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Any experienced developer around? Does this post do justice to the concept in question? Let me know your thought. 👇

https://christianheilmann.com/2015/04/08/keeping-it-simple-coding-a-carousel/amp

9/9/2019 4:35:32 AM

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What he says in his post is right however the situation is not as bad as he thinks it is. E.g. I see a lot of people on Sololearn posting nice codes but they are unreadable or unnecessary complicated. Yet more experienced programmers will often use more simple solutions for the same problems. The author of the post solves this carousel pretty simple as well. In frontend many people tend to overuse JavaScript (I've done it too) which is really unreadable and also slow (especially when using additional frameworks). It's cleverer and cleaner to use CSS and JavaScript together with the goal of only using the minimum amount of JavaScript or nothing at all. There are still a few things to complain about in the implementation of the author but overall his concept is quite good.

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Thanks for this Aaron Eberhardt