Your new website is almost ready. The only thing you need is a contact form. Then, you are on the right place! This tutorial will show you how to build contact form with React, AJAX and PHP. What’s more, you will also learn how to implement reCaptcha and make your contact form secure. Now, let’s get to the work so you can ship your new website.
Have you heard about React native and Expo? Building desktop is great, but what about building mobile apps? What if you don’t have access to Android or Apple device. Or, you don’t want to learn Swift or Java. This is not a problem. React native and Expo allows you to build mobile apps on any platform for any platform. This tutorial will show you how to do it.
Building a website with GatsbyJS is incredibly simple. This tutorial will teach you how to use this static website generator to build your own website. You will learn about creating and linking pages, handling 404, managing static files and more. Learn what you need to know about GatsbyJS and build your own website. It is easier than you think.
GatsbyJS is one of the most popular static website generators. This mini series will teach you all you need to use GatsbyJS to build your own website. We will start with a short info and what makes GatsbyJS a good choice. Next, we will install required dependencies and create GatsbyJS config. Finally, we will create a couple of simple components.
When you work on a design project it is easy to lose track of how all elements should look like. This leads to inconsistent design and more work later. That is why having a style guide is so useful. Style guide helps us work fast while keeping the design consistent. Learn how to build your own style guide from scratch with React and styled-components.
Every design project should have a style guide. This is one of the best ways to ensure the design is consistent. There are many tools to create a style guide. However, building one by yourself can be beneficial. It gives you more options and freedom. This tutorial will show you how to build your own style guide from scratch using React and styled-components.