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stefanfrede/README.md

Hi 👋

I’m Stefan, a front-end developer from Germany.

My focus is on HTML, CSS, Accessibility and Progressive Enhancement.
When I use JavaScript, I like to limit myself to browser APIs whenever possible.

The web has come a long way. Features that used to require libraries or frameworks can now easily be implemented using vanilla JavaScript.

Such an approach keeps the codebase small, avoids bugs, and improves the performance.

I use the Jamstack to build websites, because it provides better performance, higher security as well as easier and cheaper scaling.

Since 2004 I have been working in this business.

My skills and experience include

  • HTML and (S)CSS
  • Responsive Web Design
  • Accessibility and Progressive Enhancement
  • Vanilla JavaScript
  • Web Components, LitElement, and Vue
  • Jest, Mocha, and Chai
  • Redux and Redux-Saga
  • Webpack, Git, and Continuous Integration
  • Docker

How to reach me

Ehrenbergstraße 16a
Scanbox #03611
10245 Berlin
Germany

📞: +49-2051-4057910
📠: +49-2051-3254994
📧: stefan@frede.io
💻: https://www.frede.io/

Pinned

  1. FP playground based on the knowthen counter application.

    JavaScript

  2. Webpack 5 boilerplate.

    JavaScript 2

  3. 11ty, powered by Snowpack with Tailwind CSS and Alpine.js.

    HTML 213 48

  4. Vue.js starter-kit powered by Vite with Vue Router and Tailwind CSS.

    Vue 3

175 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

January 2022

Created 1 commit in 1 repository
Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
stefanfrede/11st-starter-kit 1 merged

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