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Some weeks ago I have completely reinstalled macOS on my MacBook Pro. Today, while working on one of my projects, I realized that I forgot to reinstall the Imagick PHP extension. Since brew is not used as default package manager for PHP on Mac anymore, you have to use pecl to install additional PHP...
Access All Areas members have a new premium download this week! This collection of Photoshop Actions and Smart PSD allows you to easily generate halftone and engraved effects within your design work. Process your images with 9 effects via the 1-click Actions, or copy and paste your photo into the supplied PSD to apply a […] The post Photoshop Halftone & Engraved Effects for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
While web builders have been around for a long time, it wasn't until recently that they became practical for professional use. Closing the gap between design and code has become the north star for many companies and we are seeing a wave of tools that deliver on this promise.
Space is full of mysteries and scientists haven't been able to decode the its secrets in their entirety. And there is nothing as beautiful as space. People have always been fascinated by pictures from the space and of the universe. But they haven't been able to capture its beauty as a whole. So many people […] The post 10 Stunning Free Cosmic Backgrounds first appeared on Line25.
In a post to his site Robert Basic makes an interesting suggestion about older codebases (legacy code) and how they should be handled. He suggests treating legacy code like 3rd party code. Within the TDD community there's an advice saying that we shouldn't mock types we don't own. I believe it is good advice and do my best to follow it. [...] This hidden advice is that we should create interfaces, clients, bridges, adapters between our application and the 3rd party code we use. [...] What if we start looking at our legacy code the same way we look at the 3rd party code? This might be difficult to do, or even counterproductive, if the legacy code is in a maintenance-only mode, where we only fix bugs and tweak bits and pieces of it. But if we are writing new code that is (re)using legacy code, I believe we should look at legacy code the same way we look at 3rd party code, at least from the perspective of the new code. He suggests that legacy code and new code should live in different parts of the application's structure and that, in order to use the legacy code, the new code should use interfaces to it rather than using it directly. He gives an example, showing the use of a User class from the legacy code and interfaces that could be used from the new code to work with it.
In this collection, we've gathered the best free UI kits built with Bootstrap that you can use as a starting point on your next web design project. The post 15 Free Bootstrap UI Kits appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
These days, it's become extra important to make sure our homes are safe. More than anything, the pandemic has forced us to turn our personal spaces into offices, entertainment facilities, restaurants, and more! In other words, we do so many things at home now that it's become imperative for us to truly enjoy being in the confines of where we live. Whereas our houses and apartments used to only be resting places after long days of work, it's now become a hub where we do virtually everything. As a result, it's high time--if you don't have any yet--to put up reliable security home cameras in place. This helps you ensure that you're place is 100% safe and accounted for at all times! Top 10 Best Home Security Cameras in 2021 Arlo Pro 3 Spotlight Camera – $357 Deep Sentinel Smart Security System – $499 Maximus Camera Floodlight – $249 Ring Spotlight Cam Wired – $199 Google Nest Cam Outdoor 2-Pack – $199 Logitech Circle 2 – $199 Scout Alarm Video Doorbell – $119 VAVA Wireless Cam Pro – $129.99 CANARY All-in-One Indoor Camera – $89.95 Amcrest 4MP UltraHD Indoor – $69.99 YI Dome Camera – $33.99 Reolink Argus 2 – $99.99 […] The post The Best Home Security Cameras in 2021 first appeared on JUST(TM) Creative.
In today’s Photoshop tutorial we’re going to have some fun creating an abstract piece of artwork that features the Pixel Sorting effect, which is a type of glitch art that’s usually generated by computer code, but we’ll be replicating the appearance with Photoshop’s built in filters. If you search for pixel sorting artwork on sites […] The post Video Tutorial: Abstract Pixel Sorting Effect in Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
It's hard to think of a natural (or manmade) phenomena that grabs the attention quite like fire. You see it and can't look away. Maybe it has something to do... The post Playing with Fire: Examples of Creating Flame Effects with Code appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
As workforces become more distributed and remote, companies need to identify ways to improve employee satisfaction. Employee engagement, retention, and satisfaction are all important in... The post 6 Ways to Improve Employee Satisfaction for Better Company Success appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
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