HTML5 format provides web development enthusiasts with opportunities for improvement they have only been dreaming about, even if to consider the situation of only a couple of years ago. We will spare you the list of the advantages that the interactivity of HTML5 format offers for companies and organizations, who rely on good visual storytelling and resultative engagement in their eDetailing. Instead, we are going to talk about the convenience of the HTML libraries – a package of features and templates every professional or professional-to-be web developer should learn how to navigate his/her way through.
Know your juniors
Here’s the thing: having a collection of tried and tested set of HTML libraries or frameworks would empower even the newest programmer to create web experiences, which used to seem quite sophisticated and time-consuming to make (if not completely unfeasible) in the recent past. Even the newest. This hits home in a special way for creative agencies that deal with HTML5 eDetailing, since not many of them can either afford, need for all creative projects or simply find that perfect, know-it-all, flexible, fully developed ingenious programmer. Does this mean agencies should be professionally frustrated, outsource such tasks and consider themselves incompetent and underskilled whenever it would be time to deal with the raw code? How about a concept that an agency can develop eDetailing with only a couple of home-bred junior devs at hand – in-house, always available, ensuring improvement and viability? When headhunting for your junior programmers, do not hesitate to inquire about libraries’ templates usage skills, and immediately enroll those guys into work if they confirm.
Library is devs’ best friend
Moreover, your sought-after universal web programmer knows how to get their job done well and fast, even with the freshly acquired set of skills. He/she doesn’t attempt to reinvent the wheel by writing code from scratch, because, well – (unlike speed and deadlines) – that’s not their priority. To make their learning curve easier, lazy (read: best) aspiring developers use tools – libraries and frameworks full of pre-designed elements and templates. Those are not some high-tech gimmickry, which tend to complicate everything, those are just tools to automate coding process and keep the code consistent across the teams.