One of the major features we like to show off with Knack is the flexibility you have to use CSS and jQuery to completely customize the design of your online database app.
Developers can use jQuery to respond to application events, like when a scene loads or when a form is submitted. Designers can use CSS to update colors, fonts, icons, and virtually every aspect of the app’s design.
We’ve seen some great use cases of Knack customers modifying their online databases –from minor design tweaks to complete overhauls– and we wanted to show a few examples:
South Padre Island
The official government site of South Padre Island needed a custom calendar solution that would allow them to receive event submissions from multiple sources, and display those events in a variety of different ways, all in a format that could easily be customized for multiple websites.
Here’s how their calendar looks on their main site, with custom icons, button styles, and colors, all easily added with CSS:
TriStar Plastics uses Knack for a searchable online database for their thousands of engineering materials they work with. These materials needed very precise search options that could be combined and navigated easily.
CSS and jQuery was used to create and position dynamic filters for searching and tabs for more easily viewing the results: