Web Development

  • How to make a custom user-friendly word app
    by /u/realforreal1 on July 11, 2020 at 7:52 am

    I want to make a text editor that will be able to change text's individual words or sentences in terms of font, coloring, capitalization and once you click individual word combo-box will appear with particular functions that can be made with the word, and the function are different for every single word. Any suggestions? Thank you! submitted by /u/realforreal1 [link] [comments]

  • I want to inspect the mobile version of various websites, but no browser seems to get it properly as well as my phone. What to do?
    by /u/BigBootyBear on July 11, 2020 at 7:37 am

    In the process of learning about responsive design, I want to check out various websites like Amazon and Groupon and see how they transition from their mobile version to iPad and desktop. But even if I try to browse them from a specific device on dev tools (firefox and chrome) I don't get the "real" mobile version I would get from my mobile browser. Why is that? Is there a way to snoop around with dev tools and learn things using your desktop? submitted by /u/BigBootyBear [link] [comments]

  • How we increased Angular 10 web.dev performance by 9% using application shell technique
    by /u/universaltutor5 on July 11, 2020 at 7:35 am

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  • Help: Tried to set up wordpress website/domain with G-suite, now my site is down and I can't fix the problem.
    by /u/SeanLikeYouReadAbout on July 11, 2020 at 7:23 am

    I was trying to set up email forwarding on my wordpress account to my g-suite. When I created the g-suite account, I changed the name of the wordpress naked domain to redirect as well as changed the wordpress DNS records that google told me to change and now my site is completely down and won't connect to anything at all. I really just want to restore everything back tot he way it was--no google redirect, mo email forwarding to g-suite. Nothing. I have tried researching the problem countless times on the internet and I keep running into the same couple of google and wordpress support articles about that just flat out aren't helping. I tried restoring my wordpress site and even deleting my G-suite and cancelling my subscription yet it's still down. Any advice? submitted by /u/SeanLikeYouReadAbout [link] [comments]

  • Do you want free UX audit of your app?
    by /u/zelyios on July 11, 2020 at 7:17 am

    I'm a professional UX Designer and researcher for 7+ years in a big company. I give away 10 free UX audits of your app. THIS IS NOT INTERESTED I just want to help you find quick UX improvements that you can do to your app. (Professional or side project) If you're interested send me a PM, I will reply to you if you've been selected (I will update this post when my offer is over) Have a great day submitted by /u/zelyios [link] [comments]

  • Squircley | Squircle Maker
    by /u/georgedoescode on July 11, 2020 at 7:02 am

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  • I wrote my own Express-like web framework for Node.js, called "tinyhttp". It uses a bare minimum amount of dependencies trying to avoid legacy hell.
    by /u/v1rtl on July 11, 2020 at 6:57 am

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  • I made a discord bot that gives COVID-19 Stats and graphs
    by /u/amitbh on July 11, 2020 at 6:45 am

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  • My first full-stack app, a site for tracking and sharing dividends and portfolios. (MERN stack)
    by /u/Fire_Lord_Zukko on July 11, 2020 at 6:45 am

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  • I made a website with (React + Firebase)
    by /u/samtoaster on July 11, 2020 at 6:11 am

    Hello guys, so i made a website using react and firebase. The website is for those who are looking to collect surveys of any kind. If you have time check out the site surveyally and i made a quick survey so you guys can see what people taking the surveys will see take a survey It also has a dashboard for the publisher of the survey. No registration is required to take the survey but to create one you need to register. Everything is free. If you have an suggestion i would love to hear it. Thank you in advance submitted by /u/samtoaster [link] [comments]

  • Do you get laptop that is powerful enough for work?
    by /u/dropme1 on July 11, 2020 at 5:53 am

