The toddle blog

Follow along as we build toddle - the no-code framework for professionals 👶🚀

One size does not fit all.

One size does not fit all.

February 25, 2024

The tools you choose for your stack is key for any project. One-size-fits-all solutions may appeal, but they are usually more trouble than they are worth.

What is an MVP–Minimum Viable Product?

What is an MVP–Minimum Viable Product?

February 20, 2024

An MVP stands for Minimum Viable Product and is often attributed to Eric Ries, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and the author of the book “The Lean Startup.”

Don't be a toddle developer

Don't be a toddle developer

February 10, 2024

Expand your no-code skills beyond a single tool to become a versatile, multi-platform developer. Don't limit your potential as a creator — grow with the web!

No-coders are real programmers and they deserve better tools

No-coders are real programmers and they deserve better tools

January 23, 2024

No-code has come a long way and incredible applications have been built using no-code tools, however most no-code platforms still lack core functionality.

The Art of State Management in Web Development

The Art of State Management in Web Development

January 22, 2024

Each type of state has its own use cases, and when you understand them, you can ensure seamless state management across your applications. Let's dive in.

Figma, Github, and Webflow had a baby.

Figma, Github, and Webflow had a baby.

January 7, 2024

Webflow made HTML and CSS visual, and this transformative approach is available for JavaScript with toddle. it's never been a better time to build web apps.

Caching Best Practices: Boost Web App Performance.

Caching Best Practices: Boost Web App Performance.

May 21, 2023

Imagine caching as a temporary storage area that holds frequently accessed data for quick retrieval when needed. It's like stashing important info in a hole.

What Happens When an Address Goes Into a Browser?

What Happens When an Address Goes Into a Browser?

March 26, 2023

Ever wondered what happens when you enter a web address into your browser? Allow us to guide you through this fascinating process and give you an edge. 🤓

The Intricacies of Responsiveness

The Intricacies of Responsiveness

March 19, 2023

Responsiveness refers to a website or application's ability to adjust and adapt to different screen sizes and devices and offer good UX across all platforms.

Image Types: Which Way to Go?

Image Types: Which Way to Go?

February 26, 2023

Picture this: you're working on your Web App or website, and you need to decide on the right image format – But what to use? Let's uncover the mystery 😵‍💫

Unleash the Power of Edge Computing for No-Code Developers

Unleash the Power of Edge Computing for No-Code Developers

February 26, 2023

Leverage the power of Cloudflare's state-of-the-art technology with toddle and gain a competitive edge. We walk you through how toddle does this today 💪

How Becoming a No-Code Developer Made Me a Better Designer.

How Becoming a No-Code Developer Made Me a Better Designer.

February 26, 2023

Turning into a no-code developer has been a game-changer for me as a designer. It opened my eyes to software development and made me a better designer.

REST API’s – Explained

REST API’s – Explained

February 19, 2023

An API is a set of rules that allow two software systems to communicate with each other, and a REST API is one of the most used to make systems communicate.

7 Tips to Improve Your No-Code App

7 Tips to Improve Your No-Code App

February 12, 2023

The world of technology is always moving forward, and with the rise of no-code platforms, creating web applications has become accessible and easier than ever.

URL’s: “How do they really work?”

URL’s: “How do they really work?”

February 5, 2023

URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator. A URL is a specific type of Uniform Resource Identifier (URI). A URL is called such for a reason: it's uniform!

Why we built toddle?

Why we built toddle?

June 21, 2022

We love designing and building software. But during our careers as software developers and designers, we have the same issue repeatedly. Software is hard.