Modern Web Conference 2014

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We at appendTo recently hosted our inaugural Modern Web Conference. The two-day virtual conference for front-end web enthusiasts focused on the tools and technologies needed to build the modern web. We kicked off the first day with our Web Technologies track that was centered around web languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript other trending frameworks and libraries. On day two, we delved into our Web Developers Workflow track during which we presented tips on which tools help to enhance workflow, increase code quality and let developers concentrate on true innovation without being bogged down by basic setup and ongoing maintenance. Here’s a breakdown of what was discussed during the event: Day 1 The focus of day 1 was on sharpening your skills with the tools of the modern web, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript as well as any helper libraries or...

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