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Tomas Votruba has a new post to his site sharing some of the ways you can get the most out of Travis-CI, the popular build service, for your PHP applications. Travis CI is the most spread CI in checking open-source projects. Do you want to know how to use it 3x faster? How to make Travis generate code for you? And how to make your tokens safe? He breaks down his suggestions into a set of seven tips: Skip x-debug Deliver PR Checks Fast Use ENV vars Use Travis to do More Just Watching Rebuild your GitHub Pages Daily Stay Secure Make use of Composer Scripts For each item in the list he includes an example of what's required, either a change in the Travis-CI configuration, code, or in the Composer configuration.
I'm sure you've heard the proverb, "A chain is only as strong as its weakest link," probably many times. Its written origin dates back to the 18th century, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was much, much older. And though the work we do has little to do with actual chains, this proverb is every bit as relevant to us. Remember when Azer Koculu unpublished more than 250 of his modules from npm (Node Package Manager)? If that name doesn't ring a bell, perhaps this function name will: left-pad. In case you're still scratching your head wondering what the heck I'm talking about, Azer removed a bunch of functions from the canonical library of reusable Node.js code and, in doing so, brought thousands of projects to their knees, including high-profile ones like Babel and React. The post Developing Dependency Awareness appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
With "no-code" tools, anyone can build a mobile or web app faster than ever before. In this step-by-step demo of Backendless UI Builder, we walk you through the creation of a fully Codeless To-Do app. The Backendless UI Builder is one of our favorite features in Version 6. UI Builder is a no-code, drag-and-drop interface for building the frontend of your app. Whether your app is mobile, web, or both, you can design for all platforms.
It seems like every industry has their own set of fiercely debated topics. They pit tool against tool, theory against theory and can be great fun (or infuriating, depending upon... The post The Biggest Designer Debates appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
There's a website and app design trend that's so subtle you almost don't see it. Soft UI creates a frost-style or glassy blur where elements sink and extrude from the background to create varying levels of depth and dimension. Combine this effect with a softer, more pastel color palette, and the result is a light, […]
It surely is not the first application case that comes to mind when you think about it. Nonetheless, the automatic creation of color palettes via “Deep Learning” definitely makes sense. Colormind: AI-Experiment With Practical Use [...]
Chris & Alex talk about DevOps, servers, and keeping CodePen online at all times. We were are 100% for the year until a few weeks ago when we had a 10 minute drop. That still keeps us in the realm of 99.99% uptime, where we get 52 minutes and 35 seconds of downtime per year, […] The post #327: 99.999% Uptime appeared first on CodePen Blog.
This week's Designer News - No 566 - includes Native CSS Masonry Layout in CSS Grid, Why Google's New App Logos are Pretty (&) Bad, Flow CSS Utility, Super Tiny Icons, Markably Rich Text Editor, Tint and Shade Generator, What Is the Average Web Designer's Salary in 2020? and so much more! The post Weekly News for Designers No 566 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
I’ve been working on the same project for several years. Its initial version was a huge monolithic app containing thousands of files. It was poorly architected and non-reusable, but was hosted in a single repo making it easy to work … The post From a Single Repo, to Multi-Repos, to Monorepo, to Multi-Monorepo appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
As a freelance web developer or designer, the main challenge you'll face is establishing your brand name to the general public. But as someone who's... The post 5 Ways To Promote Yourself As A Web Designer appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
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