A Good Front-End Architecture

Setting up a good front-end architecture is a fundamental step to start developing a web app or a website. Good practices and coding conventions are essential, but what about the structure? How can we conceive a good architecture that is maintainable in time? But most of all, where should we start from?

When I started thinking about the problem, I realized I needed a couple of things:

    I wanted a multi-page project (a web app or website).
    I wanted my project to support different screen sizes and resolutions, in other words: I wanted it to be responsive.
    I wanted the final product to be maintainable.
    I wanted the final product to be performant.
    I wanted to reuse the same template for any future project.


fixed header to your website

Adding a fixed header to your website ?

Before you get that header fixed, here are a few scenarios that will help you decide whether this feature is right for your site. You may want a fixed header if:
  •     Your website pages are relatively long and require a decent amount of scrolling in order to view all the content.
  •     You have several pages, and your ultimate goal is to encourage the website visitors to view them all.
  •     Your website represents a company,an organization or a brand, and you want to strengthen the branding by constantly displaying your logo at the top of users’ screens.
  •     Your header design can stylistically complement any part of the page
(it’s important that a fixed header looks good and feels natural even as your visitors scroll further and further down).

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D5300 Overview Training Tutorial

Tony Northrup


0:47 - Buttons, dials, doors, memory cards, & physical controls
1:52 - Taking your first picture
2:30 - Using Live View
3:24 - Using the kit lenses, manual focusing, and VR
7:09 - Recording video
8:13 - Reviewing and deleting photos
9:34 - Setting up your camera
11:18 - Choosing a camera mode
15:53 - Auto exposure and exposure compensation
17:21 - Flash exposure compensation
20:00 - ISO/camera sensitivity
21:10 - Shutter modes
23:55 - Focus modes
25:22 - Shooting RAW
26:32 - Bracketing
27:03 - Using the histogram
28:10 - Precise focusing
29:17 - Using the intervalometer/shutter timer
30:36 - Locking the mirror for sensor cleaning
31:11 - My recommended D5300 settings

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