Let’s Make a QR Code Generator With a Serverless Function!

QR codes are funny, right? We love them, then hate them, then love them again. Anyways, they’ve lately been popping up again and it got me thinking about how they’re made. There are like a gazillion QR code generators out there, but say it’s something you need to do on your own website. This package […]

Vue Material Admin Update

Right after we have updated React Material Admin we also do the same with Vue Material Admin. What products are affected by the update? The update was released on 3 products: What has changed? The main changes are in updated dependencies. We also updated the version of Vuetify as the Vue Material Admin based on […]

Building Interoperable Web Components That Even Work With React

Those of us who’ve been web developers more than a few years have probably written code using more than one JavaScript framework. With all the choices out there — React, Svelte, Vue, Angular, Solid — it’s all but inevitable. One of the more frustrating things we have to deal with when working across frameworks is […]

Please Give Me Some Space

There’s all kinds of ways to do that. Some more advisable and better-suited for certain situations than others, of course. We could do it directly in HTML: <p>We go from one line…<br><br> down a couple more.</p> But that’s what CSS is really for: <p>We go from one line…<span>down a couple more.</span></p> span { display: block; […]

React Material Admin Full Update

As Material UI and React continue to grow and develop it has become clear that React Material Admin can’t live with the outdated versions of those libraries. What products are affected by the update? Currently, the updates were released on 2 products: What has changed? The main change is that now those templates are now […]

How to Create Block Theme Patterns in WordPress 6.0

Block patterns, also frequently referred to as sections, were introduced in WordPress 5.5 to allow users to build and share predefined block layouts in the pattern directory. The directory is the home of a wide range of curated patterns designed by the WordPress community. These patterns are available in simple copy and paste format, require […]

SPAs, Shared Element Transitions, and Re-Evaluating Technology

Nolan Lawson sparked some discussion when he described a noticeable shift away from single-page applications (SPAs): Hip new frameworks like Astro, Qwik, and Elder.js are touting their MPA [multi-page application] with “0kB JavaScript by default.” Blog posts are making the rounds listing all the challenges with SPAs: history, focus management, scroll restoration, Cmd/Ctrl-click, memory leaks, […]

Next.js vs React: Which One to Choose for Your App?

The burning question today is What’s better: React or Next.js? Let’s have a look closely at both, compare them and see the difference between library and framework. In the React world, Next.js is one of the most popular frameworks for “hitting the ground running.” What is Next.js? Next.js is an open-source JavaScript framework for developing […]

Generate Full-Stack Web Apps Based on Database Schema

Hello! Flatlogic has added one more important feature: ready-made web application scheme integration. Check out our release notes to learn more about our latest product enhancements. Previously, Flatlogic web app generator allowed you to model a database schema from scratch. We received a lot of requests from our users who had already modelled DB schemas and found […]

Just How Long Should Alt Text Be?

I teach a class over at the local college here in Long Beach and a majority of the content is hosted on the Canvas LMS so students can access it online. And, naturally, I want the content to be as accessible as possible, so thank goodness Canvas has a11y tooling built right into it. But […]