close

UXPin Blog — Design Studio

  • How to Deploy a React App: Step-by-Step Guide

    by Aneeqa Khan
    Designing Car Interfaces 1

    If you are looking to make your web application available to the public, then this article is for you. Today, Aneeqa will guide you through the detailed steps for deploying your ReactJS App created using UXPin Merge. UXPin Merge is an invaluable tool for crafting stunning web applications effortlessly, sans any coding. By leveraging its

    (…)
  • Laravel and Tailwind CSS — A Quick Integration Guide

    by UXPin
    Web Design Basics min

    If you’re developing a web application that requires both robust backend functionalities and a flexible, stylish frontend, Laravel and Tailwind CSS make a perfect combination. There are several other popular CSS frameworks and libraries you can use with Laravel. Tailwind CSS stands out from other CSS frameworks due to several distinctive features that cater to

    (…)
  • Node JS vs React JS – A Quick Comparison of Two JavaScript Frameworks

    by UXPin
    Why do developers use frameworks

    Node.js and React.js are two popular technologies in web development, but they serve different purposes within the development stack. Node.js is a runtime environment used for backend services, while React is a front-end library focused on building user interfaces of web applications (frontend development). Node.js and React.js are often used together in full-stack JavaScript applications

    (…)
  • Still hungry for the design?

    UXPin is a product design platform used by the best designers on the planet. Let your team easily design, collaborate, and present from low-fidelity wireframes to fully-interactive prototypes.

    Start your free trial
  • What is React and why use it for your app?

    by UXPin
    What is React and why use it for your app

    Designing an app is complicated at the best of times, so anything that will make it simpler is always welcome. That’s where React comes in. What is React? It is a library of JavaScript code and components designed to make the creation of user interfaces easier. As an open-source framework, it has been used to

    (…)
  • What is a Front-End Engineer?

    by UXPin
    frontend engineer

    Front-end engineers play a crucial role in shaping the visual and interactive aspects of software applications, contributing to the overall success of the product. They are the ones who develop the user interface and user experience of websites and web applications, ensuring they are visually appealing, interactive, and optimized for performance across various devices and

    (…)
  • Engineering KPIs — Key Performance Indicators for Your Engineering Team

    by UXPin
    Engineering KPIs

    Key Performance Indicators, or KPIs, in engineering are essential metrics used to evaluate the performance and effectiveness of development processes, projects, and teams. By paying close attention to those indicators, engineering teams can assess their performance, identify areas for improvement, and deliver robust, scalable, and secure products that meet user needs and business objectives. Meet

    (…)
  • NextJS vs React — Which One is Better for Web Development?

    by UXPin
    next js vs react

    Next.js and React are related but serve different purposes and have distinct features. React in the context of Next.js is the foundational library used to build the user interface components, while Next.js provides a framework with added features and conventions for building React-based web applications. Design interactive interfaces without pushing pixels. Bring your coded components

    (…)
  • Figma to React — Best Plugins and Alternatives

    by UXPin
    Figma to React min

    The transition from design to code is a challenge for many product teams. Figma is the cornerstone of many design processes, but translating its visual elements into interactive React components is a complex and often tense task for designers and developers. Let’s explore the Figma-to-React conversion process, evaluate top plugins, and unveil an alternative to

    (…)
  • Which Programming Languages and Frameworks Will You Hear About as a UX Designer?

    by UXPin
    Programming Languages for UX Designer

    With hundreds of programming languages, it can be overwhelming for UX and product designers to comprehend or decide which one is worth learning. While learning code isn’t essential for a UX designer’s job, it can help them understand technical constraints and improve collaboration with development teams. This article explores six programming languages for UI/UX designers

    (…)
  • Why Use React in 2024

    by UXPin
    Why use React

    React is a JavaScript library developed by Facebook, designed to create interactive user interfaces for web apps. In this article, we’re unpacking the magic of React, emphasizing its impact on user interface design, user experience (UX), and team collaboration.  Key takeaways: Build prototypes of React apps fast. Use UXPin Merge and import React components to

    (…)
  • Software Engineer vs Web Developer – What is the Difference?

    by UXPin
    software engineer vs web developer

    Comparing software engineers and web developers can provide valuable insights into the nuances of each role, helping you make informed decisions about your career path, skill development, and professional growth. Build user interfaces with the best user experience with UXPin Merge, a code-first UI builder. Drag and drop UI components from top open-source libraries and

    (…)
  • Laravel with React — How to Build a Web App Fast

    by UXPin
    Laravel with React

    Building a web app using Laravel with React offers a winning combination of robustness, efficiency, flexibility, and user experience. By leveraging the strengths of these technologies and their respective ecosystems, we can create a modern, scalable, and competitive web app that meets the needs and expectations of our users and stakeholders. Build a Laravel app

    (…)

We use cookies to improve performance and enhance your experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.