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Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Symfony Finland: PHP 7.1 vs 7.2 Benchmarks (with Docker and Symfony Flex) Jason McCreary: Writing Clean Code (Part 2) Alejandro Celaya: Properly passing data from outer layers of a PHP application to the use case layer SitePoint PHP Blog: Symfony Flex: Paving the Path to a Faster, Better Symfony TopTal.com: Introduction to Objects and References in PHP Memory Rob Allen: Displaying errors in Expressive with Twig Robert Basic: Creating datetimes from a format with a timezone
Presenting a project proposal or startup idea in a slideshow can be a daunting task. But it gets easier when you have the right PowerPoint proposal template at your side. PowerPoint proposal templates allow you to design more attractive and persuasive slideshows to present your various business proposals, ideas, and projects in your meetings. In […]
Humans have been creating art for thousands of years, with the oldest known human-made works of artistic expression dating back 40,000 years to caves in Indonesia. But despite nearly 40... The post How to Become a Designer Without Going to School appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
To whomever contributes to PHP, from a userland developer. Let me start by thanking those who actively work on the PHP project. Those who contribute to the core, extensions, maintain the docs or vote on RFCs: thank you for a language that I can use every day both in my professional and personal lif...
One of the default keyboard shortcuts I really like from VS Code is the ability to move lines around. I went a long time in my career as a developer never doing this, but once I learned the commands, I use them as naturally as copy and paste. Anytime you’re on a line (or have […] The post Moving Lines/Blocks of Code with Option ⬆️ and ⬇️ appeared first on CodePen Blog.
The best laptops for coding, programming and development in 2019, including models from Apple, Dell, Google, Huawei and more.
Access All Areas members have a brilliant collection of vector resources to download this week, courtesy of Freepik. These spring patterns contain a range of watercolour style floral illustrations, ranging from colourful blossom to leafy stems. Each one is made up of 100% vector graphics, meaning they can be scaled to any size for use […] The post Watercolour Style Floral Patterns for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Keith Mifsud: PHP Software Development Workflow php[architect]: Security Corner: PHP, meet Libsodium ZFort.com: The Mexican Standoff of PHP Frameworks Sergey Zhuk: Does Factory Method Violate Open/Closed Principle CloudWays Blog: Clash Between Top Laravel CMS: OctoberCMS VS AsgardCMS TutsPlus.com: Rapid Web Deployment for Laravel With GitHub, Linode, and RunCloud.io Sarfraz Ahmed: Laravel: Automatic Vendor Cleanup Command Matthew Weier O'Phinney: PSR-15 php[architect] Podcast Episode 6: Setting Up to Succeed That Podcast: Episode 44: The One Where We Manage Products Jeff Madsen: Your Company is Screwing Itself by Not Supporting Open Source Software Ross Tuck: Returning From Command Buses Gonzalo Ayuso: Handling Amazon SNS messages with PHP, Lumen and CloudWatch php[architect]: PHP Sessions in Depth Mark Baker: Closures, Anonymous Classes and an alternative approach to Test Mocking (Part 4) Delicious Brains Blog: WP-CLI Packages: Supercharge Your WordPress Development Andreas Moller: Makefile for lazy developers
We all get tons of new ideas constantly as designers. Which is awesome – don’t get me wrong – but sometimes we get way more ideas than we can actually... The post What To Do With All Those Spare Creative Ideas appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Design tokens are a way to easily identify and understand the elements in a design system. As more designers and companies adopt use of design tokens, their value will continue to grow. The key to design tokens is that they facilitate cross-disciplinary collaboration. More people on a team can understand and use design values without […]
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