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  • web agency newbie
    by /u/evilclown28 on May 30, 2024 at 6:29 am

    I just completed a short course in web and app development and now I want to start my own agency, focusing on creating 5-page websites for small businesses in trades in our area. For those who have started, what is your typical workflow? I am considering using themes as a starting point. How did you approach it, and what is your typical workflow and pricing? submitted by /u/evilclown28 [link] [comments]

  • Someone copied our website. What measures can I take?
    by /u/orschiro on May 30, 2024 at 6:09 am

    Someone made a copy of our website scorai.net and published it under scorai.org. They took most of our content. This is very misleading for people who search us on Google because their website ranks very high as well. What measures can I take to hopefully take this website down? Is this possible legally? Thanks for your help and advice! submitted by /u/orschiro [link] [comments]

  • Best Practice for Querying Data on a Dashboard Page
    by /u/raysnotion-101 on May 30, 2024 at 5:33 am

    I have a dashboard page in the admin side which has 3 analytics. They are Staff attendance (graph), Student attendance (graph), and inquiries (graph). Each analytics has a separate Axios call from the backend to get the data. My tech stack is MERN. Is having multiple calls to the backend for a single dashboard page okay? I am planning to add more analytics to the dashboard in the future. Or should I create a single route to fetch all the data for the dashboard so that we can only call a single Axios request? Is calling multiple Axios on a single page an industrial standard? submitted by /u/raysnotion-101 [link] [comments]

  • Fabric.js: Undo & Redo Nightmare
    by /u/w333l on May 30, 2024 at 5:16 am

    I'm implementing undo & redo functionality on my Fabric.js canvas. I achieved this by listening to the canvas's 'object:add' & 'object:remove' events to capture a snapshot whenever an object is added or removed. Everything works fine so far. However, when I attempt to load a specific snapshot (for redo or undo operations), I encounter an issue: for each object added during the snapshot loading process, the canvas's event listeners are triggered. How can I refine the logic to prevent this unintended behavior? submitted by /u/w333l [link] [comments]

  • Running unsafe code inside a docker container?
    by /u/MiloTheOverthinker on May 30, 2024 at 5:09 am

    I have a react app that was developed by a another programmer that I now need to work on. But I have a feeling that this react app is not safe, the programmer comes from a cybersecurity field and the app feels bloated. I had the idea of developing the app inside a docker container and connecting vscode to it. What do you guys think? Is this way safe? Are there better recommendations? submitted by /u/MiloTheOverthinker [link] [comments]

  • Tired of frontend
    by /u/DentistFine9109 on May 30, 2024 at 4:50 am

    I tend to like frontend development but I’m just tired of seeing new frameworks, “updates” and having to learn new stuff just to get the same f results over and over, a UI and some painted boxes. Is JS and its frameworks the problem? bc for example; even tho ASP.NET gets updates, i don’t see their devs spending so much time re-learning how to have an active link with every update. Should I switch to ASP to focus a little bit more on infrastructure, business logic, security, auth and stuff? What do u think overall? submitted by /u/DentistFine9109 [link] [comments]

  • Honest Question: What benefits can I hope to achieve by switching from jquery to react?
    by /u/pyeri on May 30, 2024 at 4:24 am

    I'm a freelance coder who builds small-medium apps and my front-end stack primarily consists of Bootstrap+jquery. This combo has never let me down until now even with all kinds of features, functionality and complexity thrown at it. I've built dashboards with line charts, puzzles and MCQs, grids and tabular components to edit data, etc. and it was all very seamless. But when I keep hearing the discussions here and on other places in social media, they make me feel like I'm stuck in a very different century! There is no doubt that React is a well-known, popular and robust piece of software but one thing that dissuades me from getting into it is the whole monstrous npm system of components around it. It seems to be quite integrated with node when it comes to some react components like next, nuxt or whatever. Is it not possible to just like include react through CDN with link or script tags and still make good use of it? More specifically, I want to know what can I hope to achieve if I migrate from jquery to react? I'm quite tied to the jquery way of doing things right from DOM manipulation to event handling to things like cloning and reusing HTML components in <div> blocks. Is there any established guide or path for folks like us to migrate from jquery and react? And to begin with, is this a good idea even? submitted by /u/pyeri [link] [comments]