    I've received Macbook pro 2015 model for work, obviously with most basic one. 8g ram.. 128G ssd etc. ​ After setting up local dev environment, The machine is painfully slow. I am running multiple containers in the background using Docker and running webpack at the same time. Of course just like any web devs, with multiple chrome tabs open. My mac becomes really slow that it affects my productivity and this is the biggest painpoint. webpack Hot-reload is slow, browsing chrome is slow, even alt-tabbing/mission control is slow. ​ I really want to use my own 16" macbook for work if possible, but I can't use personal machine for work for many reasons. ​ What's your experience with work machine? submitted by /u/dropme1 [link] [comments]

  • My first contribution to Open Source - Theme Color Shades is a color shades generator that can be used in CLI and easily integrates to modern UI libraries
    by /u/luiernand on July 11, 2020 at 5:48 am

    Hi! In the past few months I've been working on this tool after I read Refactoring UI book. It generates a group of color shades ready to be used several UI libraries, such as Tailwind, ChakraUI, ThemeUI and so on. Demo You can generate them using npx theme-color-shades HEX_COLOR_WITHOUT_#. Also, you can check the website link to see how they portait in some components and change hue and saturation modifiers to your preferences. Feedbacks (and PRs) are welcome! themecolorshades.com/ submitted by /u/luiernand [link] [comments]

  • An Identity management system
    by /u/newbornfish on July 11, 2020 at 3:24 am

    This a system which my community is in need at the moment . We conduct webinar’s very frequently and for people to signup we use google forms and for every webinar people have to fill the same form with the same data. This is very tedious on the attendees end as they have to repeat this everytime and suppose there are three webinars on a weekend they have to input the same data thrice. What we need is that user signs up once , we give them a unique id and thereafter we give them an option to input the unique id and submit the form right away and if he’s new then usual signup. I am looking for readily available services such as aws / google which will be faster to dev and deploy and have better data privacy / roles and permissions setup. Has anyone build such using these tools ? Writing from scratch is not an option at the moment since we risk exposing data to unauthorised people . Share with me if you can guide me on the stack submitted by /u/newbornfish [link] [comments]

  • Youtube Clone (Postgresql + React + Express)
    by /u/the_sealed_tanker on July 11, 2020 at 2:23 am

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  • [Showoff Saturday] We made Foodouken.com - Food Delivery - Opensource - Enterprise level software
    by /u/tankyspanky on July 11, 2020 at 2:20 am

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  • Why does data from my Django API only load on my computer but noone elses (full stack app)
    by /u/KatKali on July 11, 2020 at 2:20 am

    I just made a full stack app that works on my computer, but nobody else's. The front end is hosted on heroku and the back end is hosted on AWS EC2. The database has 4 models in it already, and they load when I go to the website on my computer, but whenever any other computer goes there it doesn't load and gets an ERR_CONNECTION_RESET in the console. I know my backend isn't the greatest, but it's weird to me that it works for my system but nobody else's. The backend is Django. I'm just using the Django web server run with django-ssl. So it's a self-signed SSL certificate, which I know is wonky, but... like... why won't it work for anyone but me? submitted by /u/KatKali [link] [comments]

  • Would anyone be kind enough to help me out with working with json responses? Image inside.
    by /u/a_llama_vortex on July 10, 2020 at 11:07 pm

    Hello, I'm kind of new to working with APIs and I'm getting a little stuck with extracting the data from the json response(s). I'm trying to use the API responses in order to decide whether or not to show the user content on the webpage. I'm using the following code: const fetch = require('node-fetch'); let url = "apigoeshere"; let settings = { method: "Get" }; fetch(url, settings) .then(res => res.json()) .then((json) => { console.log(json.properties.firstname); This allows me to take the objects which are inside of objects but I really cannot work out how to get the data out of an array of objects. I'll include a screenshot at the end to make things easier for people to visualise. I'm trying to get at the fields (mainly the title or ID) inside of the "form-submissions" array. I've tried a number of things and the clocks just dinged midnight and I'm still not getting it. I've tried things like json.form-submissions[0].title or ['title]. No doubt I am doing it wrong and it's a simple thing but after several hours of trying my own things I feel it's time to ask for help to help me move onto the next step of learning. Apologies for having to blank areas out but as they're forms they contain personal information. https://preview.redd.it/8no0vqfq24a51.png?width=1460&format=png&auto=webp&s=cc3984f4be40569e0c61ca0feadabf9c5c8db282 If anyone can point me in the right direct I'd really appreciate it. I appreciate this is also going to be trivial to some of you but I just can't get my head around getting the data out. Alway get the response from node that what I'm trying to pull is undefined. Thanks, submitted by /u/a_llama_vortex [link] [comments]

