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These days, starting an online business is a pretty straightforward proposition. There are countless tools and platforms that can help you set up a storefront, track orders, and collect payments. In 2010, however, things were much different. Setting up an e-commerce store or other internet business meant a lot of hard work building websites and...
Do you ever look at a website and think, why did they do that? Sometimes with website design trends, that's the exact thought that can come to mind. What about an element works (or doesn't) and why did it get so popular so fast? That's the theme of this month's roundup. Here's what's trending in […] The post 3 Essential Design Trends, May 2022 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
The email channel is known for multiple advantages. It is convenient to implement practically, offers many options, and has a fantastic ROI of up to 4200%. But we also face problems, the most disappointing of which is people ignore emails, not performing the desired action, or worst of all unsubscribing. Why does it happen? The web […] The post 7 Worst Fails in Email Marketing first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
As is mentioned in this new post from the Laravel News site, the latest product in the Laravel ecosystem - Laravel Nova - is now available for purchase. We expected a Nova release at Laracon EU 2018 around the same time that Laravel 5.7 is due out. In an unexpected move (and in light of many people wanting to get their hands on Nova early) Taylor decided to ship Nova. [...] Laravel Nova works with both Laravel 5.6 and the upcoming release of Laravel 5.7, so rest assured that it works with the latest stable version. So what's Nova? It describes itself as "a beautifully designed administration panel for Laravel. Carefully crafted by the creators of Laravel to make you the most productive developer in the galaxy." It provides most of the functionality you'd expect from an administration panel including user management, model (resource) details, metrics and the ability to extend via custom functionality. The per-site pricing is relatively affordable and has two levels: Solo for $99 and Pro for $199.
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Introduction For me, even after having pushed the deploy button many times, deploying to production keeps being dreadful. Accidentally pushing an unwanted feature that sneaked in somehow is one of the many things I am afraid of. In this blog post I show you how we reduced our deployment anxiety with a script using git log for listing all the features that go live after pushing that deploy-to-pro button. In this blog post I first introduce you to the way we work and provide you with the necessary information to… The post Know what you deploy – a script using git log for listing all features that go live appeared first on bol.com Techlab.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), which sets international standards for the web, has announced the formation of the WebExtensions Community Group (WECG). WebExtensions is an API for developing extensions for different web browsers. Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla are among the first to initiate this group, but the WebExtensions Community Group also welcomes other … continue reading The post Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla form WebExtensions Community Group appeared first on SD Times.
This is one more tutorial on Laravel 5.8 framework and in this post you can find how to join multiple table in Laravel 5.8 framework. Here we will take example of fetch data from two or more table by using inner join in Laravel 5.8 and display on web page. If you are looking for learn how to make in...
Having insufficient IT resources is one of the major challenges that IT organizations are facing today, and companies will need to implement upskilling programs in order to combat this. According to DevOps Institute's 2022 Upskilling IT report, 40% of those surveyed said that the resource skill shortage is one of their top three challenges. While … continue reading The post Report: Upskilling is becoming a major challenge for organizations appeared first on SD Times.
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