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Today we will be reviewing, Zoey, a premium eCommerce solution for business owners who are serious about their online stores. What exactly is Zoey? Zoey is in essence a website builder that is tailored specifically to online stores of medium to large size, and as such has some really excellent features that are hard to […] The post Zoey Review – Premium eCommerce Solution For Businesses appeared first on Line25.
If you're a fan of the vintage art style you'll love digging through the wealth of quality design resources in this vintage-themed treasure chest! This is one of the biggest ever vintage collections, bringing you vintage fonts, rare vintage illustrations, textures, old papers, decorative elements, and useful vintage brushes. It's a true treasure trove for […] The post Unlock The Vintage Design Style with This Collection of Creative Tools. Just $29 appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
It is quite easy to find good practices for any technology, but unfortunately, the same cannot be said about HTML and CSS. I've made my list of 5 cases when you can create a user-friendly, or clumsy, interface using only HTML and CSS. alt-text Is Not a Duplicate Title The alt attribute is quite useful. It helps screen reader users understand what is shown in the picture. Unfortunately, many developers don't use it efficiently. They either duplicate the text around the picture or don't add it at all.
Looking to statistics for business intelligence, the BI market is already worth billions. In the long run, the growth of BI is expected to enhance even further. These days, wherever you go, you can read or get in touch with the processes of business intelligence. Let's find out what exactly BI is, which is so [...]
Although SketchApp was created with graphic designers in mind. And one can't argue that with its outstanding support for multiple pages and artboards and a bulk of features such as shared styles, it offers a pretty comfortable and fertile environment for creativity. However, it still requires some skills to master it. If you want to get a grasp of basics, to say nothing about making the most out of the software, then you need some documentation, guides and insights. One of the easiest and enjoyable ways of acquiring knowledge nowadays is to dive into Sketch tutorials that are composed by fellow professionals and enthusiasts in this sphere. These online written lessons reveal a routine of creating something from scratch that can be easily repeated at home. All you have to do is to obediently follow all the instructions and at the same time memorize techniques and tricks, and practice your skills. Today's list comprises 20 Sketch tutorials created for those of you who need some boost and directions in successfully using SketchApp. Some of them are well-suited to novices, while others require a bit more than just a simple understanding of a program. Designing for Apple Watch: Designing a Glance in Sketch […]
Latest PECL Releases:CSV 0.4.0 Minimum PHP version is now 8.0 due to the usage of new Zend APIs. All functions have been moved to static methods of a new CSV class. Function names now refer to "buffer" instead of "file" as a string is used. CSV::collectionToBuffer() now supports iterable collections, not just arrays. In case of field number miss-match a ValueError is thrown instead of an Error. A new CSV::bufferToCollectionLax() has been introduced which doesn't throw a ValueError in case of field number miss-match. Sponsor me via GitHub sponsors: https://github.com/sponsors/Girgias xdebug 3.0.3 Mon, Feb 22, 2021 - Xdebug 3.0.3 = Fixed bugs: Fixed issue #1930: No local variables with trigger and xdebug_break() Fixed issue #1931: xdebug_info() output misses configuration settings if phpinfo() has been called Fixed issue #1932: One line in multi-line string concatenation is not covered Fixed issue #1940: Wrong type used for showing GC Stats reports pcsc 0.5.1 Added and updated content like README.md; No bug or feature updates. pcsc 0.5.0 Updated for PHP 8 compatibility. yaf 3.3.1 - Fixed Issue #535 (segfault due to double free on platform without alloca) - Fixed issue #530 (segfault while exiting in action) Tensor 2.1.4 - Implemented Eigen decomposition in extension - Optimize row echelon form (REF) of matrix - Optimize Cholesky decomposition - Fix memory leak in matrix inverse - Optimize LU decomposition protobuf 3.15.1 New changes in 3.15.0: * unregister INI entries and fix invalid read on shutdown (#8042) * Fix PhpDoc comments for message accessors to include "|null". (#8136) * fix: convert native PHP floats to single precision (#8187) * Fixed PHP to support field numbers >=2**28. (#8235) * feat: add support for deprecated fields to PHP compiler (#8223) * Protect against stack overflow if the user derives from Message. (#8248) * Fixed clone for Message, RepeatedField, and MapField. (#8245) * Updated upb to allow nonzero offset minutes in JSON timestamps. (#8258) protobuf 3.15.0 New changes in 3.15.0: * unregister INI entries and fix invalid read on shutdown (#8042) * Fix PhpDoc comments for message accessors to include "|null". (#8136) * fix: convert native PHP floats to single precision (#8187) * Fixed PHP to support field numbers >=2**28. (#8235) * feat: add support for deprecated fields to PHP compiler (#8223) * Protect against stack overflow if the user derives from Message. (#8248) * Fixed clone for Message, RepeatedField, and MapField. (#8245) * Updated upb to allow nonzero offset minutes in JSON timestamps. (#8258) leveldb 0.3.0 - Add support for PHP 7.3, 7.4 and 8.0 - Fixed assert failures and possible faults involving comparators - Deprecate LevelDB->close() (use unset($db) instead, allows more consistent behaviour of iterators and snapshots, and fixes leveldb asserts) - Fix wrong arginfo of LevelDBWriteBatch - Fix memory errors when google/leveldb was compiled with different compiler options than php-leveldb protobuf 3.15.0RC2 New changes in 3.15.0: * unregister INI entries and fix invalid read on shutdown (#8042) * Fix PhpDoc comments for message accessors to include "|null". (#8136) * fix: convert native PHP floats to single precision (#8187) * Fixed PHP to support field numbers >=2**28. (#8235) * feat: add support for deprecated fields to PHP compiler (#8223) * Protect against stack overflow if the user derives from Message. (#8248) * Fixed clone for Message, RepeatedField, and MapField. (#8245) * Updated upb to allow nonzero offset minutes in JSON timestamps. (#8258) decimal 1.4.0 - Added support for PHP 8 (thank you @zlodes) - Added support for mpdecimal 2.5+ - Fixed internal exception when passing negative decimal places to toFixed gRPC 1.36.0RC1 - gRPC Core 1.36.0 update - Fixed segfault on re-used call object #25245 - Added support for PSM security #25303
On his site Nick Basile has a new post sharing some of the ways you can improve an installation of Laravel Nova (the administration dashboard) for a CRM. This latest tutorial is the second part in his series (part one is here). In my last post, we started building a simple CRM using Laravel Nova. It was pretty complete when we left it, but I think we can add a few more features and explore the rest of what Nova has to offer. In this walkthrough, we'll take a look at how to use Nova's Actions and authorization. He walks through the additions and improvements he's added to his Nova dashboard: an Action that automates the updating of a lead's status additional authorization checks using policies for model delation Code is included for each of these along with a summary that walks you through the creation and integration process.
A huge change is on the horizon for law. Up to 100,000 legal jobs are under threat from digital transformation. Knowing how to stay ahead... The post Modern Lawyers Choose Modern Software appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
If you've ever wanted to build a prototype quickly, Wondershare Mockitt is the tool for you. The new online prototyping tool is made to help you create interactive prototypes in a hurry - as little as 10 minutes - using drag and drop tools. Here, we'll take a look at Wondershare Mockitt and how you […]
With all of the trend changes and advancements that CSS goes through, we shouldn’t be surprised at the volume of free resources and tools that have been released recently. These... The post 50 of Our Favorite CSS Libraries, Frameworks and Tools from 2017 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
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