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One small and often overlooked aspect of web and mobile app eCommerce are those tiny icons that are used to signify the various accepted payment methods. They’re an essential element... The post 20 Free Payment Method & Credit Card Icon Sets appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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.
This week Access All Areas members have a new collection of textures to download, courtesy of Fox & Bear. The Aqua Modern Marble Ink Textures collection contains 7 images of beautiful gradients with a modern colour palette. They’re brilliant resources for all kinds of design projects to add interesting backgrounds, or colourful overlays to your […] The post 7 Aqua Modern Marble Ink Textures for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
PrestaShop 1.7 front office has a systematic event system which “emits” some events. Furthermore, we can use these events to identify user actions. For instance, a user changes combination in product page. Therefore the combination and image template is updated. After that it emits “updatedProduct” event. You can use this event to capture this action [...]
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Hello Friends! In this blog, we will learn how we can detect our device in Magento 2 programmatically. In Magento 2, if you want to display different content or layout on a page according to Desktop or Mobile, then you use the following code in your code. 1. To Detect Desktop Device: 2. To Detect [...]
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In Episode 23 Eric, John, and Oscar go through the August 2019 issue. Topics Getting started with Symfony 4 Managing legacy codebases PHP++ and the future of PHP Karl Hughes talks about running the Chicago PHP User Group. Writing better object-oriented code The post Symfony 4, Legacy Code, t...
Designing a beautiful wedding album can be tough when you also have to go through hundreds of photos while enhancing and editing them as well. Thankfully, Photoshop introduced a solution to that painful process with Lightroom. Now, all you need are a few Lightroom presets and you can instantly enhance your wedding photos in a […]
This week's Designer News (N.426) includes Atomic Bulldog Grid, CSS Puns, 30 Seconds of CSS, a Five Minutes Guide to Better Typography, 80s-Inspired Web Design, CSS Grid for UI Layouts, a Pure CSS Halftone Effect and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 426 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
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