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Editor's Note: Our dear friend Anselm Hannemann summarizes what happened in the web community in the past few weeks in one handy list, so that you can catch up on everything new and important. Enjoy! Welcome back to our monthly reading list. Before we dive right into all the amazing content I stumbled upon -- admittedly, this one is going to be quite a long update -- I want to make a personal announcement. This week I launched a personal project called Colloq, a new conference and event service for users and organizers. If you're going to events or are organizing one or if you're interested in the recorded content of conferences, this could be for you. So if you like, go ahead and check it out.The post Monthly Web Development Update 11/2017: Browser News, KRACK and Vary Header Caching appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
The smell of rain after a hot day, watching the moon rise on a summer night's sky, going for a swim -- often it's the simple experiences that inspire us and that we treasure most. No matter what July will have in store for you this year, our new batch of wallpapers is bound to cater for some colorful inspiration along the way. More than nine years ago, we started out on this wallpapers adventure to bring you beautiful and inspiring wallpapers every month.
What should you focus on when learning new skills? Here are five exciting design specialties that will help broaden your skillset. The post Exciting Design Specialties to Broaden Your Skillset appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Did you know that a simple search for "depression" on the iPhone App Store brings up 198 results? In the Android Play Store, it brings up 239. The categories range from "Medical" to "Health & Fitness" to "Lifestyle." The apps themselves offer everything from "depressing wallpaper" to "mood tracker" to "life coach." We are approaching a golden age of digital therapeutics and design for mental health — if we as UX practitioners do our jobs well.
When Anna Lytical heard Stephen and I talking about “What is CodePen?” she mentioned we did fab without her. So of course, I had to do one with her! Anna creates fun coding content all over the web, in addition to being an engineer at Google. Catch her on YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter. For […] The post #318: Anna Lytical on What CodePen Is appeared first on CodePen Blog.
Tobias Dahlberg is an Entrepreneur & Strategist. He is the Founder of Wonder, a strategic brand and design consultancy, and Founder of The Future Academy. The post [Podcast] The Future of Branding with Valerie Jacobs first appeared on JUST(TM) Creative.
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Last month I was on PHPSW meetup in Bristol UK with Rector talk. To be honest, Nette to Symfony migration under 80 hours was not a big deal there. To my surprise, upgrading PHPUnit tests was. So I was thinking, let's take it from the floor in one go, from PHPUnit 4 to the latest PHPUnit 8.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: PHP 7.1.31 Released php|architect News: Renovating Applications with Symfony Laravel News: Laravel Cloud Source Code on GitHub Akra's DevNotes: Developing WordPress sites with Docker Tomáš Votruba Blog: How to Convert Listeners to Subscribers and Reduce your Configs Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Jason McCreary Derick Rethans: PHP Internals News: Episode 20: Test Infrastructure Improvements Jason McCreary: Laravel - Some Shifty Bits stitcher.io: Things dependency injection is not about murze.be: A?AYA"A? Watch Taylor Otwell reveal Laravel Vapor at Laracon US Jason McCreary: Testing makes me a confident developer JoliCode blog - les derniers articles: How we run redirection.io on SymfonyCloud
Frontend and design are remarkably complex these days. That's why we invite kind, smart folks from the community to run [online workshops](https://smashingconf.com/online-workshops/) for all of us to learn together. And we have new ones coming up, and we'd like to kindly welcome you to join in.
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