The asset pipeline in Ruby on Rails is a very powerful, but somewhat confusing feature. By default, Rails scaffold generates a stylesheet per controller so that your styles were organized according to your application’s domain model. Which is not really Continue
In one of our previous blog posts, we’ve already described Object Oriented Thinking and objects theory. But what if indivisible objects are not enough to have decent organization and structuring? Assembling application together from the huge set of atomic objects Continue
UI Library: Preface UI Library: Writing CSS We’re already familiar with Modules, but they don’t fit when dealing with a site layout. When explaining Modules we’ve learned to think component-based. Now, let’s add one more rule — Grids control width. It means that all Modules should be designed Continue
A while ago we’ve touched an introduction to UI Library approach where you can see an overview of how you can organize & document user interface components and become more productive in Front-end and Design. It does not matter what Continue
2 part — Writing CSS 3 part — Layouts Interfaces nowadays consist of lots of different components, layouts, and sometimes color schemes. From day to day, we add new components, and our code gets more and more complicated. So, we Continue
Is it possible to deliver a child with 9 women in 1 month? Answer is obvious. However we’ve tried to prove an opposite during one of our last experiment.