An assignment in my Intro to Web Design and Development class is to “Find Web resources on web development and design.” Seeing as this is an intro course, I haven’t really accumulated a lot of reliable resources yet. I could google and make a list of links, but I thought I would ask some developers instead. What are your favorite Web resources for Web development?
There are many resources of web development such as:
__ Responsive Web Design:-Responsive web design is the most common One Web approach. The approach uses CSS media queries to modify the presentation of a website based on the size of the device display.
__ Server-Side Adaptive:-We can achieve the server-side adaptive approach in a variety of ways, through server-side plugins and custom user agent detection. Why choose server-side adaptive? It typically offers distinct templates for each devices, enabling more customization, and it keeps device-detection logic on the server, enabling smaller mobile pages that load faster.
Thanks, Harshada, but these look to me to be techniques, not resources. I think my teacher is looking more for answers like http://www.w3.org. As a (print) graphic designer, I use a number of Web resources daily. For instance, I use http://www.qrstuff.com/ to generate QR codes. Sometimes I verify QR codes at http://www.onlinebarcodereader.com/. Sometimes I generate ISBN barcodes for book covers at http://www.tux.org/~milgram/bookland/. I’ve got about 30 more bookmarks to websites that help me accomplish something with graphic design.
But because I’m new to Web development, there are only a few Web resources that I would recommend (w3.org and a few forums). What Web resources do you recommend?
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