Coding on Webflow

WWX - Webflow + Wized + Xano

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Overview
Building Apps on Webflow
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Popular App Patterns
User-Specific Data Patterns
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User Directory Site Pattern
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Using Codepen
What Does CodePen Give You?
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Using CodePen with Webflow for Script Dev
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Using CodeSandbox.io
CodeSandbox.io
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Using Github.dev
GitHub.dev
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Webflow Dev Stacks
Webflow Development Stacks
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Webflow + HTMX
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WWX - Webflow + Wized + Xano
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WR - Webflow + React
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Libraries
Useful Libraries
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Leveraging CodePen Effects in Webflow
Migrating CodePen Effects into Webflow
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In app development, Webflow is good for the front end design, and limited CMS capabilities. It does not have support for a queryable database, user-attached data, business logic, or many other key aspects of an app framework.

If you really want to build an application on a Webflow-hosted site you’d likey want to go with a WWX stack meaning Webflow + Wized + Xano.

  • Webflow would handle the UX design, and some content.
  • Wized would handle logins, payments, basic business logic, and your UX functional wiring.
  • Xano would provide your database and more advanced business logic capabilities.

There are variations to this stack, but there is a solid community around the WWX stack, so you’d spend a lot less time wandering lost in the tundra.

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