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In this blog, we show you how to automatically scale your application resources according to either the CPU consumption or to the incoming load of your application. Background As humans, we are capable of adapting to variable inputs and situations. Some of us are slower, whereas others easily adapt to change. In dynamic environments, flexibility has become one of the most valued skills. As engineers, we also thrive for adaptability. We embrace new technologies, new responsibilities, and new ways of working together. We want to build future proof solutions that react quickly… The post HPA: how it can save you headaches and money appeared first on bol.com Techlab.
Web designers are often saddled with the unenvious task of dealing with email. And it's not limited to just our own overflowing inboxes. We can also find ourselves in situations... The post The Grumpy Designer: Email Is the Worst appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
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Access All Areas members have a fantastic collection of hand-sketched vector elements and pre-made logo templates to download this week, courtesy of Eskimo Family. The Mystical Forest DIY Pack contains over 100 assets, from hand-sketched branches and feathers to ethnic style arrows, frames and laurels. Also included are 24 logo designs that demonstrate how you […] The post Mystical Forest Hand-Sketched Elements & Logo Templates for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Updating your existing content is the holy grail, but how & when should you do it? Plus, should you use an article rewriting & spinning tool? Learn pros & cons. The post How To Update Content - Should You Use An Article Rewriter Tool? first appeared on JUST(TM) Creative.
One of the most challenging stages of a design project is laboriously producing all those assets that bring it to life. Whether you're a web designer in need of icons, or a brand designer looking for mockups, it's a smart move to fall back on stock assets to speed up your turnaround, reduce costs, and […] The post Review: Should Designers Use Design Bundles? first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
You've been there before, haven't you? Perhaps your manager insists on using a dark pattern to trick customers into buying. Or an A/B test has just shown that an annoying pop-up does increase sign-ups. Or maybe you always end up firefighting negative reviews and angry customer inquiries and your calls to action don't perform well. Whether we are designers, marketers, entrepreneurs, or product owners, we are all in the same boat.
Dropbox offers cloud storage. Slack offers an online collaboration space. Candy Crush is a gaming app. All these apps have different services to offer but there is one thing common in all of them – they all follow the Freemium Model of subscription. Freemium, which is an amalgamation of Free + Premium is one of...
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