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Access All Areas members have a collection of awesome graphics from Freepik to download this week. These 10 abstract backgrounds have a colourful retro style, featuring a variety of geometric shapes and vibrant gradients. These background graphics are ideal for creating 80s or 90s inspired designs. Each background is supplied in vector AI and EPS […] The post 10 Retro Abstract Backgrounds for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Sometimes what matters is not the question asked; it is more about how you are asking a specific question in the first place. When you step in a world of web designing you must choose your words carefully. Anything you say can always be taken in several different ways. For starters, to avoid giving out a rather odd meaning the emphasis must be on your choice of words. The measurement of success can be weighed out based on what you feel owns more value. A massive amount of success is always measured before the project is initiated, and even before … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Latest PECL Releases:Tensor 2.2.1 - Optimize 2D convolution operation Fix and optimize vector convolve 1D operation crypto 0.3.2 * Fixed compatibility with PHP 8 gnupg 1.5.0RC2 * Fixed build with libgpgme 1.3 * Fixed largefile support on 32-bit platforms * Fixed tests in PECL archive yaf 3.3.2 - Fixed Memory leak in yaf_loader - Fixed issue #537 (segfault in macos with 4 bytes length controller name) - Fixed issue #536 (application.bootstrap not used) protobuf 3.15.5 New changes in 3.15.5: * Fixed quadratic memory use in array append (#8379) couchbase 3.1.1 PCBC-745: throw BadInputException when string cannot be used as CAS PCBC-746: add tests for transcoding empty value PCBC-748: fix *Option#expiry() return value in documentation stubs datadog_trace 0.56.0 ### Added - Add randomized testing to test hundreds of different scenarios #1131 - Add configured http headers to root span #1154 - Add the possibility to freeze a regression in a specific randomized tests scenario #1153 ### Changed - Remove non php7 code from ext/php7 folder #1162 - Remove non php5 code from ext/php5 folder #1164 ### Fixed - Add missing dependency on curl extension for PHP 8 #1144 (Thanks @remicollet!) - Fix initialization of `curl_multi_init()` for distributed tracing #1159 - Add comment to long running example for method instead of function #1149 - Fix linting + xfail a flaky test #1147 - Update links in README.md to configuration and OT docs #1069 - Fix clang-format installation after circleci image update to buster #1141 PDO_INFORMIX 1.3.4 Added Supportfor PHP 8 version. APCu 5.1.20 - Fix deadlocks when other apcu_* functions are used inside apcu_entry(). It should now be safe to use any functions inside the apcu_entry() callback. - Fix division by zero exception in apc.php. - Fix handling of references in PHP 8 if "default" serializer is used (which is not the default). - Fix string reuse handling if "default" serializer is used (which is not the default). - Check for failures when acquiring read locks to report problems earlier (write locks were already checked previously). - Adjust tests for current PHP 8.1 development branch. - Remove *_api.h headers. Use apc_cache.h instead of apc_cache_api.h etc. LuaSandbox 4.0.0 - Add docbook documentation (for php.net) - Flag optional and variadic parameters properly for PHP reflection - Remove memory leaks in data_conversion.c - Drop PHP5 and HHVM compatibility - Add PHP 8 support - Windows compilation fixes protobuf 3.15.4 New changes in 3.15.4: * read_property() handler is not supposed to return NULL (#8362)
Smashing Magazine is known for lengthy, comprehensive articles. But what about something different for a change? What about shorter, concise pieces with useful tips that you could easily read over a short coffee break? As an experiment, this is one of the shorter "Quick Tips"-kind-of articles -- shorter posts prepared and edited by our editorial team. What do you think? Let us know in the comments! --Ed. The Internet is the foundation of our craft. But what do we actually know about its underlying technology? How do DNS, networks and HTTPS work? What happens in the browser when we type a URL in the address bar?The post Breaking It Down To The Bits: How The Internet, DNS, And HTTPS Work appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Looking for some creative objects to use as gifts for your designer friends? Or maybe you just want to buy something creative and cool just for yourself? Here are 24 creative objects all designers will love! These were made by designers for designers and will surely spark your interest! From ultra-futuristic shoes, geeky office objects and gorgeous furnitures, […] The post 24 Creative Objects Designers Will Love appeared first on Line25.
Be honest. Have you ever created something that was just bad? Now, have you ever designed something bad on purpose? It’s a strange concept, but one that we’re going to be exploring more today. Sometimes designing something bad can actually yield a positive result. Not sure about that idea? Read on and you just might […]
Believe it or not, I have just had that type of client. My drafts were impressive to say the least. My design concept was worth much more than I will ever get paid for it. I had forethought each and every possibility, even error handling was already cared for. I was just that little bit proud of myself, and I expected the client to be at least satisfied if not even profoundly thankful. I didn’t expect some kind of reverence. No. But what I also did not expect was this: By the way, we have more cartoons for you here.* You might also be interested in the following articlesCartoon: I’ll Know it When I See itCartoon: Photoshop Magic GaloreCartoon: If Web Designers Were Pilots … Cartoon: Nothing too SophisticatedCartoon: If Web Designers Were Car Salesmen [#002]Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Pizza Boys 
The digital services and consulting provider Infosys unveiled a new set of Enterprise Agile DevOps capabilities that will help businesses strengthen customer-centricity and innovation. Enterprises can transform the way they develop and deliver products and services by reimaging customer journeys. “Forward thinking firms are now evolving to a product centric operating model to ingrain customer … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Infosys unveils new Enterprise Agile DevOps capabilities, Algolia announces Series D funding, Ampere to acquire OnSpecta appeared first on SD Times.
Whether you are a digital artist, image manipulator or simply someone who loves editing and creating images, you will appreciate a software to speed up your work process and make your life easier. You may be familiar with Filter Forge, after all, this computer graphics program has been around since 2007 and is in continuous...
Even the most talented run out of creative juice every now and then. There are days when we are overflowing with ideas and beaming with imagination and energy, and then there are those days when we ask ourselves why we even bothered to get out of bed. For the latter, we need to consult an external source of inspiration in […] The post 50 Motivating Artist Quotes That Will Ignite Your Inspiration appeared first on Line25.
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