Your Website should be flexible enough to perfectly fit across all types of mobiles/tablets/laptops or desktops. There are several frameworks which helps you to support responsive design. One of the most widely used among them is Bootstrap which I have also used for this website.
You never know what browser the customer would use to open your website. Especially when your site is on internet. There are several mechanisms which would allow you to write code that would work same on most of the browsers. Still there would be minor differences across them as the browsers implemention of Ecmascript differs.
Awsome and simple editor. The closest you can get to an IDE at such a low size
Ofcourse, there is SVN, Perforce etc. But git takes repository management to another level
The most popular and free IDE that comes with long term support
A very intuitive project management tool. Integrates with git easily
Firefox or chrome : Its always a personal choice. Being a UI developer you need to pick yours
BE in Computer Science from RGPV Bhopal
12th from Kendriya Vidyalaya Jabalpur
10th from Army School Mathura Cantt
This is a small project for my online profile. This would serve as a playground for me to test various code snippets.
I have tried to use minimal libraries and create most of the effects using jquery and css directly
The libraries used in this project are Bootstrap for responsive design, jquery for dom operations, backbone and underscore for generating html markup from raw json data.
First the json data is converted into html markup. This markup is then deployed to the server as Search engines are not able to index the data if it is generated at runtime.