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How to create an awesome Todo web app with Material Design using Bubble.is

4 years ago

Creating a full-fledged Smartphone or Web app requires you to either code everything from ground up using any of the programming languages such as Java, Swift, PHP, Javascript, CSS, HTML5, AngularJS, NodeJS, etc or hire a freelancer and ask them get it done for you, but Bubble.is is an all new web based portal that lets anybody, yes even if you’re only a designer, entrepreneur or just another guy trying to establish a small business online, build complicated applications in a very short amount of time by letting you simply drag and drop the components to your app to build the UI of your app and then plugin the logic behind those components using the Bubble’s really easy-to-understand logic builder. You can also plugin third party integrations inside your app such as Facebook authentication or GIPHY for fetching GIF images. As a developer one of the most important advantages I can list out in Bubble is that you don’t have to configure, maintain or buy a separate server for your app, yes you guessed it right, Bubble takes care of it. They do have premium and free plans, but I highly recommend you to purchase one among the premium plans if you’re really serious about making apps with their platform. In the premium plans they have maximized the amount of bandwidth, let you have private apps and add a custom domain to your app. When you signup for Bubble they give you a small set tutorials which will walk through the interface of Bubble and how to meddle with some of their basic components but here we will sum up the tutorial series they have made for you and make a full-fledged note/to-do app along with the ability for each user to have their own accounts and store their notes inside of it. Watch the tutorial below to check out how to create this app and hopefully, after watching this video tutorial you’ll get a better idea about how to build your own apps with your own ideas. Here’s a small tip from my side- Always try to have a notepad aside your workstation to draw out the most important components of your app before you start implementing them and this should save a large amount of your time.


Mohammed Haashir

Mohammed Haashir is a tech geek from India with a thriving interest and passion towards developing applications, websites and games. He aims to deliver quality content through his products and blog with a deep emphasis towards aesthetics and accessibility. He founded the blog and YouTube channel- iBlune in 2012 with the goal to teach people how they can utilise technology to make their living. It has since then grown to a larger sector and the blog was then renamed to Haashir.in under the tagline of "Tech lessons informalized".


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