Modyo’s Developer Tips

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

Modyo’s Developer Tips
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.

Tutorial
Carlos Solis

Carlos Solis

What's Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), and how to start using it today

2-Factor Authentication (2FA) has become a standard for improving account protection and access to services. Modyo has native support for this authentication format and we show you how to activate it.

Develop
Carlos Solis

Carlos Solis

3 easy tips to improve images performance

Slow and poorly performing websites directly affect the effectiveness of a service, especially if your primary sales channel is through the web.

Framework
Felipe Meyer

Felipe Meyer

How to update Bootstrap version?

With the rapid and continuous growth of the digital industry, new versions of Bootstrap are coming out and today we are going to see how to update this library to its most recent version.

JS
Felipe Meyer

Felipe Meyer

4 ways to add JavaScript libraries in Modyo

In Modyo, the loading of external libraries is effortless and easy to maintain. We will show you the setup process based on our most common use cases.

Develop
Giorgio Saud

Giorgio Saud

Consuming external data using CORS Preflight Requests

When integrating external APIs, whether developed by Modyo, a user, or a third-party, we must take into account the cross-origin resource sharing or more commonly called CORS.

Develop
Felipe Meyer

Felipe Meyer

Accelerate your development using Emmet on Modyo

Emmet is a tool that is integrated in the Channels module in Modyo, which helps us to improve the HTML and CSS workflow. It quickens the way we write the code, using abbreviations that resolve into the complete code.

Develop
Carlos Solis

Carlos Solis

Display a prompt to install your PWA

Even if you have prepared a website to be a PWA (Progressive Web App) by enabling all the required features and settings, your user still has no way of knowing this option is available. To inform them, you can display a message on your website indicating they can now install your web app on any device. This message will appear only on devices that haven't installed the application yet.