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Showing Off Their CSS

The Digital Essentials, Part 3
The Digital Essentials, Part 3

Developing a robust digital strategy is both a challenge and an opportunity. Part 3 of the Digital Essentials series explores five of the essential technology-driven experiences customers expect, which you may be missing or not fully utilizing.

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In the past few weeks, I’ve seen no less than five different companies publish an article documenting their internal CSS frameworks; it’s a fascinating pattern.  Getting an inside look at how other people (or companies) are organizing code and what tools they are using is a pretty fantastic way to become a better developer yourself.  Take a look quick look.

  1. Showing Off Their CSSGitHub’s CSS
  2. CSS at Lonely Planet
  3. CodePen’s CSS
  4. CSS at Groupon
  5. CSS at Plataformatec

The benefits of having a defined development process are plenty: streamlining your workflow, code reusability, greatly decreasing the amount of time it takes to ramp-up new developers; the list goes on.
What are some of the things you or your company does to organize the structure of your code?

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I'm a front-end developer working at Perficient Digital, and I'm passionate about HTML, CSS, and grilling chicken.

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