  • Zoomed in looks better!
    by /u/samyakxenoverse on May 30, 2024 at 2:57 am

    Every webpage runs on 100% of zoom but my webpage looks better when the browser is at 80% zoom how can I achieve this natively that it becomes like that whenever anyone loads it , going around fixing every div size is messing things up, (vanilla css) submitted by /u/samyakxenoverse [link] [comments]

  • Finding a Job after graduating. (Upwork/Fiver?)
    by /u/CameronDawgsFan on May 30, 2024 at 1:14 am

    Hello everyone. I just graduated a bootcamp with Auburn University yesterday for Front End Development. I have a solid understanding of HTML, CSS, JS/TS, Bootstrap, and I am pretty solid with Angular's frame work after coming out of the bootcamp as well. Since I essentially have no work experience with front end development, I was hoping to get some advice from Senior developers on how I should proceed further as far as getting a job. I really enjoy this, and I am starting to learn other frameworks like React as well and eventually plan on learning back end as well. Should I try starting off trying to get jobs on places such as Upwork and Fiver, even if they are short roles for less money to just start building a good portfolio and getting work experience under my belt? I understand it is probably extremely hard/almost impossible to get a full time job right away but looking for any advice on how I should proceed further. Right now I am blessed to be in a situation where I don't have many bills (still young and have some help) so I am currently working part time to just make a car payment and I am looking for something to start building a portfolio and start making some money even if I have to make less for a year or two. submitted by /u/CameronDawgsFan [link] [comments]

  • Doing your own payment processing
    by /u/sebramirez4 on May 30, 2024 at 12:42 am

    Hi guys so this is just a topic I've been really curious about in general, in production I'll obviously still use something like stripe for a long time but has anyone just made their own payment processing? and what are the resources needed to learn to do this? I know it's hard, and I say this because most posts I've found about this on other subs people just reply with "that's hard, this other payment processor is a bit cheaper than stripe" if anyone has any resources like a book or something that goes in depth about this I'd appreciate it, or even stories on your own experience using your own payment processor. submitted by /u/sebramirez4 [link] [comments]

  • Is there any recent data showing most common browser window/viewport size?
    by /u/maxiedaniels on May 29, 2024 at 11:15 pm

    I can find plenty on most common screen resolutions, but I specifically want to know browser viewport sizing to determine maximum comfortable width of a web app container. submitted by /u/maxiedaniels [link] [comments]

  • ui/ux design beginners tutorial
    on May 29, 2024 at 10:04 pm
  • crawlers and indexing in blogger how to Optimize
    on May 29, 2024 at 10:03 pm
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    on May 29, 2024 at 10:03 pm
  • When Git Fails Silently
    by /u/ProfessionalDrummer7 on May 29, 2024 at 9:43 pm

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  • From Google Domains to Squarespace... What to expect when transferring domains away.
    by /u/dr7v3 on May 29, 2024 at 7:37 pm

    TL;DR: 2+wks to complete a domain transfer, no way to expedite, no status updates. Google Domains and Namecheap have been by far, my preferred registrars for registering and managing domains. With the recent migration from Google Domains to Squarespace, I noticed one of my domains was set to expire in 30 days, so I decided to give Cloudflare a try and see how their registrar service stacked up. After requesting the transfer code and initiating the transfer to Cloudflare, I received an email from Squarespace informing me of a 5-day grace period if I wanted to stop and cancel the transfer. There was no way to expedite the process, which was a bit annoying but fine nonetheless. I went ahead and transferred a different domain from Namecheap to Cloudflare, and the process completed in about 5 minutes. Back to Squarespace, the 5-day grace period ended yesterday and I didn't see any updates in the Cloudflare panel nor received any confirmation that the transfer was successful. For context, my domain is set to expire on June 22nd, which is why I contacted support to get this matter resolved as quickly as possible. https://preview.redd.it/bpthxmst4f3d1.png?width=422&format=png&auto=webp&s=b9f658f59772d68957ab9c41a6ada8c7a993d7bd https://preview.redd.it/dppfxmst4f3d1.png?width=417&format=png&auto=webp&s=11132528080bc60a8d7a22557bfc7157cbbfcf58 https://preview.redd.it/h6412nst4f3d1.png?width=420&format=png&auto=webp&s=d5c8ab752aa91820cdec1c67e321637110ed290b https://preview.redd.it/3n7emust4f3d1.png?width=419&format=png&auto=webp&s=bff9e1a9fcdbf080cd18e540881d03ede2350358 https://preview.redd.it/hbbj5pst4f3d1.png?width=418&format=png&auto=webp&s=ed04bc95720ac4845ba19db687bf98f1ac58b0a7 https://preview.redd.it/kkhefqst4f3d1.png?width=421&format=png&auto=webp&s=6e9e8247256b34f848db272d523d04ac6d3237de https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/115011719247-Domain-transfer-timing Interestingly, for domains transferred into Squarespace, the linked article mentions: "If you're not sure if they released your domain, you can contact them to ask. We have a sample message you can use." They provide a sample message for you to send, yet they can't expedite the process themselves when you're transferring a domain away. There are no status or indications that there is anything going on with said domain, I have to take their word that the transfer is in progress and will be completed in the time they indicated. On the bright side, setting up with Cloudflare was straightforward, they offer great pricing, and setting up DNS records as "DNS only" and "Proxied" worked as expected. submitted by /u/dr7v3 [link] [comments]

