Why I think the upcoming CSS Container queries are GAME CHANGING 🔥🔥
CSS Container queries are coming. This post explains some reasons why container queries could change the way we write CSS.
I made these in my spare time for learning purposes or experimentation.
A NextJS Quotes application with a professional setup and a lot of testingSee the project details
A 100% custom Gatsby website built with modern technologies.See the project details
I have been working as a developer professionally since 2017.
At Deity I have worked on various products so far. I worked on the ReactJS frontend of PushPro, which is a push notifications web application. After working on PushPro for a couple months I was tasked with making the website for the company. Both products are built on top of Deity Falcon, a batteries-included and service-orientated framework for React which I’ve also worked on.
I started out as a frontend developer, but eventually I got more interested in NodeJS and GraphQL, so I learned more about those things and started doing more backend work.
At Webs I made professional websites for businesses primarily in the manufacturing industry, IT and the services sector. Besides building the websites I lead projects and provided technical training for clients.
It was important that the websites I built were of high quality. Thanks to my attention for SEO and the services Webs provided it was common for our clients to show up on the first page of Google, which has direct impact on the performance of their businesses. This also meant paying close attention to performance, load times, responsiveness and cross-browser compatibility.
These are the things I love working with as a web developer.