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If I had a dollar for every time somebody asked me to create a Web IDE, I could buy myself at least 3 cappuccinos - Hence, obviously this is something people are interested in. So why not burn a weekend actually doing it I thought to myself. And the results can be found below. Notice, I won't be challenging Visual Studio or Rider IDE for a "feature battle" anytime soon, but then again neither can you run their stuff on your phone - Which you can with my stuff ;)
Ideas: the germs that grow into those great, award-winning designs we all want to have our names attached to. We all get dozens of ideas constantly, which typically range from... The post Stop Worrying About People Stealing Your Ideas appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The PHPUgly podcast, hosted by PHP community members Eric Van Johnson, John Congdon and Thomas Rideout, has posted their latest episode: Episode #105 - Exposed Source. Topics mentioned in this show include: Gmail's Smart Compose Who controls glibc? Stack Overflow for Teams Fortnight going cross-platform for PS4, XBox, iOS and mobile You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 directly. If you enjoy the show, be sure to subscribe to their feed and follow them on Twitter for the latest updates when new shows are released.
Sometimes, even the best of friends can have a disagreement. That's the sort of vibe that WordPress and its community have been dealing with for quite some time. There's still... The post Reasons to Stick with WordPress appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
As we settle into this new era of social distancing, Zoom meetings, and working in your PJs, et al., it pays to spruce up your online presence, aka, your digital resume. For any professional (in or out of the job market), that means tweaking your LinkedIn profile to make it as powerful as possible. Because let's face it, in the (post) Covid era we live in, platforms such as LinkedIn are more important than ever before. Keeping that in mind, we've scoured the internet (and the answers left on Quora by career counselors) to find the most effective tactics you … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Migration, according to Oxford Learner's Dictionary, is "the slow or gradual movement of something from one place to another." This term describes many things and phenomena in our world — both with positive and negative tint. In software development, the word "migration," when we need to upgrade or change technology in a project, usually falls under the latter case, unfortunately. "Good," "Fast," "Cheap". We used to pick only two in many situations when we need to make a choice either in development, in business, or in life in general.
In today’s Adobe Illustrator video tutorial we’re going to create a simple geometric pattern using a bunch of hexagons and a nice colour scheme, finished off with some subtle textures. I’ve done a couple of tutorials based on this style of artwork in the past, but I’ve since been enlightened about a third party script […] The post Video Tutorial: Hexagonal Geometric Pattern in Illustrator appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Access All Areas members have a huge collection of textures to download this week courtesy of Simon from The Shop. This pack of Blue Rusted Metal Textures are sourced from a dumpster on a demolition site and edited for lens distortion, lighting, orientation, and color correction. The textures range from subtle to extremely corroded and […] The post Blue Rusted Metal Textures for Access All Areas Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
The prospect of travelling while making money from it is what attracts most people towards becoming a travel blogger in the first place. But as
The Widgets screen will soon take on the same look as the Gutenberg block editor. We take a quick look at the new block-based widgets. The post The WordPress Widgets Screen Joins the Gutenberg Era appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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