Category: Development

What is Node.js And Why Should You Use it?

Node.js is an event-oriented JavaScript execution environment with non-blocking I / O, which makes it efficient and undemanding to resources. Compared with the initial browsers, it’s a broad functional programming language with multiple capabilities. In fact, industry experts have simply defined it by coining the ph...

Going From Dumb Little Idea to Real Website in Like 10 Minutes

I live in Bend, Oregon. I woke up with the dumbest idea ever that there should be a little food truck map website and it should be called Vend, Oregon. It’s not my finest idea, but hey, I’m full of those. Fortunately, we don’t have to spend all day on this. 1) Figure out what’s going to go on t...

Bubbly Backgrounds: Moving Backgrounds for Your Website

It’s not modern if it doesn’t move. Of course, this also applies to your website’s background. Bubbly Backgrounds are at your service. JavaScript for Bubbles Bubbly Backgrounds is a very small JavaScript written by a Norwegian developer called David who goes by the name of Tipsy on Github. With its co...

Hologram: Free Mac App For a Smooth Start With WebVR

Freelancers that make their money off customer projects have little time for new technologies. With Hologram, you can get a sneak peek at WebVR, without losing entire monthly incomes in the process. Hologram is a native app for macOS and is as such useless for everyone that does their daily work using Windows. Mac user...

RSJoomla!: The Professional Joomla Supplier Has Something for You (Comment to Win)

Joomla follows WordPress as the second most popular and most used CMS worldwide. The team of professional supplier RSJoomla! has something to give away to three lucky readers of our beloved Noupe magazine. Joomla is Still More Popular Than Any Other CMS Besides WordPress Joomla has had a hard time a little more than te...

Responsive SVG: What’s Possible, and What Isn’t?

Responsive layouts are indispensable in web design. On the one hand, there are ever-shrinking displays on smartphones, and on the other hand, there’s the size increase of desktop displays. Between that, there are phablets, tablets, as well as netbooks, notebooks, and what not. Thanks to CSS, technically optimiz...

How to Know When and What to Upgrade About Your Website

Your website is a core part of your business, although you might not feel that it is. It sure is at the fore front of your battle for attention. Keep it shiny, performant and on top of the evolution. Disclaimer: This post was written by Noupe staff through an activation with HireInfluence on behalf of Liquid Web. Altho...

Nostalgia Alert: Windows 95 in the Browser

Do you miss the nineties and the early days of visual interfaces for the mass market? If you do, I have a functional version of Windows 95 that doesn’t need to be installed for you. I’ll admit it, this is an article for the lunch break, but this project made me feel nostalgic. The execution is actually impr...

Full Control over Grids: Firefox’ New Layout Panel For CSS Grids

Previously, proper grid based layouts were only possible via inconvenient ways. The new CSS grids, which have been available in the newer versions of the popular browsers for a little while now, finally allow for these layouts. In Firefox, at least in the Nightly version, there’s a new layout panel in the inspect...

Taffy: Slim CSS Framework Based on CSS Flexbox

The syntax of CSS Flexbox isn’t that easy to grasp. If you don’t deal with it on a daily basis, you’d rather use something more straightforward if and as needed. The tiny CSS framework Taffy is that thing. CSS Flexbox: Induction Inevitable Here at Noupe, we’ve already dealt with Flexbox several ...