This was a short chapter but it was certainly full of important information.
We learned that HTML is markup and not code. We also saw various HTML5 elements in action. This will help us understand which HTML5 elements can be used to markup the content we are provided with.
We also learned how to mark your HTML with ARIA roles to make our sites/apps more accessible for users with assistive technologies.
Finally, we saw all the aforementioned topics implemented in an actual full HTML5 example together with its SCSS. The example was built using the desktop-first approach; this will allow us to methodically transition our mental model to the mobile-first technique.
The next chapter is going to be about demystifying when and how to use the mobile-first and/or desktop-first approaches, and how to work...