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Some experimental reveal animations on typographic elements as repeating pattern for a website design. The post Layout with Reveal Animations and Content Preview appeared first on Codrops.
In PHP 7.4, two new features were introduced that I'd like to use in my packages and projects: short closures and typed properties. Even though an IDE can help with converting to the new syntax, I'd don't want to manually hunt down all the places where the new syntax can be used. Lucky there's a too...
In this article, we will learn how to write automated tests on web APIs with Postman. In order to follow along to this tutorial, you'll need at least a fair amount of familiarity with Postman.
On the Zend Framework blog there's a new tutorial posted that wants to help you use Expressive for asynchronous request handling with the help of the Swoole extension. When we were finalizing features for Expressive 3, we had a number of users testing using asynchronous PHP web servers. As a result, we made a number of changes in the last few iterations to ensure that Expressive will work well under these paradigms. Specifically, we made changes to how response prototypes are injected into services. The article starts by talking about the issue with the previous response prototype handling, mostly that, in an async world, all responses would be sharing the same instance rather than rebuilding a new one for each request. It then explains their reasoning behind even worrying about async support in the framework's response handling noting that the major reason had to do with the performance gain. The post mentions the Swoole extension and shows how to install it via PECL but you'll need to check out the project's documentation to see how to create a server that makes use of it.
As a graphic and web designer, we’re faced with plenty of tasks and challenges every day. This includes the design of logos, as well as a harmonious combination of colors and gradients. Whether these tasks should be handed over to an online tool is subject to discussion. With ShapeFactory, you at least have the option...
An increasingly common question — now that people are using CSS Grid Layout in production — seems to be "What are the best practices?" The short answer to this question is to use the layout method as defined in the specification. The particular parts of the spec you choose to use, and indeed how you combine Grid with other layout methods such as Flexbox, is down to what works for the patterns you are trying to build and how you and your team want to work.
There is a natural tendency to think of the spectrum of platforms that developers need to employ to build and deploy applications in isolation from one another. However, all those platforms are interconnected with one another. An application that is designed to primarily run on an edge computing platform will need to invoke a wide […] The post Wind River IDE Update Blurs Platform Lines appeared first on Developer.com.
Are you suffocating at the office day and night putting up with a cantankerous boss for a laughable salary? Don't you think that it's time to shout out loud "Stop it! I quit!" It's your life and it's now or never. So, don't procrastinate, follow your dream. Nobody is promised they will see tomorrow. We […] The post Free 61 Days Long Marathon - Launch Your Own Web Design Studio! appeared first on Line25.
The Delicious Brains site has posted an update for the last part (10 of 10) of their series providing a guide to hosting WordPress yourself for some smaller changes for doing it in 2018. I originally started writing Hosting WordPress Yourself back in February 2015, which makes this series over three years old! During that time a lot has changed, which is why I updated the series just over 12 months ago, to keep the content relevant. Since then, even more has changed in the WordPress hosting scene, so it's time for another update! I have already updated the existing articles in this series with the changes that follow. This article serves as a changelog and documents what has changed in each part of this series, where I guide you through the process of building a complete server to house your WordPress sites This update shares changes in the virtual server setup, new software releases, suggestions of server monitoring services and web server configuration changes. Each point in the list is also linked back to the other part of the series related to the changes to give more context.
In this collection, we've gathered the best free UI kits built with Bootstrap that you can use as a starting point on your next web design project. The post 15 Free Bootstrap UI Kits appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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