As the trends for web access via desktop and mobile converge, it is more important than ever for developers to test their code wherever users choose to access content on the web. This is why Mozilla has partnered with BrowserStack to offer free testing on mobile Firefox for Android (iOS upcoming). We understand that not […]
Modern Application Stack – Part 1: Introducing The MEAN Stack introduced the technologies making up the MEAN (MongoDB, Express, Angular, Node.js) and MERN (MongoDB, Express, React, Node.js) Stacks, why you might want to use them, and how to combine them to build your web application (or your native mobile or desktop app).
The remainder of the series is focussed on working through the end to end steps of building a real (albeit simple) application – Mongopop. Part 2: Using MongoDB With Node.js created an environment where we could work with a MongoDB database from Node.js; it also created a simplified interface to the MongoDB Node.js Driver. Part 3: Building a REST API with Express.js built on Part 2 by using Express.js to add a REST API which will be used by the clients that we implement in the final posts. Part 4: Building a Client UI Using Angular 2 (formerly AngularJS) & TypeScript completed the MEAN stack by adding an Angular 2 client.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is a system that manages customer interactions and data throughout the customer lifecycle between the customer and the company across different channels. In this tutorial, we are going to build a custom CRM in PHP, which a sales team can use to track customers through the entire sales cycle.
We’ll be creating a simple CRM system for salespeople to:
Access their tasks
View their leads
Create new tasks for each lead
Create new opportunity
PHP For Beginners: Building a Simple CRM from Scratch is a post from CSS-Tricks
But even if you already have a basic understanding of what JSON is and have used it in some of your projects, there might be a few things you weren’t aware of. So in this JSON tutorial and guide, I’m attempting to provide a fairly comprehensive discussion of JSON, its history, and its usefulness. I’ll close with a list of some practical JSON tools that might come in handy in future projects.
It was brought up at the SVG Summit the other day, wouldn’t it be nice when working with SVG to be able to work with it both ways at once?
See and edit the code, and see the results visually
See and edit the visual shapes, and see the code change
There might not be the perfect one true tool, but there are certainly some ideas getting there!
Anthony Dugois’s SVG Path Builder
I’d embed the Pen here, but you …
Tools to Visualize and Edit SVG Paths (Kinda!) is a post from CSS-Tricks
The introduction of HTML5 introduces elements and attributes which reflect typical usage on most modern websites, as well as a renewed emphasis on the importance of DOM scripting within Web[…]