Category Archives: Developer’s Corner

By Maayan Mor No Comments yet

Website Building Freedom With Duda’s New Tablet Editor

The world is a busy place these days, and people are often working on-the-go. This is especially true of website builders, who aren’t always sitting at their desks when they want to edit and build their customers’ websites. We’ve noticed that more of our customers do more of their work on the go.  That’s why…
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By Russ Jeffery 2 Comments

How to Prepare for the Coming Wave of Mobile-First Indexing

For nearly a year now, Google has been talking about rolling out a mobile-first index. Along with it, there will be some subtle but important changes that web designers, content creators and anyone that follows the SEO world should be aware of. In this blog post, I’ll explain why Google is making this change, what…
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By Ronny Shapiro 3 Comments

A Deeper Look at the New Widget Builder

The need for new widgets never dies. Layout possibilities are endless, new online business services could really use a widget with which to integrate, and buttons with cool animations are always welcome. Creating widgets at Duda is an ongoing, never-ending task, and demand always beats supply. Today, building a new widget in Duda is not…
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By Stephen Alemar 2 Comments

A Guide to Website Migration With Duda

Introduction: Keeping customers up-to-date with the latest and greatest technology is one of the most pressing challenges faced by both DIY and DIFM web solutions providers. This is particularly true when it comes to how an SMB website works and looks, as it is the backbone of a business’ online presence.

By Shoshana Brickman No Comments yet

When An API is Just What You Need (and When It’s Not)

APIs are cool, there is no doubt about it. There are more than 16,000 APIs out there these days, and they are a big deal. Maybe not as big a deal as the Patriot’s Super Bowl comeback…but then again, maybe even bigger. After all, APIs are going to be here for a very long time….
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By Shoshana Brickman 1 Comment

HTTPS Now…Because Nobody Wants a Warning from Google

The last thing any of us wants is a warning from Google. It’s kind of like being reprimanded while crossing the street on a red light. You know you deserve it, you know you should have waiting for the light to turn green, but you thought it was safe. It’s embarrassing when such things happen…
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By Stephen Alemar 7 Comments

Introducing Duda’s New Responsive Website Builder

For the past 10 months, our amazing product team essentially stopped the presses so they could focus on one thing. It wasn’t a new feature. It wasn’t a new template design. It wasn’t even so they could fix bugs. No. It was for a much, much bigger reason than any of those.