  • Guide To Javascript Array Functions: Why you should pick the least powerful tool for the job
    by /u/jesseduffield on July 10, 2020 at 11:05 pm

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  • Why an item is centered rather than following the bootstrap grid system?
    by /u/lynob on July 10, 2020 at 10:43 pm

    This site, everything looks fine on my 22 and 18 inch screen, I try resizing the browser to reproduce the issue, I cant reproduce it. ​ on 15 inch screens, the 5th circle gets centered on the screen rather than being aligned with the other circles although I have give it its own row and gave it `call-md-3` submitted by /u/lynob [link] [comments]

  • Looking for responsibilities for a Senior UI Developer
    by /u/wackrtist on July 10, 2020 at 9:16 pm

    I’m looking for any senior front end UI developers/designers who are or have worked in companies/corporations who can discuss what they have considered responsibilities for themselves, along with any ideas or examples of when you have had to teach your team about things what do you do or bring up as topics to teach. submitted by /u/wackrtist [link] [comments]

  • How To Handle Hosting For Sold Websites?
    by /u/roconf on July 10, 2020 at 8:13 pm

    Hi guys, I was wondering how you manage hosting when it comes to selling a website. Let's say I sold the customer a website which needs a NodeJS backend, frontend and a database. Where should I host this? Let's also say I'm gonna have multiple customers - Is it better to go with something managed then? It's obviously more expensive then. Furthermore, what's your approach with the pricing? Do you take a fee from your customer for hosting only? Or do you offer them like ~6 hours potential dev work for the amount of X including hosting? Thanks for your thoughts submitted by /u/roconf [link] [comments]

  • AudioMass - edit audio files, trim, eq, fade, reverb, a whole DAW in 65kb of JS
    by /u/ubershmekel on July 10, 2020 at 7:43 pm

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  • React.js vs Vue.js. Which one do you prefer?
    by /u/ComfortableEye5 on July 10, 2020 at 4:52 pm

    I am looking forward to learn a js framework and am thinking about react or vue. My end goal is to learn both, but I need to start somewhere. If you choose an option please comment why you have chosen that. Thanks reddit! View Poll submitted by /u/ComfortableEye5 [link] [comments]

  • An Eleventy Starter with Tailwind CSS and Alpine.js
    by Greg Wolanski on July 10, 2020 at 2:54 pm

    When I decided to try to base my current personal website on Eleventy, I didn’t want to reinvent the wheel: I tested all the Eleventy starters built with Tailwind CSS that I could find in Starter Projects from the documentation. Many of the starters seemed to integrate Tailwind CSS in a contrived way. Also, some of them seemed to assume that no one updates Tailwind’s configuration on the fly while working on a website. That’s why I integrated Eleventy … Read article “An Eleventy Starter with Tailwind CSS and Alpine.js” The post An Eleventy Starter with Tailwind CSS and Alpine.js appeared first on CSS-Tricks.

  • We need more inclusive web performance metrics
    by Robin Rendle on July 10, 2020 at 2:53 pm

    Scott Jehl argues that performance metrics such as First Contentful Paint and Largest Contentful Paint don’t really capture the full picture of everyone’s experience with websites: These metrics are often touted as measures of usability or meaning, but they are not necessarily meaningful for everyone. In particular, users relying on assistive technology (such as a screenreader) may not perceive steps in the page loading process until after the DOM is complete, or even later depending on how JavaScript may block … Read article “We need more inclusive web performance metrics” The post We need more inclusive web performance metrics appeared first on CSS-Tricks.