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Pro CSS for High Traffic Websites by Inayaili de León, Antony Kennedy

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Chapter 1. The Value of Process

In this chapter, we aim to focus on how processes in your team and company can help rather than hinder your productivity. Many of these topics are not specific to CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), but to write CSS that is scalable and shared among many teams or websites it is vital to have solid processes and consistency. We willtalk about development methodologies, how to ensure consistent code styles, source control, tools, and naming conventions. Because we aim to give you useful practical examples, we will present an example process at the end of this book.

In this chapter, we will look at:

  • The team and its parts

  • Scaling a business

  • Dealing with loss of staff

  • Consistency of code

  • Tools

  • Version control

  • Backup

  • Prototyping

  • Development ...

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