Modyo’s Developer Tips

Ideas, tips, and best practices directly from our Modyo experts.

Modyo’s Developer Tips
Liquid
Felipe Meyer

Felipe Meyer

Using Liquid on Modyo

Liquid is an open source template language created by Shopify and written in Ruby. At Modyo we use this language to add dynamic capabilities to our digital channels.

Insights
Carlos Solís

Carlos Solís

Strategies for reverting changes in production

Writing code is a complex task that, despite having quality control systems and peer reviews, always carries the risk of an error reaching production, learn the strategies to avoid these issues and clear methods to revert errors when they occur.

Tutorial
Carlos Solís

Carlos Solís

How to use reCaptcha on Modyo

In today's digital world, safeguarding websites against spam and malicious automated access is more crucial than ever and reCAPTCHA has become an essential tool in this effort.

Tutorial
Carlos Solis

Carlos Solis

Get started with the Dynamic Framework

If you want to accelerate the development process of your web applications, Dynamic framework is an open-source option that can assist you in crafting experiences optimized for the financial sector.

Tutorial
Carlos Solis

Carlos Solis

Set up your custom domains with Modyo

A custom domain significantly contributes to your brand's identity. From subdomains for specific projects to personalized landing pages, the versatility of custom domains is key to standing out on the web. In this Developer tip we show you how to set up your domain in Modyo.

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Insights
Suzanne Rubinstein

Suzanne Rubinstein

Deep dive into the Modyo Roles

Modyo facilitates a streamlined content administration and publishing process by offering the capability to assign distinct roles to individual users.

JS
Carlos Solis

Carlos Solis

3 ways to sort your content pages entries

The new content pages gives us great flexibility to modify the look and feel of our websites and even perform advanced processes on the information displayed, for example, filtering and sorting.

Tutorial
Suzanne Rubinstein

Suzanne Rubinstein

Creating a Microfrontend with Vite

Vite is an excellent starting point for creating your microfrontends in Modyo, as it allows you to create modern and robust projects based on both Vue and React. In React, it also allows you to replace the outdated create-react-app command.

Develop
Carlos Solis

Carlos Solis

How to enhance your PWA with HTML tags for iOS and Android

Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are becoming an increasingly popular way to deliver high-quality mobile experiences to users. PWAs can be accessed through a web browser like a traditional site while providing a native app-like experience with offline functionality, push notifications, and an icon on the mobile home screen.

Develop
Daniel Garza

Daniel Garza

Generate your Manifest JSON using Modyo Platform

A manifest.json contains all the required information to let a user’s web browser interact with your PWA (progressive web application). Developing PWAs is time-consuming and creating the configuration files is one of the least interesting parts of the work. In Modyo we offer a way to automatically generate the manifest.json to avoid distractions to your workflow.

Tutorial
Carlos Solis

Carlos Solis

Using multiple widgets in the same page

When using the micro frontend architecture in Modyo, we can use multiple widgets on the same page. We can use them to work together, offering solutions to complex scenarios.

Liquid
Felipe Meyer

Felipe Meyer

Connect Content with Channels in Modyo

One of the great features that we have in Modyo is our independent content management system in Content. We're going to demonstrate how the Liquid SDK works to be able to connect Content with Channels, our web application and content manager solution.