Nowadays, the internet is full of beautiful websites, and it's easy to forget there's something every site shares. At its core, every website is just HTML.
Inspired by the maker movement, I challenged myself to build a simple product related to this idea in a short period of time. While initially aiming for a few hours, I managed to ship it in less than one!
The resulting product is a chrome extension that toggles all the styling a website, so you can see the root HTML components, tables, icons, etc
If you want to try it out, you can install the extension from the Google Webstore. And, even if you don't, remember that it's just HTML :)
Does front-end development as a we know it still exist; or has the role evolved into something we no longer recognise? As with evolution in nature, the evolution of "front-end" has resulted in several distinct flavours --- and in my opinion --- an identity crisis.