We love to improve, and we're pretty obsessed with continually improving our build process. Rob and Ethan explain how we built the templates for Lenovo (Australia) using SMACSS techniques.
We had the privilege of hosting the first Build Right workshops of 2014 at our Dayton headquarters. We loved it and so did our attendees! We’re all polished and ready to bring the love your way. Join us!
Hear Don Livanec's experience transforming a Rails server app into an Ember SPA app.
Writing vanilla CSS can get messy quick. Writing scannable, modular, and maintainable Sass, the same way you'd pack for a hiking trip, can make things a lot simpler.
Working in the command line, when you aren't used to it, can be pretty scary. Dayton Clean Coders attendees worked to get over that fear at last month's meetup.
We had the good fortune to get to rebuild the TypeFight site with the awesome folks there. Jeremy explains how it all came together.
Navigation and accessibility can make or break your site. Accessible navigation, especially on mobile, is tricky. Ryan shares a few reviews using a sweet template from Scott Hurff.
If deployments aren't repeatable, consistent, and regularly practiced, then any confidence in them is probably misplaced. Mike shares his guide to help you understand two deployment automation tools (Mina and Capistrano) in their basic use and how to incorporate custom steps when you need them.
To introduce responsive techniques to Lenovo, the involved teams were numerous, the content fluidity was critical, and the necessity for flexibility was paramount. Drew shares how it all came together.
Be the first to attend the 2014 Build Responsively workshop and our brand new workshop, Frontend Tooling, before all the other cool kids do. Join us at our office in Dayton, OH February 24 and 25. Come for the great workshops and brilliant conversation. Stay for the delicious food and a homemade tequila sour from our favorite local bartender.