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Today we want to share with you a great showcase that contains absolutely the best web resources to use in 2017. We've spent many days for the research, we've seen hundreds of web apps, services, and tools and finally, we succeed in building this showcase of 17 solutions from different domains like platforms with PHP Script and themes, WordPress, Icons, PSD to HTML services and even more. Check it. 1. Codester.com Web developers, graphic designers and anybody who is looking to buy and sell various web development products are really happy to use Codester. It’s a platform that is having … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
When creating a mobile application, a developer imagines a model and the way users will use the application. One problem that developers face is that users do not always use an app the way it was envisaged by the developer. How do users interact with the app? What do they do in the app? Do they do what the developer wants them to do? Mobile analytics help to answer these questions. Analytics allow the developer to understand what happens with the app in real life and provide an opportunity to adjust and improve the app after seeing how users actually use it. To put it simply, analytics is the study of user behavior.The post Finding Better Mobile Analytics appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Web designers are fascinated with ways to try new CSS techniques and push the boundaries of what CSS can do. Well-planned CSS can control almost any aspect of a design, and contribute to better overall user experiences--with cleaner and more consistent code. But what techniques are trending? What should you learn next? We have a […]
WooCommerce has become the de facto solution for running an ecommerce website with WordPress. This is especially so since Automattic (the company of WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg) took over the... The post Running a Stable, Secure and Successful WooCommerce Website appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
In recent years the design industry has opened up and become more accustomed to 'casual' users with an appetite for graphic design and typefaces. The Design industry has seen an upturn in your everyday customer wanting to spruce up their blog, add a great font to their art work, use fonts in craft machine work […] The post Are PUA Encoded Fonts becoming common place? appeared first on Line25.
Whenever I'm curious about what more we could be doing to improve our users' experiences, the first place I look to is Google. More specifically, I go to the Google Developers site or Think with Google to pull the latest consumer data. But I was thinking today, "Why don't we just copy what Google does?" After all, Google has to walk the walk. If not, how would it ever convince anyone to adhere to its SEO and UX recommendations and guidelines?
When it comes to picking a language for a new data science project, developers often have to go through the debate of whether Python or R would be the best suited for the task. R is a language specifically designed for data analysis so it has a lot of useful features built in, but Python … continue reading The post Python or R: Which to choose for your next data project appeared first on SD Times.
The average person spends 60 seconds searching a website before giving up if they don't find the information they need. If you think about it, that's really not much time for web traffic to find and comprehend potentially complicated and detailed information on a site before choosing to look elsewhere. Every year, web traffic grows […] The post 20 Most Beautiful Websites of 2015 appeared first on Line25.
Today we’re looking at how you can generate a news feed for your website with sources from around the globe with mediastack. The free and simple REST API can help you deliver news in real-time, adding relevance and credibility to your website or app. Here, we're going to take a look at mediastack and how […]
I have finished reading the DDD books by Eric Evans (blue book) and Vaughn Vernon (red book) and would like to write my personal takeaway notes of challenges implementing DDD. Although all original ideas come from the blue book I would admit that the red one gives more understanding of how you can apply the DDD approach. It is not a surprise as the blue book was published in 2003 so it naturally feels a bit outdated in the case of provided examples, but nevertheless, the ideas of DDD are the same in both books.
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