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Plaid, a financial services technology company, hosted its annual Plaid Forum developer conference and outlined new additions to the company's developer resources that are aimed at streamlining application design on the platform. These additions include new sample applications, a new Plaid API specification, and a new ACH tool.
When it comes to designing wedding invitations and greeting cards, a floral background is a must-have flourish that helps you bring out the beauty in your designs. In this collection, we bring you some of the best floral and flower backgrounds you can use with such special design projects. A background surrounded with beautiful flowers […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated some digital aspirations and projects, and slammed the brakes on others. A recent Couchbase report reveals that roughly a third of companies interviewed are delaying legacy database upgrades because of the pandemic. A slightly larger group, some 34%, say it has had the opposite effect. Architects bear much of the … continue reading The post Digital architects rose to the challenge – So must databases appeared first on SD Times.
I love CSS Grid. I love how, with just a few lines of code, we can achieve fully responsive grid layouts, often without any media queries at all. I'm quite comfortable wrangling CSS Grid to produce interesting layouts, while keeping … The post Expandable Sections Within a CSS Grid appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
I'm knee-deep in some log refactoring on my current project, which is something that I've done now on several projects. This is one of my favorite ways to become familiar with a new codebase since it typically touches all of the code. As I do this on new projects, I'm consistently faced with many of the same frustrations, which I have decided to catalog here. Most projects I see make at least several of these mistakes, some make all of them. But since misery loves company, I'll share these frustrations with you, so that you can repeat them and join me in commiserating-or avoid them, if you so choose.
Introduction Watching the current tech trends are crucial, especially for large web projects owners who wish to outrun the competition. Deploying a simplified technology stack using new web development frameworks can lead to shorter development times and improved outcomes. Here are some ideas. Trend 1: Optimize Processes Developers want easy access to tools and a consistent style as well as accessibility recommendations, but each member of the team has different needs, resulting in a complex and dynamic development scenario. However, design systems are a simple and effective approach to the development process. The system caters to each team member's needs, allowing them to focus on their task by providing access to component libraries and design patterns. Similar to older corporate design strategies but updated to include code-written guidance under version control, design systems ensure consistent digital products while creating an easy-to-maintain and unambiguous collection.
Developers who use Blender for creating 3D models will be pleased to know Apple has put its weight behind the popular software. Apple has joined the Blender Development Fund as a "Patron" which means the Cupertino giant will support the future success of the software. In an announcement, The Blender Foundation said that Apple will... Read more » The post Apple puts its weight behind Blender as it becomes a "Patron" appeared first on Developer Tech News.
The Android development team announced the release of the final unit of Android Basics in Kotlin, a free programming course initially announced in 2020. Today, over 100,000 beginners have completed their first milestone in the course. Android Basics in Kotlin offers people with no programming experience the education needed to build sample Android apps. With … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Android Basics in Kotlin course; SharePoint Framework 1.13 release candidate; Crystal 1.2 appeared first on SD Times.
Introduction In the previous post on the topic of Token Based Security, we created an API endpoint and protected it (using Authorize attribute) with IdentityServer. Then, we set up a simple Angular application with an AuthService to use oidc-client library. We also created few angular components at the end of the previous post, as well as two buttons for login/logout purposes in appComponent, then wired the following method with click events: Today, we will continue from the previous post and complete the login/logout process. We will see how the OIDC client library makes it very easy to implement the complex redirect flows out of the box.
Threatmapper is a cloud-native security observability platform that scans, maps, and ranks vulnerabilities from development through production across serverless, Kubernetes, container, and multi-cloud environments. This Wednesday, it was open-sourced by Deepfence under the Apache 2.0 license. "By open sourcing ThreatMapper, we aim to help developers, DevOps, DevSecOps, and security teams identify and prioritize threats quickly … continue reading The post SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Threatmapper appeared first on SD Times.
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