Best Toolkit for Web Development
Everything is competitive in this day and age. No matter what your field of expertise is, you’re going to end up being left behind by your competition if you remain stagnant and not progress.
In the field of web development, a website can be run easily thanks to the many website builders that are already available today. However, you have to ensure that you take measures that will help you get ahead of the pack.
In today’s article, I will provide you with the tools that you need to help you get faster results.
1. Start with the Marvel App
This is a tool that you can use even without a computer. All you need is a suitable smartphone that can run this application.
The Marvel app is a simple yet powerful design platform that allows you to create prototypes, mockups, and Wireframe your ideas all in one place.
The good thing is that it is virtually for free so you can use it to start with your web design ideas to get the ball rolling.
Create a Simple User Interface Using JSON, React, Vue, etc.
Once you have your design mockups in place, you can then proceed to establish the user interface of your website.
To help you get started really fast, you can use these tools:
- JSON Server- Allows you to get things up and running with virtually no coding required. Everything can be set up with just a few clicks and you can have a website up and running in less than 30 seconds.
- React- Allows you to create web apps by using only one command line. All of the things that you need are provided in the GitHub server for easy access. Also, should there be any problems or if there are still things that are not familiar to you, there is a comprehensive user guide that you can access from the GitHub page as well.
- Bootstrap/Vue- A collective set of tools and frameworks that allow you to create a website that is not only responsive (complete with all of the features that you want) but also mobile-friendly as well.
- React Native Starter Kit- Created by Matt Mcnamee, this allows you to create a website that has cross-platform and cross-browser support. All of the features that you implement using this kit will work no matter where you access it, which is actually pretty neat.
3. Use Server Side Starter Kits
Once you’ve come up with your initial code, then you need to put it all into practice. The best thing that you can do is use a server-side starter kit. Fortunately, Sahat Yalbakov has provided a hackathon starter pack that gives you the ability and the flexibility to use the previously generated code and turn it into an actual website.
For more advanced users: You can use “Parse”, which is an open-source backend as a service medium that lets you deploy everything as a node app. This is a bit more technical, but it the flexibility and the features are there.