However, when web development was in its infancy two decades ago, things were drastically different. Sites had hit counters, used frames for navigation, and were updated manually via FTP. We used the blink tag and scrolling marquees! Let’s take a walk down memory lane (or have a history lesson) and have some laughs cringing at how sites looked, how they were built, and the rudimentary tooling we had to develop them.
Let’s take a walk down memory lane (or have a history lesson) on how sites were built before the modern web.
Everyone involved in building modern web applications
Five Things Audience Members Will Learn
- The differences in layout techniques
- The differences in spacing techniques
- The differences in debugging techniques
- The modern tooling available that enables us to build amazing user interfaces
- (Hopefully) a greater appreciation for the modern web