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The Laravel News site is back with the latest part in their series covering the combination of Laravel and Vue.js to create a basic application. In this latest part (part 3) they continue from the previous tutorials and show how to pull in real data versus the fake data from before. We will continue building our Vue SPA with Laravel by showing you how to load asynchronous data before the vue-router enters a route. We left off in Building a Vue SPA With Laravel Part 2 finishing a UsersIndex Vue component which loads users from an API asynchronously. We skimped on building a real API backed by the database and opted for fake data in the API response from Laravel's factory() method. If you haven't read Part 1 and Part 2 of building a Vue SPA with Laravel, I suggest you start with those posts first and then come back. I'll be waiting for you! In this tutorial, we are also going to swap out our fake /users endpoint with a real one powered by a database. They get immediately back to the code, creating a "user" table seeder to generate randomized data and adding it for execution. Next, they switch to the database side, creating the MySQL database for the user data and running the seeding to create the users. The tutorial then shows the creation of the Users controller and what the resulting JSON will look like when pulling all users. Finally, it moves out to the client side and shows how to pull in the data pre-load and push the user details into a template to be rendered.
In today’s Photoshop tutorial I’m going to show you how to create a vintage photo effect, based on Daguerreotypes from the 1800s. Being the most common photography method in the 19th century, this photo style is often associated with old portraits and scenes of the wild west. Daguerreotypes were exposed onto polished metal plates which […] The post Video Tutorial: Daguerreotype Vintage Photo Effect appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
VSCO is one of the most popular apps for adding effects and editing photos for Instagram and social media. But what if you want to achieve a similar effect using VSCO style Photoshop actions? We handpicked a collection of VSCO-inspired Photoshop actions you can use to easily recreate the same effects of the VSCO filters […]
For most charities and non-profit organizations, choosing a right design for the website is crucial. Thus, they often turn to themes already prepared and easy to install and customize as they represent a cost-effective option which can provide a professional and trustworthy effect. To exemplify, we invite you to go through the following list of […] The post 25 Non Profit Website Templates for 501 C Organizations appeared first on Line25.
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In a new post to his site Matthias Noback walks you down a road to dependency injection, sharing his process of migrating a codebase from static calls to a more modern, robust dependency injection pattern. I've worked with several code bases that were littered with calls to Zend_Registry::get(), sfContext::getInstance(), etc. to fetch a dependency when needed. I'm a little afraid to mention facades here, but they also belong in this list. The point of this article is not to bash a certain framework (they are all lovely), but to show how to get rid of these "centralized dependency managers" when you need to. He talks about this common use case of "statics everywhere" and some of the problems with coupling your code to a static way of doing things. He walks through the steps towards modernization including injecting the container itself into the controller and shifting logic out into services. He also makes suggestions on what to do when constructor injection isn't possible and how to deal with "temporal coupling".
The web design marketplace has never been more flooded with choices for consumers. Whether we're competing with other talented designers or DIY services that promise the moon (all for one... The post Convincing Clients to Invest in a Custom Website appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
A good script font is hard to find. I’m extremely picky when it comes to this particular area of typefaces and tend to hate most of what I see. With this post, you can skip the work of sorting through the junk, and cut straight to the best script and handwritten Google Fonts that are […]
Give your desktop a makeover with this new collection of wallpapers. Designed by the community for the community, the wallpapers come in versions with and without a calendar for November 2020.
This week's Designer News (N.434) includes Free Wireframing Sheets, A Quick Rundown of the New Gmail, Why Users Make More Errors with Instant Inline Validation, How to Make Front-End Developers Happy, Scrolling Interactions and Techniques, a Free Jekyll Template, Good Designer/Bad Designer and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 434 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
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