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Deutsche Bank is now utilizing a real-time API for Beneficiary Account Validation (BAV) via SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication). This move advances the interbank initiative away from planning phases and into real-world implementation.
On his site Joe Ferguson (maintainer of the Laravel Homestead project) has posted the first part of a "missing manual" series for Homestead. In this first part he covers the use of site parameters. In the early days of Homestead there used to be a "params" option at the top level of your Homestead.yaml file. These parameters would be copied into the environment for the virtual machine just like you would set environment variables on your production systems. Laravel ultimately moved to using ".env" files and this feature was removed from Homestead. Some users pushed back and still wanted to be able to easily push parameters to the individual site's configuration file (virtual host file) so a new feature was implemented where you could add a "params" key to your Homestead.yaml site definition and they would be copied into the virtual host configuration file. Joe then shows how to add the params section back into the Homestead.yaml file and get the settings loaded into the Homestead instance (involves destroying the Vagrant box and restoring it).
Managing software and devices is one of those business problems that you don't hear a lot about. But how do you keep up with all your Apple devices across your agency or business? Do you know which users have what equipment and apps? Bushel is a tool that makes this inventory process that much simpler. […]
Image Optimizer * Pglet * cccolor * There Is No Digital World * Underline Fill Effect in CSS The post Collective #690 appeared first on Codrops.
In a new post to his site Christian Scheb has written up a guide to help you set up inspections in PHPStorm to help make your continuous integration process simpler. Did you know that PHPStorm (or any other Jetbrains IDE) can run inspections from command line and generate XML files for the results? This is a great "hidden" feature of those IDEs and machine-readable output means it can be somehow integrated with a continuous integration (CI) process. So let's do this! He walks you through the full process to get the integration set up to easily report the results of various code inspections: Setting Up PHPStorm on a Server Plugin installation (such as the PHP annotations checker) Running the inspections (including configuration) Publishing the result All commands and configuration examples are included.
There's no better device than the iPad Pro to showcase your design with a touch of professionalism. This collection includes our picks of the absolute best free and premium iPad Pro mockups, all in one place. Ever since its release, many creatives and professionals have fallen in love with the iPad Pro. A larger screen, […]
This week's Designer News (No 481) includes Sophisticated Partitioning with CSS Grid, Things Nobody Ever Taught Me About CSS, The Flexulator CSS Tool, A Guide to Better Designer Client Relationships, Ethical Alternatives & Resources, Hacking Custom Checkboxes and Radios and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 481 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
I’m sure we’re all familiar with Photoshop’s blending modes. Multiply, Screen, Soft Light and Overlay are among the most commonly used, but have you ever heard of Behind and Clear?! Despite decades of Photoshop experience, I only discovered these two elusive blend modes recently. I’ll be honest, they aren’t going to completely transform your Photoshop […] The post Where to Find Two Extra Blending Modes Hidden in Photoshop! appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Over the past decade, I've worked with WordPress on a (pretty much) daily basis. It's my go-to solution for building websites for clients of all sizes. And, as I've gained... The post Thoughts on Building a WordPress Website from Scratch (Without Code) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Recently we have been discussing a huge trend that is steadily winning over more and more people around the Globe - Online Learning. The digital world surrounds us and stays with us wherever we go. Quick access to information from any point opens new possibilities to various spheres. And the education system is one of...
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