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Blackfire.io, the PHP performance profiling service, has announced a series of webinars aimed to help you learn more about the service and how it can help you get the most out of your code. These webinars are spread out all across the globe so anyone can attend at a timezone-appropriate hour. Here's the list for the October and November sessions: [Getting Started with Blackfire (October 30th, 2018 - US Session)](Getting Started with Blackfire (October 30th, 2018 - US Session)) Getting Started with Blackfire (October 30th, 2018 - European Session) Getting Started with Blackfire (November 6th, 2018 - US Session) Getting Started with Blackfire (November 6th, 2018 - European Session) Introduction to Blackfire (November 13th, 2018 - US Session) Introduction to Blackfire (November 13th, 2018 - European Session) Getting Started with Blackfire (November 20th, 2018 - US Session) Getting Started with Blackfire (November 20th, 2018 - European Session) Getting Started with Blackfire (November 21st, 2018 - Asian Session) You can find out more about the contents of each sessions - "Getting Started with Blackfire", "Introduction to Blackfire" and "Automating Performance Testing with Blackfire" - by clicking on the link for the related event. If you're interested at all in improving the performance of your application, check one of these webinars out. Blackfire offers their "Hack" level of support to try out for free too so there's no reason not to give it a shot!
This is a brief history of UI development within the broader topic of software development and reflects my personal journey to build a chessvariant application for fun. The UI matters a lot because it dominates the code in most professional/commercial applications. Typically, the code that controls how you interact with your application takes up most … continue reading The post Why low code/no code is on the rise appeared first on SD Times.
Summer might be over, but the memories of the places you've visited and the people you've met remain. No matter if you explored an exotic country, packed your car for a road trip or took out the hiking boots to discover the nature around you -- traveling is a great opportunity to discover new places, gain a fresh view on things, and make lasting experiences. To keep the essence of summer alive a bit longer, the creative minds at AgenteStudio dedicated an entire icon set to traveling. It includes 60 icons with everything from transportation and equipment to nature, activities and other motifs that are bound to awaken your wanderlust. The icons come in two versions -- one monochromatic line art and one with color accents. EPS, AI, SVG and PNG formats are available, so it's easy to customize the icons to your liking.The post 60 Travel Icons To Awaken Your Wanderlust (Freebie) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Whether you're working on a book cover design for an indie author or a publishing company, a great way to show off your professionalism and win over your client is to present your design with a book cover mockup template. Book cover mockup templates not only let you present your designs more professionally but also […]
The web is single-threaded. This makes it increasingly hard to write smooth and responsive apps. Workers have a bad rep, but can be an important and useful tool in any web developer's toolbelt for these kinds of problems. Let's get up to speed on Workers on the Web!
I am a web developer. Although, this was not always the case. Years ago, I took a two-year course which resulted in a certification to be a software specialist –... The post Learning Web Development is Much Easier than You Think! appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Running a copy of WordPress on your local machine is a fairly simple process (we have some helpful information on doing this). But you may be wondering about the actual... The post 5 Cool Things You Can Do with a Local Install of WordPress appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
php[architect] magazine has released their latest issue for November 2018: Generics and Project Success. In this issue they feature articles like: "The Case for Generics in PHP" by Chris Holland "Maintaining Laravel Applications" by Jason McCreary "Getting Started With Php? Let's Start the Right Way!" by Junior Grossi "How to Knock Down Any Project in Ten Steps" by Pawe? Lewtak The usual columns are all returning including Joe Ferguson continuing his series on creating packages, Eric Mann covering five security risks to look for in a code review, and James Titcumb with some resources you can use to continue "leveling up" in your development career. If you want to "try before you buy", they're also offering a free article, "The Case for Generics in PHP" by Chris Holland. You can pick up a copy of your own directly from the php[architect] site or subscribe to their print or PDF versions!
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It can be easy to think of email marketing as this impenetrable thing that only someone with a lot of tech and marketing experience could attempt. There are good reasons to get involved with email marketing - it's the best, most personal way to reach people and is a low-cost investment to increase sales. I'm...
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