My name is zexiong, graduated from Sun Yat-sen University. I'm very interested in front-end development and I were self-taught in it about one year ago. There is no doubt that I have a sound theoretical basis and enough practice experience on front-end development. More and more, I am focus on the mobile front-end development in the company.
My personality is little introverted but bright.I like swimming, traveling, running, reading and so on. I have passed the College English test band-6 and always read foreign website like Codrops,which about front-end development.And I am skilled in using git, github and github pages, there are part of my daily life.Click on the button below and you can go to my personal blog
I think the front-end development is a continuous, lifelong learning. The front-end development engineer requiring professional knowledge of multi-domain. Recently I am studying Angular, Jade ,Stylus ,Coffeescript and so on. In the end, I will list the skills which I have mastered below
I'm using the git, github and github pages almost everyday.
I'm familiar with the new features of HTML5.
The new attributes of CSS3 is familiar to me and I have create many CSS3 animations.
I must write some script in each project, and I'm more inclined to use jquery.
Processing images is part of my work and I always using PS to complete it.
The most popular framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web and I using it on my project sometimes.
The most advanced responsive front-end framework and I use it to build my personal website which collecting some front-end development resources.
I like coding with the sublime text 3 which has slick user interface, extraordinary features and amazing performance.
I have passed the CET6 and be "addicted" to read foreign websites and books.
I'm graduated from Sun Yat-sen University in 2014 and been in aimmedia（精准分众传媒） after graduation to date
I have four month probation
The main task of my work is focus on mobile front-end development. I must to develop responsive and mobile first websites all the time. On the other hand, I usually using my space time to study new techniques like github, jekyll, sass, angular.js, foundation5 and so on to improve my personal ability.
Here are some websites or projects that I developed before,click the navigator below to change the category you want to see,and hover or click(on mobile phone) the block below the navigator to see the websites or projects's title and the link button
Here are some of my favorite websites
Jekyll is a simple, blog-aware, static site generator perfect for personal, project, or organization sites. Think of it like a file-based CMS, without all the complexity. Jekyll takes your content, renders Markdown and Liquid templates, and spits out a complete, static website ready to be served by Apache, Nginx or another web server. Jekyll is the engine behind GitHub Pages, which you can use to host sites right from your GitHub repositories
Collection of CSS3 animation.You can drag picture to see the effect, and you can create CSS3 animation by UI control and generate the code
CSSDeck is a cool place for HTML/CSS/JS Devs. You can use CSSDeck to make test cases and share with other people on IRC, forums, StackOverflow, etc. who help you solve your coding problems.If you're creating some cool crazy stuff with the powers of CSS3 and JS you can post it here and we're going to feature it in the gallery helping you get some fame as well as helping others learn about the cutting edge practices and methodologies
Codrops is a web design and development blog that publishes articles and tutorials about the latest web trends, techniques and new possibilities. The team of Codrops is dedicated to provide useful, inspiring and innovative content that is free of charge
GitHub Pages allow you to publish web content to a github.com subdomain named after your username. With Pages, publishing web content becomes as easy as pushing to your GitHub repository