Anastasios Arvanitis

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I am a junior front end web developer looking for a beginner's position or a work-study apprenticeship.

I have a particular taste for the image quality of a site and for its practical and aesthetic aspects.
I am hardworking and passionate. The diversity of my professional experiences is a support for my imagination and for the creation of a website in the best way.

I master HTML, CSS and jQUERY and I practice PHP and mySQL. Preparing for my new coding school, I experimented with many web development techniques.

I am looking for a first professional experience in the field of web development with a great desire to learn.

Curriculum Vitae

FORMATION

2020

Web developer - CNAM, level RNCP V (Bac+2) apprenticeship

Data bases - PostgreSQL

Web architecture - Linux, Apache, mySQL

2017

CAP Cook Saint Nazaire

2000

Computer network technician, Grèce

1997

Baccalaureate, Greece

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

January 2020

Stage front-end web developer KOALAD, Saint-Nazaire

HTML5

CSS3

jQuery

WordPress

2016 - 2019

Cook, chef de partie in several restaurants in Saint Nazaire and in the region

2005 - 2015

Beekeeper, farmer seller-producer on the markets in Patras, (Péloponnèse, Greece)

2004 - 2005

Front-end web developer freelance.

2002 - 2004

Front-end web developer at SatSpeed Patras, Grèce.

HTML

CSS

Photoshop

2000 - 2002

Front-end web developer at W3 Patras, Grèce.

HTML

CSS

Photoshop

1997 - 1999

Worker in construction.

SKILLS

HTML5

CSS

javaScript

jQuery

PHP

mySql

atom

brackets

Visual Studio

PhotoShop

wordpress

phpMyAdmin

TRILINGUAL

TRILINGUE

OTHER ACTIVITES

AUTRES ACTIVITES

PORTFOLIO

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7 most popular jQuery plugins/libraries for Website Development in 2019

7 most popular jQuery plugins

The web designing sector is becoming larger and more efficient. With the advent of new elements and technologies, the service providers are now capable of delivering the best websites to the business owners and other clients in no time. Moreover, the designs have also become more versatile by using the specific plugins developed by the community. JQuery was developed by John Resig in the year 2006. It took a brilliant turn when JQuery become a lot popular in the web development community. The developers use jQuery Plugins development software to come up with a customized plugin version. Read more...

