Do you have an interest in design but aren’t fully convinced to purchase a design program? Maybe you’re a web developer needing clean and convenient designs for your project. Perhaps you’re simply looking to expand your skills by using different design programs to create unique projects, or you need to elevate your professional profile picture with a simple, colorful background. Thankfully, there are plenty of free design programs, illustrations, and icons available at your convenience to help you with your mission.

What are some free design tools?

Here is a list of 9 free design tools found on Producthunt you can use today!


Let’s set up a Tailwind CSS React App.

It’s a straightforward process that requires a few installations and a bit of configuration.

Install Node.js


With blogs and publications, I think there’s a huge gap between writing about venture-backed startups and bootstrappers. You’ll likely read about a $2.5 million seed round before hearing about a profitable bootstrapper. This seems a little backward and likely creates an unfortunate bias. Founders might think they must raise funding even though investor interests can be misaligned. Many already believe you’re better off focusing on profitability rather than worrying about scale and funding. However, how is this actually possible? Who are the people doing this? How long will this take?

As I found myself asking these questions, I came across…


Pricing tables are a great way for users to directly compare packages. I’ll provide a few Bootstrap 5.0 pricing tables before providing other Bootstrap pricing tables found on CodePen.

Bootstrap 5.0 Pricing Tables

If you are new to Bootstrap checkout Top 3 CSS Frameworks for a brief rundown of how to add the CDNs along with using the custom class attribute values.

Bootstrap 5.0 Pricing Table — Example 1

Here is a simple pricing table that on hover, scales up the card, shadows the user’s section, and changes the button color.


Tailwind CSS documentation provides free sample components.

Some of which are form layouts and inputs.

I’ll showcase these basic Tailwind form components and also include some CodePen projects for some additional examples of how to customize your own Tailwind CSS forms.

How to add Tailwind CSS to a project

Add Tailwind CSS via CDN

HTML template with Tailwind CSS CDN

<!doctype html>
<html lang="en">
<head>
<!-- Required meta tags -->
<meta charset="utf-8">
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">

<!-- Tailwind CSS -->
<link href="https://unpkg.com/tailwindcss@^2/dist/tailwind.min.css" rel="stylesheet">


<title>Tailwind CSS CDN - Get Started</title>
</head>
<body>




</body>
</html>

As of this article, Tailwind is currently on version 2.0.3. Nest the one stylesheet CDN…


JavaScript is one of the most popular and widely used languages. It is used everywhere, from front-end development to back-end development. It has a large community, and therefore, it has a lot of libraries and frameworks. These libraries make JS more powerful and easier. They save the developer from writing everything from scratch and thus save development and testing time. The code becomes reusable and more maintainable. JS provides a wide range of libraries for various purposes. In this article, we will talk about 18 JavaScript libraries that you should know. So, without further ado, let’s get started.

jQuery

jQuery is…


Imagine.

A form where customers can choose their appointment date and time.

No emailing back and forth, just a pre-set appointment time that the customer chose for themselves.

Enter the React datepicker Flatpikr.

What is Flatpickr?

Flatpickr is a lightweight, UX-driven JavaScript library with Angular, Vue, Ember, and React compatibility.

It’s a fraction of other date time libraries and is supported on IE9, Edge, Chrome, Safari, and Firefox browsers.

Features include:

How to create a React datepicker


Building a website can take months.

Luckily there are frameworks, minimal coding, and no-code solutions designed to help anyone build a quick website.

Here are 4 tips to build your own website from the ground up.

Tip #1: Use Web Frameworks

First up, web frameworks. A web framework or web application framework is a software framework designed to standardize the building and deployment of web applications.

Popular web frameworks such as Ruby on Rails, Flask, and Django are all frameworks.

Django

Version: 3.1.7


Deploying a React App requires several packages to bundle the files and convert the code to JavaScript.

In this React tutorial, we will first bundle our React Chatbot with webpack and Babel. Then in a later section, we will deploy it to an AWS S3 bucket.

What is needed to bundle a React App?

All of these packages are discussed in detail below.

Creating a React App

This tutorial assumes that you have already created and configured your React App using Facebook’s create-react-app


React is one of the most popular technologies in web development. A JavaScript library developed by Facebook, React has gained immense popularity in recent years. More and more projects are being developed using React. It has several benefits. It is flexible, easy to learn and understand, and provides top-notch performance.

Searching on Github, you can find a variety of creative projects that demonstrate the ingenuity of the open-source world. Check out the projects below to inspire your next creation or fork one of the branches and start making a project your own. …

Ordinary Coders

Coding can be difficult. Get motivated by learning to code with interactive, step-by-step tutorials. https://ordinarycoders.com/

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