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Debugging JavaScript in the browser

When developing with JavaScript a lot of what you’re building isn’t immediately visible. Most of the processes you write will operate silently under the hood of the browser. Having a tangible grasp on what’s going on in the background is key to understanding what you’re building and the effect your approach is having regardless of how simple or complex the system is.

Modern browsers offer a suite of built-in development tools to inspect what’s going on and we’ll talk about a few common ways to debug the runtime environment of the web browser

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Aspect ratios in CSS

One of the hurdles of responsive web development is presenting content in a way that’s easy to read and digest across all devices from small mobile screens to huge desktop monitors. While text...

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