1. Muuri, Responsive, sortable, filterable and draggable grid layouts.
Developed by Niklas Ramo, Muuri is one of the best known jQuery plugins used by the developer community. This plugin is at the top of the list because it is very convenient to use and make the website smoother. The user interface of the website becomes a lot more convenient for the users too. The grid allows you to position various items of the website in a hassle-free way. The assorted sizes of the grid items will not be a constraint in designing the website. The flexibility of this plugin makes the website more responsive and fit for all screens.
2. Clusterize. Tiny plugin to display large data sets easily
Clusterize is a brilliant jQuery plugin that can easily handle a huge amount of data on the screen without cluttering the surface of the webpage interface. It was developed by Denis Lukov in such a way that a single table can easily display a set of data containing 500,000 entries in a row easily. This is one of the smoothest scrolling interfaces in a tabular format that aids the developers to display a big pile of data without any hassle. The modern website needs for businesses can be easily met with this excellent plugin. Clusterize is one of the best prototypes a jQuery Plugins development company seeks to prepare its own customized plugin for a client. 3. AnchorScroll
A lightweight, easy-to-use jQuery plugin for smooth scrolling to anchor targets and adding classes/callbacks to elements on scroll events. AnchorScroll is an ultra-smooth interface with an aesthetic effect of scrolling will automatically retain the visitors for a longer span of time. It offers the best bet for preparing a lightweight web interface for your website development venture. The comfort of smooth scrolling added to a website will automatically increase viewer retention. AnchorScroll is also a great plugin to offer a responsive design to the web pages of your site.
4. Timeline. Easy-to-make, beautiful timelines.
Timeline is a typical plugin popularly used to prepare a website with a chronological essence. When you have to display a set of chronological points, none other than Timeline can be the best option for you. This plugin interface comes with impeccable features you can use for functional and visual customization of the website interface. Add a carousel element to your new website development for a new twist to stay ahead of the curve with Timeline. CNN, Time, Mashable are the popular website that uses this plugin.
5. Focuspoint. A beautiful library which deals with the problem of ugly cropped images.
The web design these days should be fabricated after giving a good thought as the users are now using different types of devices with a variety of screen resolutions. This is where the website should appear in a perfect shape where the elements on the web page should align properly to give an aesthetic platform for the visitor. Focuspoint is one such way to avail and provide custom jQuery Plugins development services to the clients. Using this plugin will create an apt web page interface for the users to navigate in any device without any hassle. The main motive behind using this plugin is to preserve focal points of the elements used in the layout whenever there is a distortion in the screen resolution.
6. Cropper. A simple jQuery image cropping plugin.
Cropper is considered to be the most efficient jQuery plugin to input images to your website design. The plugin comes with a huge set of functions that a web developer can easily use to manipulate images and modify them as per the website requirement. Cropper is favoured by the website developers worldwide because it offers an extremely flexible website interface that opens in any smart device screen without any unwanted distortions. You will also discover excellent flexibilities to alter image data so as to make it fit into the new website concepts. This is the ultimate plugin used by the jQuery Plugins company for a perfect mobile-responsive website development service. The web development agencies often seek professional assistance from jQuery Plugins development companies to fabricate a plugin depending on the necessity.
7. Shepherd. Guide your users through a tour of your app. Shepherd is a typical jQuery plugin that a web developer uses to create a perfect on-boarding experience for new users. This plugin is specifically useful when a user is introduced to a new e-commerce platform. The on-boarding experience will tell the new user what he has to do to register or shop step by step. The name behind this unique plugin is HubSpot. This particular plugin is fabricated for online shop portals specifically to create an introduction platform for the new users. The necessity of an on-boarding experience is necessary because the websites and online shops are becoming more complex every day. A small orientation is necessary to create a splendid user experience later. Shepherd is the ultimate plugin for this purpose that a business website offering products can use.
This great article is contributed by Manan Ghadawala. He is the founder of 21Twelve Interactive which is one of the best mobile app development company in India and the USA. He is an idealistic leader with a lively management style and thrives raising the company’s growth with his talents. He is an astounding business professional with astonishing knowledge and applies artful tactics to reach those imaginary skies for his clients.

Brexit: What happens now?

Brexit: What happens now?

The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020 and has now entered an 11-month transition period. During this period the UK effectively remains in the EU's customs union and single market and continues to obey EU rules. However, it is no longer part of the political institutions. So, for example, there are no longer any British MEPs in the European Parliament. Read more...

Future trade deal. The first priority will be to negotiate a trade deal with the EU. The UK wants as much access as possible for its goods and services to the EU. But the government has made clear that the UK must leave the customs union and single market and end the overall jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice. Time is short. The EU could take weeks to agree a formal negotiating mandate - all the remaining 27 member states and the European Parliament have to be in agreement. That means formal talks might only begin in March. The government has ruled out any form of extension to the transition period. If no trade deal has been agreed and ratified by the end of the year, then the UK faces the prospect of tariffs on exports to the EU. The prime minister has argued that as the UK is completely aligned to EU rules, the negotiation should be straightforward. But critics have pointed out that the UK wishes to have the freedom to diverge from EU rules so it can do deals with other countries - and that will make negotiations more difficult. It's not just a trade deal that needs to be sorted out. The UK must agree how it is going to co-operate with the EU on security and law enforcement. The UK is set to leave the European Arrest Warrant scheme and will have to agree a replacement. It must also agree deals in a number of other areas where co-operation is needed.

Google Maps : Un nouveau logo et de nouvelles options pour les 15 ans de l’appli.

Google Maps : Un nouveau logo et de nouvelles options pour les 15 ans de l’appli.

Pour fêter les 15 ans de Google Maps, une nouvelle version de l’application de navigation a été déployée sur iOS et Android ce jeudi. Avec un nouveau logo et de nouvelles fonctionnalités, la mise à jour apporte quelques beaux changements en profondeur Read more...

