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From buying a domain and hosting service, through to choosing the best theme for your business - find out how to build a website from scratch in 6 easy steps. The post 6 Step Guide to Building a Website With Zero Coding first appeared on JUST(TM) Creative.
For those that weren't able to make it to the Laracon US 2018 (Chicago) conference, the Laravel News site has posted a recap of the event and their experiences. Laracon US 2018 is now in the books and it was a fantastic event and a lot of fun was had in Chicago. As someone who has never visited Chicago before I was very impressed with the city. The weather was magnificent and the parts I walked around seemed safe and pretty clean for a large city. [...] Every Laracon strives to bring a great experience from the venue to the location, the swag, and this year didn't disappoint. The post then goes on to talk about some of the swag the conference handed out, the venue where it was held and a link to the keynote from Laravel creator Taylor Otwell (and a matching live blog). The post also includes several pictures the author (Eric Barnes) took during the conference.
With GraphQL, FQL, and IndexedDB2, we have new tools at our fingertips that allow us to build products that are not only more flexible but also faster. With this week's Web Development Reading List, we'll dive a bit deeper into these promising technologies and combine this with thoughts about the openness of the internet, ethical choices, and building inclusive products. So without further ado, let's get started! Chrome 57 just hit stable, now the Chrome developer team announced Chrome 58 beta. It includes IndexedDB2.0 support and improvements to iframe navigation. Among the smaller changes are also auto-pause/resume of video on Android when the window is in the background and the fact that HTTPS is now required for the Web Notifications API.The post Web Development Reading List #175: GraphQL, IndexedDB2, And An Open Ethical Internet appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Dee, Chris, and Alex talk all about the technology of Elasticsearch. That’s a link to the company itself right there, which is relevant as we use them directly to host our production Elasticsearch. We use it for (wait for it): search. But interestingly enough, that’s not all. Elasticsearch is just a data store that can […] The post #309: Elasticsearch appeared first on CodePen Blog.
This article was contributed by Robert Katai. I am sure that as marketers, you are already aware of the importance of visuals in a content marketing strategy. Content is indeed the king of marketing but it cannot be limited to just text. You need to pair your words with visuals in order to capture your audience's attention. However, the way your page looks it may not be enough for a maximum conversion. Apart from the content, which I am sure is already fabulous, you will need a website that loads fast and in order to get there, you need a lucrative strategy towards this goal. This article will analyze some of the most important things that need to be considered when you are working with graphics and how to better optimize them and your pages for maximum speed. Why do you need speed? Search engines and especially Google, favour speed against everything else. While since this year speed was important, starting from July 2018, Google announced that it will be a major factor in website ranking. What does this mean? It means that you will need your pages to load as fast as possible on desktop and mobile devices as […]
Introduction Here is the list of 5 things or decisions you should consider before starting a wireframe. These are the crucial questions that should be asked at the early stage of your project and it'll smoothen your wireframing process. 1. Device Support Usually, the stakeholders will tell you which devices to support, but sometimes you will realize that it will be cross-platform or responsive by studying the goals of the product. Or, you might have to select the best devices for the product.
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One of the most widely used applications of Adobe Suite would be InDesign. Primarily, it is used to create a variety of publications, be it lifestyle magazines, technical brochures, or entire novels. It may not appear to be as fancy as Photoshop or CorelDraw, but it has a lot of potential. While playing around with […] The post 10 Best Newest InDesign Tutorials for Designers first appeared on Line25.
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