If you haven't noticed, I've started using SVG; scalable vector graphics to display graphics on my site. Why? Resolution Independence. Even though it's not a new technology, what about browsers that don't support it?
I never would have thought that I would use the command line/shell/Terminal as part of my daily workflow. Now, I can't work/live without it.
I generally like "typing," so I didn't mind typing the whole command. But when I discovered aliases, I gained a better appreciation for Here are a few that I use on a daily basis.
In this first roundup, I go over some of the tools that I use for front-end web development. Note that these tools aren't authored by me. You can check out the corresponding links for more info.
I find myself using this site to prototype and test my markup. I don't need to rely on my usual dev computer. I can jump on any computer to code away. Platform agnostic since all you need is a browser.
It's also a good way to get a collection of snippets going for reference. You can check out my collection of snippets hosted by JSFiddle.
Git is an ideal way to manage code for any kind of project. Ever since I've started using git, I've grown less dependent on ftp. It's quite a mental juggle if you're having to think about numerous files that you want to push, upload, overwrite or delete. Why not automate the process and let git keep track and deploy the files for you? Well, let's git going! Lame pun intended.