Analysis of PSD
Mainly we Know that PSD to HTML Programming Got PSD from client. Some Point to Analyze Design PSD.
- Check Complete Design PSD.
- Which Font is Using Design PSD?
- How many sections are there in Design PSD?
- How many Slider are there in Design PSD?
- Images used in Design PSD, It’s HD Images?(BG Image Size Should be 1920px X 1080px)
Planning Before Coding
You have an idea for an awesome design PSD you’re going to create. And you can’t wait to start coding.
Stop! It’s far better to plan a coding project than rush into it blindly. You can never be too prepared, and you’ll get a better end result.
To plan a coding project, there are several stages you must go through. You should decide what to make, design the end result, plan your code, identify extra things you need to set up, and formulate a schedule.
Begining to code without a clear procedure in mind will often lead to retries, burnouts and a depression loop.
Plan Your Code
So instead of problem solving and programming the parallel way, it’s far easier to figure out the procedure first, then write a solution. List out general steps
- Which framework you are using For PSD To HTML Conversion Like Bootstrap, Foundation or Other.
- Create navigation menu.
- Add .navbar-fixed-top to the menu.
- Create jQuery script to resize menu when user scrolls down for over 200px.
- If the user scrolls to the top, resize the menu once again.
Planning your code in this way will make it much clearer. As a result, you’ll know exactly what code to write.
No Extra Prototypes, Finish Current Project
Tedious coding and debugging can drain someone physically and emotionally. And some of us are inclined to prototype our work even before it is finished. While prototyping is a beneficial behavior in the long run, it doesn’t help when you do it to escape from work.
A better way to lose some steam is to enjoy something totally unrelated to the work, exercising, gaming, reading (perhaps?) — You have to keep your work life in balance. Anything but prototypes.
Use Debugging Tool.
Where there is code, there are bugs. It’s impossible to have a bug-free code solution, so debugging skills are highly sought after. The ancient trial-and-error method may work, but it is slow. Too slow. Plus, why torture yourself when there are already debuggers developed for you?
However, a debugger won’t know your code inside out. When in doubt, put the log function into the code, like console.log for Firebug, and make sure it’s good with variable integration (instead of retyping variable names as string or simply ‘It works!’). The web is filled with more advanced and specific debugging methods for every language.
There Are lot of tools Available in Market that do check Responsive test of your code.
W3C Markup Validation Check
This validator checks the markup validity of Web documents in HTML, XHTML, SMIL, MathML, etc. If you wish to validate specific content such as RSS/Atom feeds or CSS stylesheets, MobileOK content, or to find broken links, there are other validators and tools available. As an alternative you can also try our non-DTD-based validator.
Always Learn Something New
In this field, you can get phased out fairly quickly. Many developmental approaches and programming languages even are declared obsolete within the past 10 years alone. Even if you graduate from a top university with a degree in the subject does not ensure that you are still primed for employment.
The only way to survive and thrive is to keep learning. The best way to learn? Don’t just read, program. Challenge yourself with practical projects that require higher scalability. This forces you to think more efficiently. Explore, and enjoy the creation process. Practice is not something you can ignore in programming. The more you program, the better a programmer you become.