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Using Typescript Types in Webix UI Framework with Live Demo

JavaScript, as a loosely typed programming language, causes a lot of troubles to web developers. Luckily, for the big world this problem has been solved long ago with the TypeScript language that adds strict typing and classed-based OOP to JavaScript apps.

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With Webix you can also follow the TypeScript pattern and enjoy all the benefits of static typing from hints on methods’ usage during development to stable applications in the long run. The article below will tell you how to do it.
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How to Create a Desktop App Using CSS and HTML5? Windows UI Example

Native applications are increasingly replaced by their Web analogues. More and more companies are developing cross-platform products and services, and you can do the same with Webix. The powerful javascript widgets library is capable of repeating any interface and, to prove this, let’s replicate Windows 10 interface in a web application.

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Webix UI Library New Release: Spreadsheet with Stories

While we are working hard on the nearest Webix release, we can already present a powerful update of the complex JavaScript Spreadsheet widget. To march in step with the cutting-edge trends in application development we have added…
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…the possibility of creating Spreadsheet stories! Now, you can share your life experience within the widget without having to switch to Facebook or Instagram in the middle of the working day.
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Client Side vs Server Side UI Rendering. Advantages and Disadvantages

The main aim of this article is to compare two popular approaches to the UI rendering: server-side and client-side.

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We’ll check their pros and cons to help you decide whether one of them can replace the other or you’ll have to balance between them following the requirements to your project. (more…)


How to debug code and develop UI effectively with Webix UI Framework

“Debugging is like being the detective in a crime movie
where you are also the murderer”. Filipe Fortes

Want to develop Webix-based apps wisely and efficiently? Tired of red-eye nights spent by the computer screen? Still feel pain after catching that naughty untrackable bug last week?

Then it’s high time to arm yourself with technology and knowledge. Today I am going to get you acquainted with debugging tools that Webix offers right out of the box.

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