If you are reading this, it means you have used JavaScript at least once in your life. This post is for beginners and seniors as well, since even after 3 years of experience (at the time of writing this post) some of the shorthand techniques I found were new to me too.

So let’s get started, and hopefully some of these techniques will help you in better organizing your code, since we all love organized code, don’t we?


The bane of existence for every front-end developer is, needless to say, Internet Explorer.

You spend hours to make it pixel perfect, it looks great in every browser and then you open Internet Explorer.

If you’ve used flex or grid, even with vendor prefixes and fallbacks, there are big chances something like this will happen:


We all know how frustrating and time-consuming it is to solve a hard labyrinth, especially a huge one with many obstacles.

Antonija Dimoska

Frontend Developer at Codeart Network

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