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One of the predictions of this year that slowly but surely is coming true is a gradual and unobtrusive switch to code-free web development. We have seen an exponential growth of website builders everywhere. From simple solutions that let you compose primitive pages from pre-made components brick by brick to advanced and feature-rich generators that...
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Introduction In my previous article, I discussed the advantages of using ITCSS to organize our styles, mainly for large projects where several people work. Its use will make our structure much more orderly and make the styles of our application more maintainable. Having solved the problem of hierarchy and organization of our project, it remains to work on a nomenclature that will help us to have a self-documented code that is better understood. For this task, it can help us to include the BEM nomenclature together with the ITCSS nomenclature. In this article, we are going to approach BEMIT and what advantages it can offer us.
The education software market is projected to reach 11.3 billion by 2024. This shows how much schools demand education software to improve learning and students’... The post How Education Software Can Benefit Teachers and Parents appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
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The Three Devs & A Maybe podcast, hosted by Michael Budd, Fraser Hart, Lewis Cains* and Edd Mann, has released their latest episode where they talk with guest Nicolas Grekas about the Symfony ecosystem. In this week's episode Edd and guest co-host Neal Brooks chat to Nicolas Grekas about all things Symfony. We start off discussion with how he got interested in programming, his introduction to Symfony, and his journey to now working on the code-base almost daily. This leads us on to talk about how he helped build the performance profiler Blackfire, and the importance of quantitative measurements whilst making performance improvements. From here we highlight managing pull requests, the social factors when leading open-source projects and Symfony's continuous migration path. Finally, we touch upon the recently released Messenger component and upcoming Symfony Contracts initiative. You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 directory for listening offline. If you enjoy the show, be sure to follow them on Twitter and subscribe to their feed to be notified when new shows are released.
Do you find yourself stuck when finding new web design clients? Whether you own a web design company or work as a freelancer, expanding your audience and attracting clients can be challenging. Talking from experience: there are times when I can not find people interested in my work. If that's the case for you right […] The post How to Find Web Design Clients in 2022 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
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Although I was born in North West England, I grew up in Corby, a steel working town in the middle of the country. From the 1930s, Corby had grown to rely on steel production, with working-class families — a large number of them from Scotland — flocking to the area. During the Second World War, burning oil to produce thick smoke prevented all but a few German bombs, but when I was in my teens, a different toxic cloud, Thatcherism, hung over Corby as it did many industrial and manufacturing centres across the UK.
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