It is the one of most popular scripting language used in millions of the webpages these days. Its main purpose is to allow web developers to add functionality and interactivity to webpages.
- Swap images when the user rolls over an image or clicks the button.
- Creating pop-up windows
- Writing dynamic contents.
- Open browser window.
- Perform form data validation.
- Creating drop down menus.
- Creating games.
- Performing mathematical calculations.
- Check browser version, screen resolution.
- Alert messages.
- Creating animations.
In this way, you can think of the term framework quite literally. Houses also rely on frameworks as a skeleton for the overall support and shape of an outer framing. Software frameworks do the same.
This is why Node.js lends the capacity for command-line tools and server-side scripting.
The framework uses a model-view-viewmodel (MVVM) architectural pattern. This pattern separates the graphical user interface (UI) – or the view – from the business logic of the application – or the model. The viewmodel layer is a converter medium that synchronizes data.
AngularJS & Angular
Angular is maintained by Google and addresses common complications in building single-page applications (SPAs). This framework works by leveraging HTML vocabulary on dynamic web pages. In the past, HTML could only be used for static content.
SPAs work by dynamically loading content from the webserver rather than the web browser. As a result, SPAs function in a similar fashion to mobile applications and do not need to be reloaded.
Components are transient and manipulate the markup text and styles of an application UI. Services are objects that live for the duration of an application. They can be made available for different parts of your applications and are best used for persistent states.
Both frameworks have a one-way data flow, which is considered more intuitive than bi-directional data binding. Hot reload is another popular feature of the React frameworks allowing developers to immediately see changes as they are applied.
Adopting code from frameworks is more holistic than using libraries. A framework doesn’t just offer a singular solution but a complete template for development. The advantage is more organization and greater efficiency.
Google Tag Manager
Google Tag Manager is a free tool from Google that enables developers to manage and deploy marketing tags with ease. You might already be using it on your website to make it easier for you to manage your tags and track their performance.
- Navigate to Google Tag Manager and click Tags -> New
- Click on Tag Configuration and then select Custom HTML
- Choose Page View as the triggering option
- Go to the top right corner of the page and click Publish to save the changes
- Download and install Word Press’ Header-Footer plugin
- Go to Settings -> Header-Footer
Or you can plug the code in manually by following these instructions:
- Log in to your Word Press Admin Panel
- Go to Appearance -> Editor (make sure you’re selecting theme editor here)
- Select either Footer.php or Index.php
- Find </body> the HTML tag
- Copy and paste the tracking code before the </body> tag
- Click Update File to save the changes
You can add a code block to your site by completing the following steps:
- Edit a page or post and find an insert point. Then click Code from the menu.
- Add your code in the text field that pops up
- Click Apply to save your changes
Here are step-by-step instructions for the process:
- Figure out where in your HTML file you want to add the code. Generally, either the header or footer of the document is going to be your best bet.
- Place a <script>tag inside of the chosen field
- Save the changes you’ve made and upload the edited HTML file to your site
- Start by logging into your WIX account and clicking on Tracking & Analytics
- Click on New Tool and select either Custom or a standard tool such as Google Analytics or Facebook Pixel
- Name your code so that you can keep track of it
- Click Add Code to Page -> Load code on each new page
- Decide whether you want the code to be displayed in the Head, Body, or Body-end section of the page
- Click Apply to make the changes live
- Log into your Hubs pot account and navigate to Marketing -> Files -> Templates -> Design Tools
- Locate the left sidebar menu and click Actions -> New File. If you don’t see this, you may need to expand the Folder Icon to find the menu options.
- Go to the upper-right corner of the page and click Publish Changes.