  • What simple cms you can recommend for landings?
    by /u/Admirable-Shower-887 on May 29, 2024 at 6:50 pm

    I need a simple, lightweight cms to edit text/photo/add slides to my landing page. Not WordPress. What should I use? submitted by /u/Admirable-Shower-887 [link] [comments]

  • As a solo front-end developer, how do you validate your UI/UX design decisions and know if they're good?
    by /u/w333l on May 29, 2024 at 6:34 pm

    For me, UI decisions are tricky, they're loaded with biases and hard to judge objectively. If "good" UI is about finding a common baseline for most users, how do I validate my decisions against that baseline when I'm solo, before shipping and getting feedback from users? submitted by /u/w333l [link] [comments]

  • Decision Trees For UI Components
    by hello@smashingmagazine.com (Vitaly Friedman) on May 29, 2024 at 6:00 pm

    Imagine finally resolving never-ending discussions about UI decisions for good. Here are some practical examples of decision trees for UI components and how to use them effectively. An upcoming part of [Smart Interface Design Patterns](https://smart-interface-design-patterns.com).

  • Reddit UX woes
    by /u/98re3 on May 29, 2024 at 5:53 pm

    This is regarding the 'old new' redesign, not the 'new new'. I can't comment on the 'new new' redesign as I immediately began redirecting to the 'old new' redesign after I was subjected to it once. I have been trying to create a browser add on for my own personal use which makes reddit actually pleasant to use on a 16:9 monitor. It works, but breaks image galleries, and so far I can't get any css to inject into the spaghetti code that image galleries are (probably me being a noob but whatever). But this got me thinking, why do I even need to spend time doing this in the first place? Why does reddit have 3 different layouts, all of which are pretty terrible? Why do the media rules set some elements to 740px width if screen size is greater than 960px, without any further granularity? Why is there no option for a regular desktop theme? Does reddit not care about desktop UX at all? It certainly seems that way. Mobile users have the apps, and the website layout is terrible and cluttered on mobile anyway. Is it so hard for them to give users a proper 16:9 layout? And please reddit if you're reading do not remove old.reddit, because I'm probably going to end up having to mod that instead as new.reddit is spaghetti central. /rant submitted by /u/98re3 [link] [comments]

  • TextMine – AI powered knowledge base for business critical documents
    on May 29, 2024 at 4:39 pm
  • How do you personally balance multiple large projects at once?
    by /u/qyrusai on May 29, 2024 at 3:49 pm

    Running into more and more developers who are feeling overwhelmed, some are certainly overworked, but some might just need additional support with time management. submitted by /u/qyrusai [link] [comments]

  • Free browser based video editing tools without login
    by /u/ANil1729 on May 29, 2024 at 2:58 pm

    https://github.com/Anil-matcha/Free-Video-Tools All these below free tools are available without login from browser Compress Video, Cut Video, Add subtitle to video, Add audio to video, Change Video Speed, Resize Video, Join multiple video, MP4 converter, AVI converter, MKV converter, MOV converter, WEBM converter, WMV converter, Join multiple audio submitted by /u/ANil1729 [link] [comments]

  • Is there any real application to use "id" instead of "class"?
    by /u/MkleverSeriensoho on May 29, 2024 at 2:57 pm

    I know that people have their preferences but so far most people I've met only use "class" for everything and it doesn't seem to ever cause any issues. I'm just wondering if there's any real use-case for using "id" instead? submitted by /u/MkleverSeriensoho [link] [comments]

  • Why Theo is Wrong & We'll Get a Laravel for JavaScript
    by /u/hottown on May 29, 2024 at 2:13 pm

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