Hendra Kurniawan wrote:do you spend more time in front end coding compared to back end coding? we're talking basic web page form design for business application,
And then there's the problem of placing the UI components, the textboxes, labels, grids (oh my god, this is the messiest).
Datagrid is not available in native html.
Hendra Kurniawan wrote:yes, never realized about paragraphing before, sorry.
as for datagrids, what's your choice? or do you create your own datagrid?
William P O'Sullivan wrote:When it came to the front-end because we are a public site, cross-browser compatibility always caused problems.
What may look great on Firefox windows could (and did) totally suck on Safari Mac (9% of our visitors).
Since every potential sale was treated like gold, we had to spend inane amounts of time making sure every pixel aligned correctly.
Give me the back-end anytime (no pun intended) as there are great tools and frameworks available and I know exactly what's in use.
When it comes to the front-end (I don't mind a bit of that either), we have no control over the client to a certain degree.