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PHP Internals News: Episode 25: Security Management London, UK Thursday, August 29th 2019, 09:25 BST This episode of "PHP Internals News" is the second and last part of a longer conversation that I had with Stanislav Malyshev (GitHub, Linke...
The past few years have seen a wide variety of methods for creating web page layouts. CSS Grid is one of the newest and probably the most game-changing layout technique... The post How to Replicate the Bootstrap 3 Grid Using CSS Grid appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Today started just like any other day. You sat down at your desk, took a sip of coffee and opened up Xcode to start a new project. But wait! The similarities stop there. Today, we will try to build for a different platform! Don't be afraid. I know you are comfortable there on your iOS island, knocking out iOS applications, but today begins a brand new adventure. Today is the day we head on over to macOS development, a dark and scary place that you know nothing about. The good news is that developing for macOS using Swift has a lot more in common with iOS development than you realize. To prove this, I will walk you through building a simple screen-annotation application. Once we complete it, you will realize how easy it is to build applications for macOS.The post A Swift Transition From iOS To macOS Development appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Tomas Votruba has a post to his site sharing some background on a migration he recently helped perform migrating an application from Nette to Symfony. On the break of January/February 2019, we migrated whole Entrydo project from Nette to Symfony. It was API backend with no templates, but still, it wasn't as easy as I expected. Many coffees and beers were drunk during this migration. 0 programmers were too frustrated to give up. Yet, you'd laugh if you knew what took us the most time. He starts with some of the reasoning why they wanted to make the move and walks through the steps they took to get there: getting ready making a commitment automated migrations > manual changes He also talks about some "WTF moments" they had along the way where code that should have worked wasn't (and the simple issue that caused them).
Adobe Photoshop is a professional photo editing software that you can use to create beautiful artworks. Although it includes many useful features, you can always add more functionalities to expand its capabilities. For instance, you can add more brushes, install plugins and use actions. This article gathers a very useful collection of high-quality, free photo […] The post 20 Best Free Photo Overlay Brushes Sets for Photoshop appeared first on Line25.
Competition is a fact of life for business owners. You can't avoid it. Regardless of what you do, you're sure to be competing with other companies. Fortunately, there are tricks and tools available to help you stay one step ahead of the competition and claim your share of the market. This process starts with understanding...
We talked about cleaning legacy code with Rector 2 months ago on 40th meetup of PHP friends in Prague. Who is we? Me and CTO of the company I worked for, a great leader and technical expert who taught me a lot, Milan Mimra. The talk was not full of shallow tips, nor about framework migr...
One of the default keyboard shortcuts I really like from VS Code is the ability to move lines around. I went a long time in my career as a developer never doing this, but once I learned the commands, I use them as naturally as copy and paste. Anytime you’re on a line (or have […] The post Moving Lines/Blocks of Code with Option ⬆️ and ⬇️ appeared first on CodePen Blog.
Bad habits way back in the days, when we would acquire new project ideas and user requirements documents from our clients, Perhaps Sketch out few ideas and jump into intriguing Photoshop designing. Our reasoning for that methodology was to hit design gate run right out immediately to allow time for revision. After some time, we came to realize that we spent a lot of time designing, why? Revisions took all the time. The revisions were complicated; we had to adjust layouts, Graphics, and typography. Everything was frustrating, disastrous for project timelines, worrisome for clients and wearisome for us. It took … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
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