I switch between browser and editor, from editor to terminal and then into the company chat at sporadic times. The amount of those transitions accrue to the point where it’s time to think critically about whether there aren’t easier ways of do it.
I’ve been trying to write this post for almost a year. Flexbox is a really well-supported feature by now. I’ve been using it on almost every site I’ve worked on since December 2013. By far the best way to understand how to use flexbox is to experiment with your layout, your UI components, your own needs.
I’ll keep this brief, there’s a lot of mindless dog-piling on Bower and package managers in general. I get it, it’s an easy target but that doesn’t solve the problem (neither does building another package manager).
We have a problem with graphics editors. There hasn’t really been an intentional application for designing user interfaces in, ever. Adobe keeps trying to make Photoshop for the web and for UI design, and it keeps coming up short for me and probably for a lot of other people. But remember, Photoshop is like 25 years old. And Photoshop is a photo editing software; layout, typography is an afterthought and lot of things you’re looking for are hidden or in layer styles.