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 […]

Top 10 JavaScript Frameworks to Use in 2022

Introduction Being a multi-paradigm language, JavaScript maintains programming styles that are managed by events, functional, concentrated on objects, and oriented on prototypes. In the beginning, JavaScript was utilized just on the side of a customer. Still, nowadays, it is also utilized as a programming language on the side of a server. This makes JavaScript the […]

Beautify GitHub Profile

It wasn’t long ago that Nick Sypteras showed us how to make custom badges for a GitHub repo. Well, Reza Shakeri put Beautify GitHub Profile together and it’s a huuuuuuge repo of different badges that pulls lots of examples together with direct links to the repos you can use to create them. And it doesn’t […]

Cool CSS Hover Effects That Use Background Clipping, Masks, and 3D

We’ve walked through a series of posts now about interesting approaches to CSS hover effects. We started with a bunch of examples that use CSS background properties, then moved on to the text-shadow property where we technically didn’t use any shadows. We also combined them with CSS variables and calc() to optimize the code and […]

React vs Vue: What to Choose in 2022?

React and Vue are the two most popular and widely used JavaScript frontend frameworks today. These frameworks allow developers to create a wide variety of web applications with JavaScript. Choosing between the two can be confusing if you are building a new application. Each has its own use case and serves different business needs.  Most […]

Customizing Color Fonts on the Web

Myles C. Maxfield on the WebKit Blog published a nifty how-to for color fonts. It comes on the heels of what Ollie wrote up here on CSS-Tricks the other day, and while they cover a lot of common ground, there’s some nice nuggets in the WebKit post that make them both worth reading. Case in […]

A Perfect Table of Contents With HTML + CSS

Earlier this year, I self-published an ebook called Understanding JavaScript Promises (free for download). Even though I didn’t have any intention of turning it into a print book, enough people reached out inquiring about a print version that I decided to self-publish that as well .I thought it would be an easy exercise using HTML […]

Mastering SVG’s stroke-miterlimit Attribute

So, SVG has this stroke-miterlimit presentation attribute. You’ve probably seen it when exporting an SVG from a graphic editor program, or perhaps you find out you could remove it without noticing any change to the visual appearance. After a good amount of research, one of the first things I discovered is that the attribute works […]

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