broad statement is vague and can be interpreted in so many different ways that it really doesn’t help differentiate leaders. If I asked you to break this down into behaviours what would you come up? I imagine you would focus heavily on the giving of information through a number of different channels, in a clear and concise way.
I wonder how many of you would mention the receiving of information.
Part site building, part content creation, this should be of interest to both developers and marketers, who are often asked to provide technical input for SEO asks and ideation. Wherein discourse is provided on what we can do as site builders and content creators to provide relevancy to our content, and subsequently better search engine placement.
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