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Many of the Photoshop Brush packs I’ve created have just been configured as single-click brushes to stamp a texture into your artwork. Recently I’ve been experimenting with more advanced brush settings that allow the brush to be painted with, using continuous motions and varying pressure with a pen tablet. My new set of Grain Shader […] The post 10 Free Grain Shader Brushes for Adobe Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Over the past year, software development has seen an increase in the adoption of Lean software delivery practices. According to the "2021 State of Continuous Delivery Report" conducted by the Continuous Delivery Foundation, 74% of developers are currently utilizing some kind of DevOps practice. However, the software development community as a whole remains in the … continue reading The post Report: CI/CD still in early phase for much of software development community appeared first on SD Times.
This week's Designer News (N.415) includes Animation for Seamless Page Transitions, The Frontend Job Interview Preparation Guide, WordPressify, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines--for People Who Haven't Read Them, Responsive / Sortable / Filterable / Draggable Grid Layouts, Best Practices for Site Search Design, The Ultimate UX Guide to Color Design and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 415 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Whether you want to share a PowerPoint presentation with a colleague via email or upload it to a website, one of the best ways to reduce the size of a PowerPoint file is to compress its images. Visuals play a key role in a presentation. Especially today, audiences respond well to images and graphics better […]
What Is the MEAN Stack? Source: Dribbble In the web development process, various technologies are used. It depends on the project's complexity, budget, and other criteria. Web servers, libraries, front-end environments, and database systems are among them. Developers these days are using the strategy of using a combination of such tools and technologies to speed up and improve the web development process. MEAN stack is one of them.
Welcome to this month's collection of what's making the web look good. This time out we've got some new brands and some rebrands, and we've got some good examples of branding continuity across media. Branding continuity doesn't just mean putting the logo in the corner and using the same colors and type. It's about capturing […] The post 20 Best New Sites, September 2021 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
PowerPoint presentations are an important part of education. Any lecture can be made more entertaining and easily understandable by using an effective educational PowerPoint slideshow. Having a set of brilliantly designed slides also helps deliver your key points more effectively. This is where we want to help. In this post, we’re sharing a collection of […]
Paul Jones has a new post to his site showing how, on an ORM library he's been working on, he enhanced it to make PHPStorm autocompletion work better. I'm proud to announce the release of Atlas.Orm 3.0.0-beta1, along with releases of the supporting Mapper, Table, Pdo packages. (Atlas is a data-mapper for your persistence model, not your domain model, in PHP.) The goal for this release round was "better IDE return typehinting support" and I am happy to say that it has been a great success, though it did take some substantial renaming of classes. He starts by talking about some of his thoughts and usage of IDEs and, while he's not a heavy user, he understands the value of auto-completion. He covers some of the common issues IDEs run into with auto-completion and places it can get confused (ex: child classes versus parents). He discovered the .phpstorm.meta.php configuration file(s) and some of the changes he made to help resolve some of the issues using it. There was one other issue, illustrated by incorrectly determined return values, and how he resolved it. The post finishes with some of his thoughts about solutions versus tradeoffs, noting that while correct auto-completion is a nice goal, it may not be the best area to focus on.
In my guide to start testing your Laravel applications I mentioned two barriers to testing: time and skill. In this post, I want to address time. A?A?A? I'm someone who values time over anything else. From my perspective, time is the only thing I'll never have more of. It annoys me when something ...
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