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On the Scotch.io site there's a tutorial posted showing you how to create a Telegram bot with BotMan the popular PHP package for creating chatbots. Being a Scotch.io reader you definitely know that we have covered creating Bots before, we have quite few posts on Slack Bots, Twitter Bots and other related topics [...] But today, we have something different for you, today we will be creating a Telegram bot for dog lovers. Yes, you heard it right. A Telegram Bot for dog lovers using Dog API. The tutorial then walks through the entire process of getting the bot up and running including: Installation of Laravel and BotMan Creating the commands and testing the bot Installing the Telegram driver and creating the bot Using ngrok to allow external calls to come into your internal application The post finishes by showing how to link your bot to Telegram and test it out using messages to send you random dog pictures when requested.
Low-Code is a fascinating tool. I once measured the productivity difference between a Low-Code scaffolding system such as Magic and a human software developer, and Magic is arguably several billion times faster than a human software developer. Simply because it creates rich and complex web apps in seconds, instead of months required for a human to do the same. In addition, Low-Code also allows for mere mortals to create rich web apps, resulting in that a human being with some basic IT knowledge can create complex web apps in seconds. The recipe found below could probably be executed in 5 minutes after a couple of dry runs getting used to the process, so let's get started and create a rich and complex web app, and let's try to do it in 5 minutes. However, before we start, let's look at what we are going to create. If you want to try out the app, you can find our Sakila example app here. Login with "admin/admin" and play around with it as much as you please. Then realise the above app was created in literally 2 seconds. Adding the requirements to deploy the app and we are up to some roughly 5 minutes in total before you have the above app created and installed into production on a URL of your choosing. So let's get started. Before we start, realise the rest of this recipe was first published here, and it might change over time, since we are constantly trying to improve and simplify the process. Hence if you are reading this article some amount of time after it was published, please visit this link to make sure you are using the latest version of the tutorial.
Delightful design accents can be one of those things that creates an unexpected user experience that keeps visitors on your website. A trending technique that does exactly this is the use of liquid animation in web design. What's great about his trend is that you can use it in so many different ways to create […]
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Visual content, especially images, is an immensely important aspect of your website. They make your content easier to read and more engaging. Images also trigger emotions and entice your visitors to convert faster. However, just because you are uploading a photo you previously downloaded from a stock photography site and filling in your alt tag...
Apache Iceberg is an open table format for datasets that can be used with compute engines like Spark, Trino, PrestoDB, Flink, and Hive. It has a lot of failsafes in place to ensure that users don't accidentally mess up a table with a wrong command. Its schema evolution supports tasks like add, drop, update, or … continue reading The post SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Apache Iceberg appeared first on SD Times.
We all get tons of new ideas constantly as designers. Which is awesome – don’t get me wrong – but sometimes we get way more ideas than we can actually... The post What To Do With All Those Spare Creative Ideas appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Even as many countries start to emerge from pandemic-induced lockdown, it's unlikely that the business world as a whole will ever return in full force to the traditional office structure. It's been made abundantly clear that people can -- and do -- work just as productively from afar as they do when asked to work...
On this site Matt Sparks has posted the first few parts of a series covering the creation of a custom framework. Why? Well, as he explains in part one of the series: So with all of that being said, it begs the question: why on Earth would you want to do this? The extremely short answer: I want to. The less short answer: A PHP framework encompasses many of the areas I want to learn more about. The first four posts of the series are already on his site (with more to come): Part 1 - Why? Seriously, Why? Part 2 - What is a Web Framework? Part 3 - Time For Action Part 4 - The Foundation Matt does a great job of laying out some of the fundamentals behind frameworks including structure, design patterns, and commonalities between frameworks. You can follow along with his progress on the project on the AnalyzePHP GitHub repositories.
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