Category: Web Development

Benefits of an Online Appointment Management System in the Healthcare Industry

With the penetration of technology to every service industry and sector of the economy, customers and clients are expecting convenient and streamlined services. By clicking a button or tapping a screen, they are able to get a particular service or product. Healthcare providers have not been exempted from this expectation. And as things stand, many facilities are going the extra mile to have an online doctor appointment scheduling installed. If you haven’t gotten such a system installed, you are missing out on several benefits. In this article, we seek to describe the benefits that healthcare providers can get once they have an online appointment management system in place.…

The Story of CSS Grid

CSS grid layout or CSS grid is a method that was built to make the work of web developers easy. It allows web developers to create simpler layouts that are easy to make and understand across different browsers. There are many other methods that allows user to control the web page layout but none of them has the ease and consistency as the CSS grid. It has made the life of web developers a lot easier. Even though the CSS grid is only a recommendation but it is still being used by majority of the browsers. If we compare this method of aligning the web page with other methods it is a lot more useful because with the help of CSS grid you can create more asymmetrical layouts. The major thing that all web developers need is the access to run a layout across browser…

HTML5 pushState and Single-Page apps

Imagine the situation where you have a single-page app. You start playing around with it and after some actions you decide to click the back button from the browser to go back to a previous state. Do you think your app is prepared for it? Dealing with browser history can be a headache specially if your app rely on Ajax calls or you have a single page app. Users love using the back button and developers hate it. The problem with the browser history in Single-Page applications is that the browser is not able to keep track of the states of your application, differently than the traditional multi-page app where every state is usually bound to a different URL. So what can we do to let users use the back button and at the same time make sure your application won’t break?…