• UI Libraries for React, Vue, and Angular

    04/07/2021 at 09:42 0 comments

    When you hear about JavaScript programming, React, Vue, and Angular are three famous JavaScript frameworks. These frameworks apply various patterns, flows, and structures to develop web applications to make the programming quick, easy, and structured. With proper web programming patterns, the web app becomes organized and scalable over time. That is thanks to JavaScript frameworks. However, you still need UI libraries to integrate various features in the web app hassle-free. The good news is that lots of UI libraries available to choose from. These libraries ensure that your web app will have proper features. Each of them offers unique functionalities and components to make web development with frameworks a lit easier. Plus, rest assured that your web app becomes feature-rick and powerful. Below are the best UI libraries for React, Vue, and Angular:

    React

    1. Prime React 

    This UI library is designed to change your React app’s overall UI theme boundary. It offers a comprehensive, accessible, flexible, and design-agnostic React UI components collection. You can take advantage of different UI components for buttons, menus, data representation, form designs, to name a few. It offers UI design elements that you will find unique to any other UI libraries as it allows you to have well-crafted views using the components into the React app.
    1. React Toolbox

    This UI library is one of the most valuable options you must know as a React developer. It helps in providing advanced React components that are essential for building an outstanding React UI. With this UI library, you can take advantage of different components with elements that are based on the Material Design UI of Google. You can even customize these components.
    1. Styled Component 

    If you choose this UI library, you can write CSS designs with more innovation and power. Since the components harness the tagged template literals, you can quickly write the actual CSS codes to the UI library components. This UI library also redeems styles with the components at the low-level constructs and higher-level elements. Plus, it removes the mapping between the styles and components for easy CSS styles application.
    1. Formik 

    Formik offers adaptable, intuitive, and declarative elements you can use to build dynamic forms with ease. You do not need to worry about the annoying and repetitive stuff when keeping track of validation, errors handling submissions, and values.

    Vue

    1. Ant Design Vue 

    This UI library for Vue provided design components for enterprise-level products. It is primarily designed for React framework but currently available with enterprise-level UI components. When you use this library, you can deliver an enterprise-level UI interactivity and experience. While you can set the best quality Vue components, you can try sharing the design for React resources.
    1. Vuetify 

    Vuetify is one of the top options by many Vue developers because of its powerful UI components. It puts the material design components at its disposal. You can choose from a wide array of expertly crafted UI components, where you can build engaging and rich user experiences. This UI library also adapts a mobile-first design approach. That way, you can build an application with compatibility with any device platform. It also comes with a community that can help you solve any related issues. If you want to build design elements as quickly as possible, this one is for you.
    1. Element 

    This Vue2.0-based UI library offers a state-of-the-art UI themes and components. As a desktop-based UI library, the components are modern and beautiful, with plugins that provide various functionalities. The components offered by this UI library are customizable, thanks to different component attributes. Plus, the UI elements allow you to build an intuitive and modern application.
    1. Vue Draggable 

    Vue Draggable is the right UI library for you for list-based drag and drops... Read more »

  • Announcement: Change to TinyMCE Cloud Stable

    12/09/2020 at 04:38 0 comments

    TinyMCE 4 HTML Editor through TinyMCE Cloud stable channel becomes unavailable come 25th of February, 2021.

    TinyMCE 5, unlike its predecessors, offers a more outstanding user-experience with its innovative mobile-first design. Switching to the sleek TinyMCE 5 on the cloud immediately is highly recommended to be abreast of its cutting-edge functionality and features.

    We earlier announced TinyMCE 4.x support termination until 31st of December, 2020, allowing us to concentrate more of our attention and focus on the ground plan to TinyMCE 5 and the future.

    Given this, online services accessibility for the TinyMCE 4 ends on these dates:

    • November 30, 2020 – CacheFly CDN
    • February 25, 2021 – TinyMCE CDN
    • February 25, 2021 – Tiny Cloud stable

    http://tinymce.cachefly.net/

    https://cdn.tinymce.com/

    https://cloud.tinymce.cloud/stable & https://cdn.tiny.cloud/stable

    Migrating to TinyMCE 5

    Updating the TinyMCE script file source in your HTML pages is necessary by replacing no-api-key with your own API key from your Tiny account dashboard to start migrating to TinyMCE 5.

    Upon switching to Tiny Cloud via the above-shown URL, upgrade is automatic to the latest TinyMCE 5.

    Users might need further changes, dependent on the configuration. We suggest reading our tips and guide on migrating to TinyMCE 5 from TinyMCE 4.

    Remember to use the URL below to stay on TinyMCE 4:

    Call us for information about these changes on the WYSIWYG HTML Editor or for assistance regarding the TinyMCE 5 switch.