Sur l’application « relookée », ce qui saute tout de suite aux yeux de l’utilisateur est évidemment le nouveau logo, plus épuré. Google Maps est désormais représenté par le symbole repère de l’application, aux couleurs de la firme. Un nouveau logo et cinq nouveaux onglets. Outre ce changement esthétique, Google a ajouté cinq nouveaux onglets dans son application GPS. L’onglet « Trajets » propose à l’utilisateur d’étudier la possibilité d’un trajet multimodal. L’onglet « Découvrir » permet d’obtenir des informations et des avis sur les lieux proches de l’endroit où on se trouve. « Enregistré » sert à répertorier à un seul endroit les endroits favoris. Avec l’onglet « Contribuer », Google Maps veut inciter les utilisateurs à partager leurs coups de cœur et leur avis sur des lieux visités. Pour terminer, l’onglet « Actualités » recense des lieux importants ou intéressants, repérés par des « experts locaux ». De quoi découvrir ou redécouvrir les environs sous un nouveau jour.

Crise climatique : une décision historique pour les demandeurs d'asile

Crise climatique : une décision historique pour les demandeurs d'asile

Le Comité des droits de l'homme de l’ONU a rendu une décision historique dans une affaire relative au droit d’asile. Il vient de juger que les gouvernements doivent prendre en considération les violations des droits humains causées par la crise climatique quand ils envisagent d’expulser des demandeurs d'asile. Read more...

Cette décision indique qu’un État violera ses obligations au titre des droits humains s’il renvoie une personne dans un pays où sa vie est menacée en raison de la crise climatique. Cette décision concernait un homme, Ioane Teitiota, originaire des Kiribati, un État situé dans l'océan Pacifique Il a assigné le gouvernement néo-zélandais devant le Comité des droits de l'homme de l’ONU en février 2016. Les autorités néo-zélandaises l’avaient débouté de la demande d’asile qu’il avait déposée en tant que « réfugié climatique ». Il a été expulsé par la Nouvelle-Zélande vers les Kiribati en septembre 2015. Ioane Teitiota dit qu’il a été confronté à des difficultés dues à la crise climatique dans son pays d’origine, notamment pour obtenir de l’eau potable et à des conflits fonciers. Il a été contraint d’émigrer avec sa famille en Nouvelle-Zélande, où il a effectué une demande de statut de réfugié quand son visa a expiré en 2010. En Nouvelle-Zélande, il a été débouté de sa demande d’asile. Il a alors porté l’affaire devant le Comité des droits de l'homme, affirmant que la Nouvelle-Zélande avait violé son droit à la vie au titre du Pacte international relatif aux droits civils et politiques, en l’expulsant vers les Kiribati. Si le Comité a estimé que l’expulsion de cet homme n’a pas été illégale parce qu’il n'y avait pas de danger immédiat pour sa vie aux Kiribati, il a cependant reconnu que le dérèglement climatique représentait une grave menace pour le droit à la vie. Ainsi, les décideurs devaient tenir compte de cela lors de l’examen des recours contestant une ordonnance d’expulsion. Cette décision établit un précédent mondial. Et les prochains recours pourraient donc aboutir s’il existe des éléments prouvant que les effets du dérèglement climatique dans les pays d’origine risquent d’exposer les personnes à des violations de leurs droits.

Plastic Pollution Facts

Plastic Pollution Facts

We seriously need to do something about our plastic pollution. Plastic is terrible for the environment. David Attenborough and the Blue Planet II team really brought the issue home — and now, brilliantly, we hear about it all the time. Countries and cities around the world are banning plastic use left, right, and centre, and the call for the end of single-use plastics is at an all-time high. Read more...

