You want to make a nice, elegant and modern form using the new design standards of Material Design, I’ll try to give you a 5-minutes way to do so with Materialize, a JQuery library, based on these guidelines. Get Started Get the assets from Materialize and add it in web directory of your project following Symfony… Continue reading
Mobile Apps are a crucial part of our daily life. Yet, building a native mobile app for everyone requires to have knowledge in at least two languages: Java for Android and Swift or Objective-C for iOS. At least, that’s what I thought until I discovered React Native. What is React Native? React Native is a… Continue reading
Unfortunately there’s no way* to develop an iOS app without a Mac. Fortunately that doesn’t mean you need to switch to a Macbook, there is another way. *No legal way. You might find articles suggesting installing OS X (or macOS as it’s now branded) in a virtual machine, but this breaches Apple’s EULA and often… Continue reading
Following our introduction to the Electron framework and our demo using Angular with Electron, the Electron experience continues! In this article dedicated to the Windows platform, we will expand on how to associate a file extension to your Electron application and how to import a data store from a file after double-clicking on it. How to set… Continue reading
Following our introduction to the Electron framework, this article wants to give you the tools to develop and serve a real, complex application to your users, regardless of their platform. To illustrate this article, we enriched our electron-boilerplate repository. You can checkout the electron-with-angular branch to see how we put in place AngularJS on our project.
Electron, formerly known as Atom Shell, is an awesome framework that lets you develop and build applications for all operating systems as seamlessly as possible! Here is how we started working with it and appreciating it!