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Scroll bouncing (also sometimes referred to as scroll 'rubber-banding', or 'elastic scrolling') is often used to refer to the effect you see when you scroll to the very top of a page or HTML element, or to the bottom of a page or element, on a device using a touchscreen or a trackpad, and empty space can be seen for a moment before the element or page springs back and aligns itself back to its top/bottom (when you release your touch/fingers).
Motivational speakers love to tell us to "dream big". And while that certainly sounds inspirational, it should probably be taken with the proverbial grain of salt. This is especially so... The post Setting the Right Goals & Expectations for Your Web Design Business appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Once someone starts using your app, they need to know where to go and how to get there at any point. Good navigation is a vehicle that takes users where they want to go. But establishing good navigation is a challenge on mobile due to the limitations of the small screen and the need to prioritize content over chrome. Different navigation patterns have been devised to solve this challenge in different ways, but they all suffer from a variety of usability problems. In this article, we'll examine five basic navigation patterns for mobile apps and describe the strengths and weaknesses of each of them. If you'd like to add some patterns and spice up your designs, you can download and test Adobe XD for free and get started right away.The post Basic Patterns For Mobile Navigation: Pros And Cons appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Worldwide tourism has immense potential for growth, and this sector has evolved drastically in the last few decades. Now travel, and tourism is becoming one of the mainstays of the world economy. According to The United Nations World Tourism Organization report, International tourist arrivals worldwide have grown from 25 million in 1950 to 1.4 billion...
Do you feel stressed from time to time? I do. Recently, I experimented with meditation and yoga, just to see if and how they work. There's a lot of advice you can find online and they all claim to transform your life entirely. Let's be honest: yoga is great for calming your mind and exercising your body muscles, while meditation is a great way to reset your mind after a stressful day. Nevertheless, I think neither one of them can really prevent you from being stressed. I also don't think they can solve all of your problems. But as with many things in life, they're definitely two of the things out there that can help you improve your personal life, and probably help you calm down a bit and get you more relaxed.The post Web Development Reading List #189: Sync Via Push API, RTL CSS, And The Disaster Factory appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
With the help of the module Laravel eCommerce SaaS Per Product Shipping tenants can create custom offline online shipping methods and charge shipping rates on a product basis. For each product, the merchant can mention its shipping cost. Please Note - To use this extension, you must install Laravel e-Commerce Multi-Company SaaS Module first. The Tenant can Active [...]
A new design trend has emerged in the last year: Soft UI or Neumorphism is everywhere. Even Apple is in on the trend; the company introduced a host of changes in both its mobile and desktop operating systems that use the style. The elements of Soft UI introduced by Apple reflect various aspects of the […] The post Soft UI: Making Sense of the Latest Design Trend first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
In a recent post to the Hackernoon site, Sergii Shanin shares his take on the "PHP is dead" conversations and posts out there with the expected "Viva le PHP!" (long live PHP!) following it. The fracas over Gutenberg and WordPress is the latest installment in the death of PHP. Take a deep breath everybody. Let's ignore the trolls and take a look at what Mark Twain, Fidel Castro and PHP have in common?--?and more to the point, why PHP is still a reasonable choice for startups and small businesses. t looks like 'PHP is dead' blog posts started cropping up in 2011 (let me know if you find older ones). If you search around Medium and the coding bootcamps that are popping up like mushrooms, the only common denominator is that everyone hates on PHP or simply ignores it. Apparently, it's impossible to code in PHP with an oiled beard and ironic t-shirt while drinking overpriced coffee. He shares two of the most wide-spread myths about PHP - that it's slow and that it can't scale - and dispels them. He then goes through some types projects where PHP "shines" including content driven websites and e-commerce sites. He shares some the "business sense" around choosing PHP, the perspective senior PHP developers bring to teams and projects, and the seeming "nine lives" of PHP.
There are many facets of internet privacy that must come together in order to provide the best possible protection for users, and it all starts with each application and platform doing their part. According to Curtis Simpson, chief information security officer at the cybersecurity platform provider Armis, the way organizations protect their users comes down … continue reading The post Internet Privacy and User Protection appeared first on SD Times.
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