Testing And Debugging Responsive Web Design

By Tom Maslen

I used to be a terrible web developer. I thought I was really good at my job but looking back now I can see that while I was fast at completing tasks, the code I produced was unmaintainable. Despite having a very good knowledge of how browsers worked, I regularly produced buggy code. And after years of regularly working in teams I was still very precious about my own work, and I lacked the intellectual humility to accept better ideas.

Fortunately for me, making websites was easy. Web development used to be simple: four browsers, all running on desktop computers, two kinds of input and one static design to build. I could get away with creating unmaintainable, buggy code because it was simple ...

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