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Presenting a project proposal or startup idea in a slideshow can be a daunting task. But it gets easier when you have the right PowerPoint proposal template at your side. PowerPoint proposal templates allow you to design more attractive and persuasive slideshows to present your various business proposals, ideas, and projects in your meetings. In […]
They know how to tinker with gadgets they’ve held for the first time; they can communicate in acronyms and abbreviations that bend the basics tenets of grammar; they can make... The post Your Guide to Designing Websites That Connect with the Millennial Crowd appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Do You Make These Common Lending Mistakes? We all tend to take out various lending solutions from time to time. It's almost impossible to live... The post What Apps Let You Borrow Money Instantly appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
The Times of India is reporting that the Indian government is working internally with the Ministry of Aviation to develop an API to electronically confirm vaccination status during flight check-in.
In today's business landscape, it seems like every company has undergone or is in the process of a digital transformation (DX), and that every leader throws the term around casually. While the term may be overused, DX is a necessity for enterprises as they look to remain competitive in the software-first environment. To keep up … continue reading The post Software Delivery: A powerful force in your digital transformation appeared first on SD Times.
Matthias Noback has kicked off a new series of posts on his site covering the use of the repository design pattern in different situations. In this first post he focuses on "test driving" classes for handing database queries and their results. A test for a repository can't be a unit test; that wouldn't make sense. You'd leave a lot of assumptions untested. So, no mocking is allowed. [...] But how do you test everything that is going on in a repository? Well, I found out a nice way of doing so, one that even allows you to use some kind of test-driven approach. In this article I'll cover one of the two main use cases for repositories: querying the database, and returning some objects for it. The other use case - storing and loading objects - will be discussed in another article. He starts by getting everyone on the same page with a definition of a "query" and how it relates back to a repository class. He then walks through the process of how to test the class, first as a general "get all" query then with a check on the "active" state. Once the test goes green (successful), he adds more variations to both the tests and fixtures. There's not a lot of code examples in this post but it does show some good concepts to get you headed down the right path.
The Opencart Image Watermark extension allows the admin to add a watermark to the product images in the OpenCart store. Features The admin enable/disable the module The admin can upload the watermark image and add the text watermark Options for the admin to adjust the color, font, rotation, position, transparency, and size of the text [...]
A nice story from Heather Burns on how she helped us improve the accessibility and usability of Embedded Pens. We had an ongoing email exchange with Chris for about a month. He and his talented team made changes that improved the accessibility of ALL embedded CodePens. AND without requiring the authors of the pens or […] The post How a CodePen Support Ticket Turned into a Great Conversation appeared first on CodePen Blog.
HTTP Caching is a Superpower -- Hugh Haworth covers how the Cache-Control header is an awfully potent ingredient in web performance. I mis-read the title at first and was waiting to read about HTML caching. Hugh covers it a bit … The post Links on Performance IV appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
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