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Malware has been a problem for decades, one that was exacerbated by the the rise of the internet, file sharing, and digital assets. Whether it’s keyloggers or other types of malware, they’ll make your computer slow and insecure, all without you knowing. And if you’re an employer with remote employees, you’ll want to ensure their […] The post Now is the Time to Get Your Business Protected from Cyberthreats (Sponsored) appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
A successful UX project relies heavily on testing to achieve a project’s goals and objectives. Wireframes, mockups, and prototypes allow designers to create blueprints and models of the final product for usability testing. The problem is that many people use wireframes, mockups, and prototypes interchangeably, when in fact, they’re all different and used at separate The post Prototype vs Wireframe vs Mockup - What Are the Differences? appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
When it comes to investing in Bitcoin (BTC), the first thing people look for is a secure storage system--in this case, a good BTC wallet. ... The post Is It Safe To Use A Bitcoin Paper Wallet? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
When it comes to showing the transition, interaction and animation of elements in the user interface, a prototyping tool like Framer X can make a difference in the way you communicate your vision to the team and stakeholders and as a result, boost your efficiency as a designer. With the following example, I will illustrate how you can add interaction to static designs. To profit the most from this tutorial, some basic experience with Framer X are welcome.
In this new post to the Pehapkari.cz site they take a look at the PHP user groups all around the world and share some interesting statistics. In April 2018 I started a side project to list meetups in Europe near Prague. PHP meetups are so much fun and I didn't find any single-page with a map that would list them. In the start, this site had a small table, with 10 meetups a month, very modern black/white Times New Roman design and advanced human-manual updating. Since then I got feedback from dozens friends and users with this WTFs and ideas - they helped me to add feature now and then, polish a design with emoji and Bootstrap, automate everything and even crawl over 150 urls. I bought friendsofphp.org domain and the project became a standalone single page. Based on the results shared in the post, there's over 1000 PHP-specific meetups all around the world! It also highlights the most active region (most meetups for the area): the area around Belgium. There's also a list of several cool features of the friendsofphp.orgsite and a more technical description of how the site works and gathers its data.
Access All Areas members have a massive collection of photos and graphics to download this week with the Flower Power bundle from Dealjumbo. The collection contains 4 Photoshop PSD templates with ready made floral type compositions, 2 complete lettering sets made up of multiple flower graphics, a range of PNG flower images with transparent backgrounds, […] The post Flower Power Photos & Graphics for Access All Areas Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Tomas Vortuba has a new post on his site sharing information about one of the improvements that has been added to the Symplify, specifically in the PackageBuilder. PackageBuilder was always sort of meta package with all the cool and shiny features anyone can use. After all, it's the most downloaded Symplify package hitting almost 1000 downloads a day. In Symplify 5 now it allows you to drop manual binds from Symfony configs, separate files from directories in one method and merge nested YAML parameters with 1 service. He lists out the three notable changes: Drop Manual Binds in Symfony configs Separate Files from Directories Merge Parameters without Leaving Any Behind For each item in the list, he provides a link to the pull request that implemented it, a basic summary of the changes and code examples of what it enables.
Atlassian announced that its next-generation cloud app development platform, Forge, is now generally available. Forge has been in beta since the beginning of 2020 and is designed to handle many of the maintenance aspects of app creation such as compliance, data management practices, scaling performance and security. “Forge is the culmination of over 2 years … continue reading The post Atlassian releases new cloud app development platform: Forge appeared first on SD Times.
Adobe Photoshop is now offering an amazing set of enhancements and new features with its new release. When you launch the software, you are met with a home screen that lists a set of tutorials and presets that will help guide you through each step of your design process. Other additional features include advanced content […] The post Adobe Photoshop CC 2019 – New Features and Enhancements appeared first on Line25.
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