Stores such as Iceland and Ikea have introduced plastic bans that will go into effect within the next couple of years.Meanwhile, plastic straws and cutlery have been targeted by numerous retailers, including McDonald’s in the UK, and having a plastic bag is enough to land you in jail in some countries. Some governments and organisations are doing their part to reduce plastic use and better the environment, but as everyday consumers, it’s important for you to know how and why the end of plastic use is so vital. Since the 1950s, around 8.3 billion tons of plastic have been produced worldwide. According to a report from the Guardian, an estimated 8.3 billion tons of plastic have been produced since the 1950s — that’s equivalent to the weight of more than 800,000 Eiffel Towers. And only 9% of it has been recycled. In some parts of the world, using plastic is already illegal. Kenya introduced one of the world’s toughest laws against plastic bags in 2017. Now, Kenyans who are caught producing, selling, or even using plastic bags will risk imprisonment of up to four years or fines of $40,000 (£31,000). Other countries that have banned, partially banned, or taxed single-use plastic bags include China, France, Rwanda, and Italy. You can find about other countries and cities that have brought in extraordinaryplastic bans here. 73% of beach litter worldwide is plastic. According to National Geographic, 73% of all beach litter is plastic.The litter includes filters from cigarette butts, bottles, bottle caps, food wrappers, grocery bags, and polystyrene containers. A million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute. A report by the Guardian found that 1 million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute, and this number is set to increase by another 20% by 2021 if we don’t act. The same report said more than 480 billion plastic drinking bottles were purchased in 2016 across the world — up from 300 billion a decade ago. Additionally, less than half of the bottles purchased in 2016 were recycled — with just 7% of those collected turned into new bottles, and the rest ending up in landfill sites or the ocean. Worldwide, about 2 million plastic bags are used every minute. This might seem like an unbelievable number, but according to Ecowatch, between 500 billion and 1 trillion plastic bags are used worldwide annually. New Yorkers alone use 23 billion plastic bags every year, according to the New York City Department of Environmental Conservation (which is why it’s so great that the city is getting a ban on grocery bags). Bans on plastic bags have already proved to be extremely effective in the countries that have them. In the UK, for example, the introduction of a 5p plastic bag charge introduced in 2015 has brought about an 83% reduction in plastic bag use.While Britain still produces 1.3 billion plastic bags a year, according to a government report in April 2017, the fall in use marks significant progress.

Feux de forêt de 2019 en Amazonie

Feux de forêt de 2019 en Amazonie

Les feux de forêt de 2019 en Amazonie sont une série de milliers d'incendies qui se déroulèrent principalement dans la forêt amazonienne en 2019. La majeure partie des feux de forêt se sont produits dans la partie de la forêt située au Brésil (plus de 60 % de celle-ci se trouve à l'intérieur de son territoire), mais des pays voisins comme la Bolivie, le Pérou et le Paraguay ont également signalé de nombreux départs de feux. Read more...

Les incendies ont suscité une importante réaction de la communauté scientifique et internationale en juillet et août 2019 à la suite des publications de l'Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE) faisant état d'au moins 75 336 feux décomptés en huit mois au Brésil, statistiques basées sur des observations satellitaires. De janvier au 23 août 2019, plus de 40 000 feux ont été décomptés dans la plus grande forêt tropicale au monde, considérée comme « essentielle pour lutter contre le réchauffement climatique ». Il s'agit du nombre le plus élevé depuis le début de la collecte des données en 2013. Depuis le 20 août, de nombreux incendies sont en cours dans quatre états brésiliens : Amazonas, Rondonia, Mato Grosso et Pará. Amazonas, qui est le plus grand état du pays, et qui a la « plus grande étendue de forêt tropicale intacte » dans le monde, déclare l'état d'urgence le 11 août10, suivi par l'État d'Acre, dans la Région Nord. Les feux de forêt ont suscité des critiques vis-à-vis du gouvernement brésilien, en particulier des ONG environnementales et de la France, qui borde le Brésil en Guyane. Ces agences affirment que le système politique mis en place par le président brésilien nouvellement élu, Jair Bolsonaro, a affaibli la protection de la forêt tropicale. Le gouvernement estime que la déforestation est nécessaire pour reconstruire l'économie brésilienne, et que les données de l'INPE ont été falsifiées dans le cadre d'une campagne de désinformation menée contre lui. Au début du mois d'août, Bolsonaro a limogé le directeur de l'INPE après la diffusion de statistiques par l'agence montrant une augmentation significative de la déforestation au Brésil.

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