I am a no-code tool user. In fact, I really like using these tools. I love it when something speeds up the amount of time I have to spend on something and I am an early adopter of no-code products. But, there is something I must tell you. I DO NOT recommend building a full-stack web app with a no-code tool.
Today I was exploring the new Laravel 8 framework and found the new composer package that Laravel is using for authentication view scaffolding. I was initially a little concerned about the move away from React/Vue, but I decided to give it a try anyway.
I’m a millennial, and I grew up on a farm knowing what business and hard work meant, and one day in my teens I decided that I hated business. I decided that when I was out of school, I would work for my family farm, or find a job for someone else, but in no way did I want to manage and run a business myself.
When we first started managing this website, we seen around 15-20 users on average of their website per day. Now, in September of 2020, we are seeing anywhere from 200-300 users of their website daily, and in the past year have seen over 50,000 people checking out products on Garden Gate's site.
SSL/TLS security is so important in today's online world. In this video, I share a little bit about how it works, and why you should make sure that websites you submit any information to are properly secured.
A few weeks ago, I wanted to write my journey towards software development on a timeline for people to read. As I thought about what cms I would use, and how I would develop the site, I got out of bed one night at 12:46 am with the idea of making the website for everyone.
I am tired of software tools marketing themselves as "no code". Not because I dislike the tools, but because along with this marketing scheme come a couple larger lies.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog about why I was going to move to Bootstrap instead of Webflow for the css framework on the NurseryPeople website. A week later, I changed my mind, and decided to stick with using Webflow, and I wanted to share why.
Why I thought I had decided to rebuild the site with Bootstrap. (Later I changed my mind.)
Learn how to create user friendly urls for Strapi and Nuxt through GraphQl queries in this article. Access your blogs at /blog/your-slug and more.
For our company, Soltech, we have decided to develop most of our websites in Webflow. Today, I want to share the journey of how I found Webflow and a little bit about our story of getting to where we are today.
This article is an in depth article covering how to install Bootstrap, Vue, and BootstrapVue in your Laravel Project.
Learn how easy it is to edit the redirect route after login in Laravel Spark here.
A place where nursery people- landscapers, retailers, and people who just love plants- can come together to find the wholesale nurseries and the plants that they grow.
In this article I share how to target all versions of Internet Explorer in HTML and CSS, including the latest versions of Internet Explorer. To do this, you need to add a comment in your CSS and a Media query.
Last year, I decided to no longer include photos in our email campaigns and I have seen that since we made that change, the percentage of opens and clicks rise each time I send an email.
In order to refresh the image on LinkedIn and other social platforms, all you need to do is add ?reset=1 to the end of the URL that you want to share in your post. You must go to Facebooks debugging page to refresh there.
Local services have a huge advantage on Google search and others for one major reason. They are local. Even if there are 50 other service companies in your area, you have a huge opportunity to rank keywords to your local customers, and it is not as hard as you might think.