Developer’s Toolbox: 6 Techniques every developer needs to know
08 August 2014

Developer’s Toolbox: 6 Techniques every developer needs to know

“Computer is a not a tool but a simulator of tool.”

A web developer is that one person who constantly needs to update himself with the latest tools and technology initially. And later on incorporate those updates in his website for being catchier and more apprising. Today, I am going to share with you my clandestine theory of techniques of web development. After which you will be thoroughly gratified.

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Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

The foremost initial step in constructing a website involves the usage of SEO keywords. With more powerful, constant and reuse of these keywords, will give your website a higher rank in the search engines.

“A website without SEO is like a car with no gas.” (Paul Cookson)

It is relevant to understand the basics of SEO importance in the serach engines for an impactful webpage.


Development in Mobile displays

The essential task of a web developer requires him to be specific and unique and these qualities of a web developer will reflect in his website too. As per statistics, usually the websites are not more fascinating on the mobile display as they are on the display of the PC screen. A developer needs to be simultaneous and innovative for uniquely designing both the facets of the website.

CSS3 allows the developer to use styles for a specific display size only.


Design & Color

“If there's one thing you learn by working on a lot of different Web sites, it's that almost any design idea--no matter how appallingly bad--can be made usable in the right circumstances, with enough effort.” (Steve Krug)

Our eyes are based upon the Z-factor. As in, we read in a fashion of Z-pattern. From left to right, right to left and then again from left to right.  So it’s essential to allow the reader to grasp the information more effortlessly. The information mentioned in any other pattern will result in a chaotic and frustrating condition of the visitor and he will be baffled in the puzzle of your website.

Don’t overwhelm your webpage with too many colors and irrelevant information. Be specific and precise. Be Simple.

Modern browsers support CSS animations. Also include animations. The use of animations will give your visitor a view of more civilized web design.


Developer Tools

A doctor without a first aid kit and a plumber without a plumber tool kit are never seen. This is because these kits are the primal resource of execution of their professional tasks. Similarly, a developer needs a toolbox of developer tools. This developer tool box allows the developer to inspect the webpage along with the analysis of the codes of the web pages.

Developer tool box is a modernized aspect of the traditional Source Code option, but with more functions and options.


Offline Cache

HTML5 allows the web developer to cache some pages that his visitor will be able to visit in the offline condition too. Thus,promoting user friendliness to a greater extent.


Available spaces

Make use of the available spaces you have on your web page. Try to add certain pie charts, bar charts etc to add more approximation to your page. Also, include catchy quotes, phrasesand responsive containers with the help of JavaScript.

But again don’t overwhelm your design. Keep it simple yet more fluent and snappy.

“A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.” (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry)

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