We added some new features to Anymod to help developers collaborate (or not).
Now you can share web templates & ideas on Anymod: send your sections to others or fork sections from public projects. For example…
This post is to help you upgrade from Component IO to Anymod.
Along with renaming Component IO to Anymod, we’ve introduced syntax changes to simplify working with external libraries and to ensure there are no long-term compatibility issues with…
Learn how to easily build a web page using components and a small amount of code.
We’ll use free website components from Component IO to build a basic web page from scratch, adding pieces as we go that we can easily edit from our online…
Right now, most of us are used to putting images on our website like this:
Setting up a web page is often pretty straightforward. That is, until you have one or two little pieces of functionality that make everything take 5 times as long. For me, that something is usually a contact form.
This tutorial takes 5–10 minutes.
In this tutorial you will use a web component to render HTML on a webpage. Once the component is in place, you’ll be able to edit the content without touching your code.
In this tutorial you will use a web component to render text on a webpage. Once the component is in place, you’ll be able to edit the text without touching your code.