Accessibility and Testing in Two Popular SPA Frameworks – Website Design Article

I love working with JavaScript frameworks. But what I love most is building an interactive user interface with flawless accessibility. You have to be user-centric while developing apps because overlooking an end-user’s perspective often leads to a half-baked idea. Considering this point of view, I found gold in Ember and Angular. These frameworks are great for building single-page applications and take accessibility to an extra mile.  Angular is built with extensive capabilities to build bug-free applications with its supportive architecture.…

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Angular Image Gallery With Bootstrap – Website Design Article

Recently I was presented with a challenge to quickly build an image gallery. The key requirements for the exercise were to use Angular 8 and Bootstrap 4. In this article, I have explained how we can achieve this with minimum time, effort, and resources. Since this is a practical use case in many applications, I hope it will help developers trying to build a similar feature.  Note that for this tutorial, I have used Visual Studio Code on a Windows…

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Tutorial: Use Angular and Electron to Create a Desktop App – Website Design Article

Developing apps using web technologies has certain advantages. For example, you can use various platforms to run the software of your choice, such as JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. However, developing with web technologies also comes with limitations, like the interoperability with an operating system is restricted and web apps can only be accessed through the browser. Whereas for desktop apps, you can access the features of the operating system directly. You can quickly add to a start menu or the…

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A Modern Developer’s Guide — SitePoint – Website Design Article

This article was created in partnership with Sencha. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. JavaScript application source code has traditionally been hard to understand, due to code being spread across JavaScript, HTML, and CSS files, as well as events and data flowing through a number of non intuitive paths. Like all software, the JavaScript development environment includes bundlers, package managers, version control systems, and test tools. Each of these requires some learning curve. Inconsistencies and incompatibilities…

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How to Build a Tic Tac Toe Game with Svelte — SitePoint – Website Design Article

Svelte is a next generation way of building user interfaces. While frameworks like React, Vue and Angular do the bulk of their work in the browser, Svelte takes it to the next level. It does its work when you build the app and it compiles your Svelte app to efficient vanilla JavaScript. So you get the best of both worlds. You write your code in Svelte which makes it easy to read, re-use and all the other benefits you get…

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New(er) Application Journey – DZone Web Dev – Website Design Article

A little over a year ago, I started a series called, “New Application Journey,” which was focused on replacing a legacy application for my mother-in-law’s small business in the southeast portion of the United States.  I used her business needs to create a new application from scratch using Angular, MySQL, and the AWS environment. I documented my approach and findings in a series published on DZone. Technology Approach For the original journey, I utilized the following frameworks: On the service…

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How to Build a News App with Ionic 4 & Angular — SitePoint – Website Design Article

In this tutorial we’ll be using Ionic 4 to build a news application that makes use of a third-party news API. Ionic 4 is the latest version of Ionic, a mobile framework originally built on top of Cordova and Angular. Ionic allows users to create hybrid mobile apps with HTML, CSS and JavaScript and their related web technologies. What makes Ionic 4 the best version yet is that it’s now framework agnostic. This means it’s not dependent on Angular anymore,…

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An In-depth Comparison — SitePoint – Website Design Article

This article was updated on 30 January, 2019 to reflect the current state of the Angular and React ecosystems. Should I choose Angular or React? Each framework has a lot to offer and it’s not easy to choose between them. Whether you’re a newcomer trying to figure out where to start, a freelancer picking a framework for your next project, or an enterprise-grade architect planning a strategic vision for your company, you’re likely to benefit from having an educated view…

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How to Tell If Vue.js Is the Right Framework for Your Next Project — SitePoint – Website Design Article

Vue.js grew from a one-man project to a JavaScript framework everyone’s talking about. You’ve heard about it from your front-end colleagues and during conferences. You’ve probably read multiple comparisons between Vue, React, and Angular. And you’ve probably also noticed that Vue outranks React in terms of GitHub stars. All that’s made you wonder whether Vue.js is the right framework for your next project? Well, let’s explore the possibilities and limitations of Vue to give you a high-level look at the…

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