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The end result (while pretty) can leave your user spending precious time waiting for the page to load.
HTML Templating Utility
This is a rare case where we decided to make a simple abstraction hiding the underlying jknack handlebars implementation. Since it only really needs a few methods, we can hide the implementation and easily swap it out later. Notice how we have a few config options. When we are running locally, we want handlebars templates to be compiled on the fly and NOT cached. We also utilize HTML compression for all of the HTML-specific methods. We also offer some non-HTML templating methods. Sometimes it might make sense to abuse an HTML templating library to solve a similar problem.
Nowadays myriad of frameworks popping up at regular basis while few others like Bootstrap, Foundation and Angular.js have dominated the entire development world. CSS Stands for style sheet language that[…]
pdfHTML to Convert HTML and CSS to PDF
An iText 7 add-on, pdfHTML is a premium upgrade to the previous XML Worker from iText 5. The new solution provides more functionality out of the box and easier extensibility and customization.
“HTML is ubiquitous. A lot of software already outputs HTML in one way or another, and most developers know at least the basics,” said Raf Hens, iText director of product management. “As such, pdfHTML is a convenient way to integrate PDF functionality, allowing developers to use existing HTML and CSS skills and resources to quickly create PDF documents.”
For this article we have compiled a list of Best Multipurpose HTML5 Templates which you can use for creating any kind of eye caching site quickly and easily. Following templates[…]
Whenever I need to quickly spin up a web application, Python’s Flask library is my go to tool. Recently, however, I found myself wanting to generate a static HTML page to upload to S3 and wondered if I could use it for that as well.
It’s actually not too tricky. If we’re in the scope of the app context then we have access to the template rendering that we’d normally use when serving the response to a web request.
In Part 1 of this series, we looked at serverless architecture and what it means for web development. We also looked at Backand and creating an account to work with our to-do List application. In this article, we’ll build our application’s data model by walking through a simple set of requirements. We’ll implement the data model in Backand, then work on building a simple UI to present our data to the user.
Defining Our Requirements
Common software development wisdom is that changing requirements becomes an order of magnitude more challenging as you move through the development process. While a change at design time might have some frustrating repercussions, on average it would cost ten times as much to make the exact same change once design has completed and implementation has begun, and one hundred times as much once development is completed and we’re ready to deploy to production. In recognition of this, let’s spend some time defining the requirements of our application:
As a web developer, I usually read questions on StackOverflow or Quora to see what kind of challenges people have faced and want to find an easier solution. One of the most popular challenges which I’ve noticed was developing a portfolio with a filter. In this article, you will learn how to develop a portfolio with a filter by using Bootstrap. Here are the several steps that we should follow to get our portfolio ready.
1. Create a Link for Each Category
First, we need to create a link for every single category in our HTML file.