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Reading from and writing to the user’s clipboard can be both a very useful and dangerous capability. Used correctly and it’s a huge convenience to the user; used dubiously and the user could suffer catastrophic consequences. Imagine a wrong account number or wallet address being copied — yikes! This is why programmatic copy and pasting […] The post navigator.clipboard API appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
Dave Malouf is a DesignOps expert and industry veteran. He’s contributed to developing the practice, including sharing his knowledge through blog posts, interviews, and talks. UXPin hosted a free webinar with Dave where he shared his insights on a Holistic Design Operations approach to enterprise design. UXPin Merge is the ultimate DesignOps tool. Simplify and The post 5 Powerful Insights About Design Value From Dave Malouf appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
As a developer, you're always looking for cutting-edge tools, tricks, and extensions to improve your productivity and efficiency. Being able to manage your time better is a valuable skill for software engineers. Therefore, here's a list of Visual Studio Code extensions that help frontend developers (and more!) to increase their productivity by at least 10 to 20%.
WordPress makes it very easy to run a video blog or website. With the help of right plugins, you can embed or host videos on your website within minutes. Plus,... The post 10 Best WordPress Video Themes for 2016 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
This week's Designer News (No 477) includes Colorful Typographic Experiments, Free Bootstrap 4 Material Kit, What are Design Systems?, Creating 3D worlds with HTML and CSS, Improving WordPress Code With Modern PHP, Interactive Typography Cheatsheet, Regex Cheat Sheet, Pure CSS Drawing Essentials and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 477 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
If there is one thing that will stand the test of time, it's thumb placement on mobile devices. This makes consideration of the "thumb zone", a term coined in Steven Hoober's research, an important factor in the design and development of mobile interfaces. Have you ever interacted with a mobile website or app that simply didn't play nice with your thumbs? Perhaps you've had to stretch to get to an important menu, or swiping turned into a battle with multiple swiping elements. Mishaps such as these reveal poor consideration of the thumb zone.The post The Thumb Zone: Designing For Mobile Users appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
I recently sat down with Rock Zhang, a Chinese mobile entrepreneur. Rock is my classmate from business school, and we have both worked in the mobile industry for a while. In an age when the best marketing is good product management, Rock knows how to make millions of Chinese users fall in love with an app. I asked him to share his thoughts on app localization. For me, China has always been a hard market to crack. I've marketed several mobile apps in European and US markets, and my apps have been featured many times in the App Stores in Russia, Israel, Spain, Germany and the US. But in China, our growth was stalling, and I don't think we ever got a request for promotional artwork to be featured in the App Store. Truth be told, my "Asian expansion strategy" usually boiled down to hiring freelance translators through Elance to help me localize App Store pages in Chinese, Korean and Japanese.The post Five Rules Of App Localization In China: Money, Dating And App Store appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
On the TutsPlus.com site there's a new tutorial posted showing you how to use the Symfony Console component to create custom CLI commands. In this article, we're going to explore how you could create custom command-line interface (CLI) commands in your PHP applications using the Symfony Console component. After installing the necessary libraries, we'll create a few handful of examples to demonstrate the concepts of the Console component. In fact, this component is used by several PHP frameworks to develop CLI applications, and a few popular frameworks are already using this component as a starting point. The tutorial starts with a brief introduction to the Console component and what kind of features it offers. Following this it includes the instructions to get the component installed, configured and shows the creation of a first "hello world" command. With some of the basics in place, the tutorial then moves on to a more real-world example showing the creation of a "clear cache" command that includes a "groups" input option.
Recessions are nothing new in the U.S. We've experienced three over the last three decades. And on Friday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) declared that the global economy had just entered a new recession as a result of the spread of the coronavirus. This economic downturn might be the toughest we've undergone yet. But while...
eCommerce is a booming industry today, but navigating the online space can be tricky. With so many options that users can shop in, you need to keep your site attractive to keep users interested. However, maintaining users' attention is more challenging than it sounds, and this is where eCommerce pop-ups come in. What Is The... The post The Ultimate Guide To The Best eCommerce Pop-Up Design appeared first on noupe.
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