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On the CodeWall site they've posted a new tutorial showing you how to integrate the Summernote WYSIWYG editor into your Laravel application for easier content creation. Summernote is one of many potential WYSIWYG editors that will work easily with Laravel. What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG), is mostly used by the developers for describing a software program which they use for checking visibility of the final product. A user friendly interface is required to run WYSIWYG program. While to write descriptive codes, a developer could use WYSIWYG editor which helps them to see the content that will appear as the end result. [...] Well users of Laravel have good news, it supports multiple WYSIWYG editors. Therefore, if you are a developer and like developing applications with this brilliant framework, you're in luck. In this article, I will elaborate about the best WYSIWYG editors you can use working with Laravel. With a plethora of WYSIWYG editors available, it's quite hard to decide which one best suits your needs. Well, you don't have to worry a bit. I will provide a detailed account on some of the best Laravel WYSIWYG editors in this article. With these editors, you can easily develop your content and codes. I will also highlight the pros and cons of WYSIWYG editors. They made the choice to go with Summernote and walk you through the integration process including: a listing of some of the prerequisites configuring the database and making migrations for the content building out the routes, models, views, and controllers They also show how to add the Summernote instance to a view and configure it to your liking.
It isn’t always easy to find the right mockup for your header or feature image. Using a mockup generator can help you tweak and customize a mockup to match your needs perfectly. Mostly because high-quality stock photos and images are hard to find, and can come with hefty price tags. Even when you do find […]
Managing content assets is a strenuous task. Whether it is social media or some blog, they have numerous sources of extensive data. And managing them simultaneously can be burdensome. Data is used for numerous reasons. Many businesses use the information to stand out from the competition. It is essential to present that same data the […] The post Tips and best practices for using charts and graphs in websites first appeared on Line25.
Ready to take a design risk? Try mixing photos and illustrations in the same design project. A hand drawn element can add whimsy and interest to a design that includes photography. Conversely, a photo can make a more lighthearted illustrated design seem more real or important. This technique can be a little difficult to imagine […]
Before yelling “no”, at least think about the new smartphone generation. The trend is increasing the device’s height, but not the width. Don’t you think that we need to make use of the viewport in a different way? Does this throw the horizontal menu off the map? Horizontal Navigation - an Old Standard Up For...
Developers today more than ever are facing the challenge of outside attackers infiltrating their apps. Whether the app is brought to life using experienced professional developers or low-code developers, in today’s digital zeitgeist, extra protection is always essential. App security is an important aspect of the development process that can too often be overlooked by … continue reading The post A low-code approach to app protection appeared first on SD Times.
You’ve spent weeks working on a client design, churned through the requisite nine terrible designs to get to that lone good one, tested iterations with the team and with your... The post Common Mistakes When Presenting Design Ideas to Clients, and How to Avoid Them appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
You are a smart, well-informed person. After all, you are reading Smashing Magazine so you must be. That means you are probably already convinced that you should avoid dark patterns. Maybe you have even read the new Smashing book on Ethical Design that drives the point home. However, just because we understand that we should avoid dark patterns, doesn't mean our clients and colleagues do. No doubt you have been asked more than once to implement these questionable techniques by an ill-informed stakeholder.
There was a time when it took days to get a doctor's appointment - even for regular health check-ups. But these days, the waiting times are slowly disappearing as physical appointments are being replaced by virtual real-time video appointments. What's more, this ease of service story is not confined to the patient's side alone –...
Newsletters are an important part of every company. It's an effective way of staying in touch with customers, clients, and even investors. However, designing the perfect newsletter can be a challenging task. But now, thanks to pre-made newsletter templates, the process is much easier. There's no need to hire design agencies or spend weeks crafting […]
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