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When it comes to creating prototypes, so many tools and methods are out there that choosing one is no easy task. Which one is the best? Spoiler alert: There is no "best" because it all depends on what you need at the moment! Here I'll share some insight into what to consider when you need to pick up a prototyping solution. I've always wanted to stay up to date on the latest design and prototyping tools, testing them shortly after they launch, just to see if any of them might improve my workflow and enable me to achieve better results. In the beginning, a few years ago, I think it was easier than it is now to decide whether a new tool was useful. Nowadays, apps are being released every day, and it's kind of difficult to give them all a proper try.The post Choosing The Right Prototyping Tool appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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HTML5 becoming the official standard in 2014 was a milestone for modern web development. Better semantics, and easier controls, especially on mobile devices, were central ideas of HTML5. About two years later, its successor, HTML5.1, is nearing completion. Many of the things that are new in HTML5.1 are already being used and supported by most browsers. “<picture>” Element and “srcset” Attribute For a long time, there were discussions about how to provide different images for different resolutions in responsive web design. As a result, the “<picture>” element was introduced, which allows for the display of different images via their own “<source>” elements. The W3C also answered the question how to mark images for high-resolution displays and monitors, and introduced the “srcset” attribute. Both the “<picture>” element and the “srcset” attribute are supposed to become a part of the new standard HTML5.1. Both markup types are already being used by many web developers. As there are fallback options for both cases, there was no reason to use the new element or attribute prematurely. By now, all large browsers have implemented “<picture>” and “srcset”, even though they still are no official part of HTML5. “month” and “week” as New Input Forms There is […]
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Latest PECL Releases:gRPC 1.21.3 - #19205 Fix ZTS build shutdown segfault mongodb 1.6.0alpha2 ** Bug * [PHPC-1331] - Fix typos in ReadPreference::__set_state() errors * [PHPC-1332] - PHP array API downcasts 64-bit integers to 32-bit values on Windows * [PHPC-1341] - Remove XFAIL for unacknowledged write concern test ** Epic * [PHPC-837] - Update PHP driver to test in Evergreen * [PHPC-1329] - Fix Windows build failures on AppVeyor ** Task * [PHPC-691] - Test that Server command/query execute methods send read preference to mongos * [PHPC-857] - Create Evergreen matrix for various test configurations * [PHPC-858] - Add authentication axis to Evergreen matrix * [PHPC-859] - Add SSL axis to Evergreen matrix * [PHPC-860] - Add PHP runtime axis to Evergreen matrix * [PHPC-861] - Add MongoDB version axis to Evergreen matrix * [PHPC-862] - Add Evergreen matrix to run against nightly server builds * [PHPC-863] - Add RHEL 7.1/Power 8 to the operating system axis * [PHPC-864] - Add storage engines to Evergreen matrix * [PHPC-1180] - Fix peer certificate verification errors for SSL clusters * [PHPC-1240] - Remove noprealloc, nssize and smallfiles from MO configurations * [PHPC-1271] - Add (only) RHEL on zSeries to Evergreen Matrix * [PHPC-1276] - Create tool chain for PHP binaries * [PHPC-1299] - Add Ubuntu 16.04/ARM64 to the operating system axis * [PHPC-1333] - Revert to virtualized Travis CI environments * [PHPC-1345] - Revise fragile session ID assertions * [PHPC-1364] - Upgrade libmongoc to 1.14.0 * [PHPC-1370] - Revise test assertion for unknown modifier error message ** Improvement * [PHPC-1301] - php_phongo_cursor_t.got_iterator should use bool type * [PHPC-1307] - Exception interface should extend Throwable on PHP 7+ * [PHPC-1373] - WriteResult is inaccessible if executeBulkWrite() encounters socket error gRPC 1.21.3RC1 - #19205 Fix ZTS build shutdown segfault mongodb 1.5.4 ** Bug * [PHPC-1378] - CFLAGS and LDFLAGS can cause truncated platform info in client metadata handshake * [PHPC-1387] - Consider error document for cursor exceptions ** Improvement * [PHPC-1359] - Ensure 4.0 drivers return an error when attempting sharded transactions on 4.2 couchbase 2.6.1 * documentation updates * improved test integration with CouchbaseMock parallel 1.1.0 - Fix #54 Input::add and Channel::send inconsistency - Fix #55 parallelrun may schedule in wrong thread - Anonymous channel support - Add parallelSync pcov 1.0.4 - Fix #17 Lines not covered when more tests are run - Improve perf of clear routine - Merge upstream cfg updates (switch block change) - Omit ignored opcodes from internal coverage data completely (doesn't effect users, except less memory used) runkit7 3.0.0RC1 Runkit7 3.0 finishes changing this extension's name from "runkit" to "runkit7". THIS WILL REQUIRE CHANGES TO YOUR BUILD SCRIPTS AND PHP.INI FILES. This change was made at the request of PECL admins, to comply with naming and packaging standards. The compiled shared object name has been changed from runkit.so to runkit7.so (Mac/Linux) and php_runkit.dll to php_runkit7.dll (Windows) (php.ini files should be changed to reference extension=runkit7.so or extension=php_runkit7.dll) The configure flag names have been changed from flags such as --enable-runkit / --enable-runkit-modify to --enable-runkit7 / --enable-runkit7-modify Code using extension_loaded('runkit') should be changed to extension_loaded('runkit7') (as well as uses of ReflectionExtension, etc.) The ini options runkit.superglobal and runkit.internal_override are unaffected. Changes in 3.0.0RC1 Update documentation Remove RUNKIT_VERSION datadog_trace 0.26.0 ### Added - Initial implementation of flushing spans via background thread #450 Changed URL-normalization rule boundaries #457 gRPC 1.21.2 - #19181 Fix ZTS build error - #19147 Fix shutdown segfault couchbase 3.0.0alpha3 * third alpha release componere 3.1.0 - Add PHP 7.4 support runkit7 3.0.0a1 Runkit7 3.0 finishes changing this extension's name from "runkit" to "runkit7". THIS WILL REQUIRE CHANGES TO YOUR BUILD SCRIPTS AND PHP.INI FILES. This change was made at the request of PECL admins, to comply with naming and packaging standards. The compiled shared object name has been changed from runkit.so to runkit7.so (Mac/Linux) and php_runkit.dll to php_runkit7.dll (Windows) (php.ini files should be changed to reference extension=runkit7.so or extension=php_runkit7.dll) The configure flag names have been changed from flags such as --enable-runkit / --enable-runkit-modify to --enable-runkit7 / --enable-runkit7-modify Code using extension_loaded('runkit') should be changed to extension_loaded('runkit7') (as well as uses of ReflectionExtension, etc.) The ini options runkit.superglobal and runkit.internal_override are unaffected. Other changes: It is now possible to disable superglobal support (--disable-runkit7-super was fixed) Classkit compatibility functions/constants have been removed. couchbase 3.0.0alpha2 * second alpha release runkit7 2.1.0 - Add runkit7_*() aliases for runkit_*() global functions. - Add RUNKIT7_* aliases for RUNKIT_* global constants. vld 0.16.0 - Preliminary PHP 7.4 support. translit 0.6.3 Repackage, and drop PHP < 5.6 support. protobuf 3.8.0 GA release.
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