How to do research the smartest way possible
One of the prerequisites for an exceptional developer and knowing how to research what should be researched in the right way, almost everyone neglects this topic that is one of the most inoperative if not the most important.
Programming and the area that evolves, and what you used before to solve a problem or create a website may not work or be outdated for today’s times, for this and other reasons knowing how to research is essential.
The document of knowing how to do research in the right place and always being aware of the new applications that you use the most, it is not uncommon for you because you try to discover and find a solution to a bug in our application only old with old solutions that do not work on the day of today, always keep an eye on the posting data of each solution.
Sites that can help you, these are sites that collect data about the web to provide statistics on the current status of the platform as a whole.
CanIUse is an extremely useful tool for quickly visualizing which front-end technologies are used with which browsers. You’ve probably already seen us include screenshots of the CanIUse support table on our blog
The report is comprehensive on the state of the web, backed by real data and Web Alman from the web. It comprises over 20 chapters covering aspects of page content, user experience, publishing and distribution.
Lists of verified community sites to draw certain conclusions
1. A List Apart
I’ve always scanned responses and see if they are the best, compare them and see who was the one who posted if it’s really a programmer or something else just another random person wanting attention.
The key here is understanding how search systems work and how to make them provide the results you are looking for.
See the date of this post could be a problem with an old solution.
A tip is to optimize searches through the toolbar, and write your search as detailed as possible.
This post is based on some of the many things I’ve been using in my 4+ year history as a developer, feel free to contact me, or leave your questions below. Gratitude