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(This article is kindly sponsored by Adobe.) User interfaces are evolving. Voice-enabled interfaces are challenging the long dominance of graphical user interfaces and are quickly becoming a common part of our daily lives. Significant progress in automatic speech recognition (APS) and natural language processing (NLP), together with an impressive consumer base (millions of mobile devices with built-in voice assistants), have influenced the rapid development and adoption of voice-based interface. Products that use voice as the primary interface are becoming more and more popular.
If you are working in Adobe Premiere Pro or After Effects, you may have come across a specific file type - MOGRT (or .mogrt). You may also be asked to create a MOGRT file for a client or work project you are involved in. A MOGRT file is a premade motion graphic template for use […]
Have you ever struggled with testing cloud services locally? Specifically, have you ever struggled with locally testing an API that uses API Gateway and Lambda, with the Serverless framework, on AWS? In this article, Tom Hudson shares a quick overview of how easy it is to quickly set up your project to test locally before deploying to AWS.
After almost five years in development, the new HTTP/3 protocol is nearing its final form. Let's take a close look at the performance improvements of HTTP/3, congestion control, head-of-line-blocking, and 0-RTT connection set-up.
Everyone has had the kind of clients that you wish you could punch – the scope creepers, the micromanagers, the non-payers. It’s very aggravating, but it is a long-established part... The post Dealing With a Panicky Design Client appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Tomas Votruba has a post to his site that (sort of) continues his look at the parsing of PHP code into an AST and the use of the nikic/php-parser library. In this new post however, he covers several of the things that can be changed in PHP code using the library. Today we can do amazing things with PHP. Thanks to AST and nikic/php-parser we can create very narrow artificial intelligence, which can work for us. Let's create first its synapse! He starts with a clarification about the difference between "php-ast" (an extension) and "PHP AST" (the actual abstract syntax tree). It then gets into some of the functionality that the php-parser library provides for modifying the PHP code being parsed. This includes changing method names, renaming properties, splitting classes and even potentially upgrading an application to a newer version. As an example he shows how to change the name of a method and write the result out to a file (all code is included).
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A mentee asked me over the weekend if there was a way within a Mojolicious web application to store the routes separately from the main application class. Here's one way. These instructions assume you're using Perl 5.34 and Mojolicious 9.19 (the latest as of this writing) via the terminal command line on a Linux, Unix, or macOS system; make the appropriate changes if this doesn't apply to you. First, if you haven't already, create your Mojolicious app at your shell prompt:
One of the more interesting and important dynamics of being a web designer is the relationship you have with your clients. This relationship really is the basis for your work... The post The Challenge of Convincing Clients to Put Users First appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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