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CxJS and Tailwind CSS

CxJS can be easily combined with CSS frameworks such as Bootstrap or Tailwind CSS as all CSS classes generated by the framework are prefixed. This post is about Tailwind CSS and how it nicely complements CxJS.
Marko Stijak
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Upgrade from Webpack 4 to Webpack 5

Webpack 5 offers improved compilation performance with persistent caching and other improvements. Playing with webpack configuration is a tricky task and that is why we’re offering this small guide where you can find a short step-by-step guide here on how to update, explaining everything along the way.
Ognjen Stefanović
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The Office Syndrome

We all sit too much and it's impacting our health. Here we will try to describe some realistic ways of improving a sedentary lifestyle.
Karadža Vladimir
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Dark Mode

A lot of talk was made recently about possible benefits of dark mode due to a harmful blue light emanating from our displays. So why is it all of a sudden such a big deal?
Karadža Vladimir
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How to publish your CxJS application on Netlify

Learn how to easily publish your CxJS-based Single Page Application (SPA) on Netlify with this comprehensive guide. Discover how to configure URL rewriting and take advantage of Netlify's global deployment, continuous integration, and automatic HTTPS features. Follow along with the example of CxJS Starter Kit or use your own project located on GitHub, GitLab, or BitBucket.
Marko Stijak
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Seven Advanced CxJS Grid Features

Grid (data-table) widget is a very important building block of enterprise applications. CxJS includes a versatile grid control which beside standard grid operations such as selection, sorting, paging, and filtering, offers more advanced features out of the box.
Marko Stijak
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Squeeze your webpack bundles even more by extracting Babel helpers

If you’re using webpack, Babel and React (or CxJS or Angular), you probably deal with a large number of classes. ES6 brings a nice class syntax, but it comes with a cost. In order to make things work in older browsers you’re probably using Babel to compile the code, so let’s see what Babel does.
Marko Stijak
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How to Make Boring World Bank Data Look Stunningly Attractive?

Learn how to transform dull figures into visually pleasing images. Discover the power of the human brain in processing visual data and how to use it to tell a great story from otherwise boring data. With these tips, you can create stunning visualizations that convey complex information in a fraction of a second.
Sinisa M.
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How To Meet the Expectations of Digital Natives? Give Them Visuals!

Digital natives, particularly Generation Z, demand instant solutions to their online problems and prefer visual communication. With 92% of them going online daily, businesses need to adapt to meet their expectations. Learn how the power of visuals can help you engage with these tech-savvy youths and improve your online presence.
Sinisa M.
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Cx: Examples, examples, examples

When checking out, or learning, a new framework, few things are more helpful to a developer than a comprehensive collection of examples they can explore, fiddle with, or simply copy the code from. For this reason, we made an effort to assemble such a collection.
Igor Timarac
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New Themes for Cx

In the last couple of weeks, we worked hard on new themes for Cx and this post will provide answers to some of the questions we faced so far.
Marko Stijak
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Your First Cx Chart

In this informative post, we'll guide you through the first steps of creating charts using Cx. Follow along with Cx Fiddle as we use historical data from Yahoo Finance to visualize Google's stock price over the last two years. Learn how to easily convert CSV to JSON, and add it to the data tab of your Cx chart. Start charting today with Cx!
Marko Stijak
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