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In a recent post to the Hackernoon site, Sergii Shanin shares his take on the "PHP is dead" conversations and posts out there with the expected "Viva le PHP!" (long live PHP!) following it. The fracas over Gutenberg and WordPress is the latest installment in the death of PHP. Take a deep breath everybody. Let's ignore the trolls and take a look at what Mark Twain, Fidel Castro and PHP have in common?--?and more to the point, why PHP is still a reasonable choice for startups and small businesses. t looks like 'PHP is dead' blog posts started cropping up in 2011 (let me know if you find older ones). If you search around Medium and the coding bootcamps that are popping up like mushrooms, the only common denominator is that everyone hates on PHP or simply ignores it. Apparently, it's impossible to code in PHP with an oiled beard and ironic t-shirt while drinking overpriced coffee. He shares two of the most wide-spread myths about PHP - that it's slow and that it can't scale - and dispels them. He then goes through some types projects where PHP "shines" including content driven websites and e-commerce sites. He shares some the "business sense" around choosing PHP, the perspective senior PHP developers bring to teams and projects, and the seeming "nine lives" of PHP.
This week's Designer News (N.417) includes The Basic Principles of Visual Design, Top 10 Web Design Trends From 2017, Using SVG to Create a Duotone Effect on Images, Open Source Design Blocks, Creating Pure CSS Images, Predicting UI/UX Trends for 2018 and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 417 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
With all of the changes and rapid advancements CSS has gone through over the last few years, we should not be surprised at the vast volume of open-source resources and... The post Our 50 Favorite CSS Frameworks, Libraries & Tools from 2018 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
There’s sometimes a tribal attitude about how web developers should be debugging their code and solving problems. There’s the console.log loyalists, then there’s the debugger/breakpoint maximalists. I worked on the Firefox DevTools debugger for years and I can tell you my philosophy — use whichever tool helps you get the job done! I use console.log […] The post Use Logpoints! appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
Sometimes the daily grind of web design can make us take things a little too seriously. While that's good for getting things done, it can also drain us of the... The post The Silly Side of Code Snippets appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The number of startups during the last several years has dramatically increased. YC, Kickstarter, ProductHunt and other similar portals have created a truly fertile environment for anyone who has a big idea. There is no better time for entrepreneurs, small businesses, and companies to enter the market and show what they are capable of than...
Big bold fonts help you craft titles and headings that grab attention from miles away. That's why they are commonly used in poster, banner, and billboard designs. If you're searching for a similar thick font to use in your designs, you're in luck. In this post, we present to your some of the best bold […]
The open-source platform for building serverless and event-driven applications, Knative, is entering the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as an incubating project. "Knative is a powerful technology that is well integrated with a variety of other CNCF projects and the cloud native ecosystem, making it easier to run serverless containers on Kubernetes," said Chris Aniszczyk, … continue reading The post Knative joins CNCF as incubating project appeared first on SD Times.
Over the past decade, I've worked with WordPress on a (pretty much) daily basis. It's my go-to solution for building websites for clients of all sizes. And, as I've gained... The post Thoughts on Building a WordPress Website from Scratch (Without Code) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
With the help of the module Laravel eCommerce Customer Newsletter, the admin can create and manage newsletter templates. The admin can also create customized newsletters depending on the need of the business. The subscribers of the newsletters will receive newsletters in HTML format. The admin can create multiple templates for the newsletters and can also [...]
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