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It’s the holiday time of year. Forget decking the halls with boughs of holly, get jolly and deck your designs with a generous giveaway from PSD2HTML and their partners. Take a break from the shopping and wrapping craziness and treat... The post Holiday Giveaway: Grab a Huge Bag of Web Design Goodies Worth $2,700! appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
As PHP developers, dealing with the "helpful" automatic type shifting the language performs can sometimes be challenging. It can lead to some interesting situations like the one Freek van Der Herten has posted about where something that seems "empty" actually isn't. Recently when I was working on a project I got some strange results when using the empty function. That's really odd [that the result was a string and "empty" when a value was set]. How can a variable hold a string and be empty at the same time? He includes a few other tests on the same object and firstName property using other "empty" checks with isset and is_null. Those behaved as expected so he started to look more into the class the object is based on. In the class values/properties are returned via magic methods, not direct functions. In the case of empty, this fetching isn't interpreted prior to the check and the result appears "empty". To fix the issue, he recommends implementing an __isset magic method that will then get called to ensure the value is actually set before fetching it.
Usability is critical for a website's success, but it can be difficult to nail down in early design and development stages without a little help. It's not as though the research and preparation you do for a new site won't give you insights on how to build something that's both beautiful and functional. And having a rock-solid design system and designer-developer handoff will certainly help you bring quality control and consistency to your site.
Web workers and site owners are no strangers to remote work. Thanks to high-speed internet connections and ultra-portable devices, anyone can choose their ideal workspace. Home offices, coworking spaces, the local park, or even a tropical beach can all become a great location to tackle their list of daily tasks. However, as a large percentage...
I’ve literally driven miles to produce my latest set of free design resources. These 24 Dirt Textures are created taken layers upon layers of road grime from long motorway journeys, processed into high resolution JPG textures and PNG files with transparent backgrounds. They’re great for adding dirty backgrounds to your designs, or applying to layer […] The post 24 Free Dirt Textures in High Resolution JPG & PNG Format appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Introduction Partial Payment EMI For Magento 2:This module allows the admin to add a feature for the customer to purchase products on an EMI option, which is additionally a foothold to the admin as more and more sales is regenerate by enabling this module. This module makes use of the Stripe service, which allows consumers to break transactions through several billing statements. [...]
Album cover art is always a great source of inspiration because there’s such an eclectic mix of styles to feast your eyes on. There’s no rules that determine what an album cover should look like, it just needs to be attention grabbing, possibly relate to the genre of the music it represents, and present the […] The post Showcase of Creative Album Cover Designs & Illustrations appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
The php[architect] podcast, hosted by PHP community members Eric Van Johnson and John Congdon, has released their latest episode: Episode #16 - Remotely Working. In this episode they're joined by guests Jennifer Wadella and Oscar Merida. Eric and John discuss learning about how the OPCache works, working with Jenkins, being a remote worker, and diving into PHP internals. Oscar talks lessons learned when adding AWS S3 service to phparch.com. He also describes the all-new approach to tracks and speakers for php[tek] 2019. [The episode also includes an] interview with Jennifer Wadella from Kansas City about remote working, her community work to reach women and minorities in tech, and kombucha brewing, You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 directly. If you enjoy the show, be sure to subscribe to their feed to get updates when new shows are released.
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