An Introduction To Quasar Framework: Building Cross-Platform Applications

In this article, I will explain how to use Quasar Framework and its state-of-the-art UI (which follows Material guidelines) to build a notes app. The app will get its data from and store its data to Firebase. This tutorial is meant for anyone interested in building cross-platform applications that work well across all devices simultaneously. […]

10 Best Free and Open-Source JavaScript Color Pickers

Color pickers are complicated UI elements that allow users to pick a color from a given palette. There are two ways of adding a color picker to your webpage. The first one involves simply using an input element with the type attribute set to color. It’s easy to add, and you can attach event listeners […]

How To Build A Real-Time Multi-User Game From Scratch

As the pandemic lingered, the suddenly-remote team I work with became increasingly foosball-deprived. I thought about how to play foosball in a remote setting, but it was clear that simply reconstructing the rules of foosball on a screen would not be a lot of fun. What _is_ fun is to kick a ball using toy […]

Weekly News for Designers № 615

DOOM Rendered via Checkboxes – Check out this playable version of the classic game recreated with checkboxes. In Web Design, Easier Doesn’t Always Mean Better – Why products that promise an easier experience may not be the best option. WebVitalsRobot – Analyze your website and be alerted when its Core Web Vitals scores go down. […]

Respecting Users’ Motion Preferences

When working with motion on the web, it’s important to consider that not everyone experiences it in the same way. What might feel smooth and slick to some might be annoying or distracting to others — or worse, induce feelings of sickness, or even cause seizures. Websites with a lot of motion might also have […]

Flatlogic Web App Generator+GitHub!

 Hello coders! Our full-stack web app generator got integration with well-known and well-liked GitHub. Now you can add projects to your GitHub account where you will see a repository with the project made on the web app generator. If you make an update to your project in the generator, all the updates will be pushed […]

Is It Really Worthwhile Having a Personal Portfolio?

We all know blogging and personal portfolio sites have been very important for designers looking to increase their visibility to clients and others who admire their work. But some key developments have risen up over the past decade, which, in my opinion, are threatening to eliminate the need for a personal website. Information is spread […]

Building The SSG I’ve Always Wanted: An 11ty, Vite And JAM Sandwich

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been overwhelmed by all the web development tools we have these days. Whether you like Markdown, plain HTML, React, Vue, Svelte, Pug templates, Handlebars, Vibranium — you can probably mix it up with some CMS data and get a nice static site cocktail. I’m not going to tell […]

14 Useful WordPress Plugins for Page Layouts

When it comes to plugins for laying out the pages on a WordPress site, WPBakery Page Builder is hard to top. This easy-to-use drag-and-drop page builder with over 200 unique addons helps developers and novices alike create just about any layout imaginable. For users looking to modify just one page in a specific way, this powerful […]

8 Reasons to Use JavaScript Libraries in Project Management Apps

Software solutions help project managers to get ultimate control over all project stages and deliver results without delays. Since the war against the COVID-19 pandemic is not over yet,  many organizations around the world adhere to remote working and pay for technologies that allow project managers to collaborate with colleagues and keep projects on track […]