Front-End Developer Handbook 2017

Learn about the practice of front-end development

#5 Product of the DayFebruary 07, 2017
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  • Robert NealFront-End Dev, Co-Founder @NoviceDock
    Pros: 

    Amazing way ( especially for beginners ) to be able to reference everything in Front-End Dev

    Cons: 

    None really maybe it could be more mobile friendly or better ui but its a book so no big deal

    I really like the product and the fact that update it every year. Its definitely my recommendation to start off the new year.

    Robert Neal has used this product for one year.

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Tamás Kocsis@koszkisz · Product Manager, Spacecraft GmbH
thanks for hunting this, some great insights there!
Bogomil Shopov -BogoHunter@bogomep · Products. Experiences. Data. Privacy.
@koszkisz I like the "titles" section :)
Enrique Benitez@bntzio · 🦄 Full-Stack Developer and Maker
@bogomep there's a typo on the subject line, "Llearn". Anyways, thanks for hunting! I'll check it out! ^^
Bogomil Shopov -BogoHunter@bogomep · Products. Experiences. Data. Privacy.
@bntzio оh, thanks! It's fixed!
Bogomil Shopov -BogoHunter@bogomep · Products. Experiences. Data. Privacy.
One more comment - you are free to contribute to it!
David Dias 🌴@thedaviddias1 · Software Engineer - Front-End UX-UI
@bogomep Nice to use the Gitbook platform! Thanks for sharing this and all the work!
Bogomil Shopov -BogoHunter@bogomep · Products. Experiences. Data. Privacy.
An amazing book free and under Creative Commons License showing the best practices and the trends in the front end development for 2017. A must have for any FE developer. There is PDF version as well.
PixelHint@pixelhint · Web Design Tutorial & Quality Freebies
Than you @bogomep for the handbook.
Christopher Becker@christopher_becker · Full-stack Developer
Great list!