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Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:symfony Project Blog: Symfony 5: The Fast Track, a new Symfony book PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: PHP 7.1.33 Released Jason McCreary: Maintaining Laravel config files Webslesson: Laravel 6 Tutorial on Full Text Search using Ajax stitcher.io: 01. Domain oriented Laravel symfony Project Blog: New in Symfony 4.4: Horizontal Tables and Definition Lists in Console Commands Musings, ninja ones: PHP: Past and Future Martin Hujer blog: How to configure PHPStan for Symfony applications PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: PHP 7.2.24 Released murze.be: A?A~A... Getting started with Domain Oriented Laravel Derick Rethans: PHP Internals News: Episode 33: Union Types
One of the classic Photoshop tutorial topics is the creation of a pencil drawing effect from a photograph. It’s one of those quick and simple techniques that produces a satisfying result, which makes the tutorial great for beginners. Throughout its history, Photoshop has featured lots of built-in filters that produce various sketch and artistic effects, […] The post How To Create a Realistic Pencil Sketch Effect in Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
The last time I regularly worked anywhere other than my home was (gasp!) 1998. When I became a full-time freelance web designer, it was at the very beginning of the... The post Why the Grumpy Designer Will Keep Working from Home, Thank You appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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These days, starting an online business is a pretty straightforward proposition. There are countless tools and platforms that can help you set up a storefront, track orders, and collect payments. In 2010, however, things were much different. Setting up an e-commerce store or other internet business meant a lot of hard work building websites and...
Why should you spend money on a screenshot program when one of the best of its kind, ShareX, is available for free? However, you have to be a Windows user to enjoy it. ShareX Creates [...]
Sometime you need to change the text on any content in our extension from “Add Content” to “Add Post“. Since Add Content is used in other modules as well I want to make sure to only affect instance of “Add Content” in the module specifically. You can use “Add Content“, “Add Post“, module, Module_Name Example [...]
When requirements read “when visible” your brain should go straight to IntersectionObserver. That’s exactly what Zach is doing here to kick off an animation when it scrolls into view. Except this animation is an SVG SMIL animation: an <animate>… The post Fire SVG animations (SMIL) when the SVG is visible appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
This article was contributed by Anthony Wood, the Global Managing Director of Shillington Education. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was the age of cash flow, it was the age of negative receipts. It was the time of great celebration, it was the time of unparalleled stress. Running your own business is one of the most intense things you can do. There's nothing more rewarding than running a great team and blowing past all your goals, whether it's introducing a new technology to a stagnant industry or carving out your own little corner of a massive market. There's also nothing more stressful than a business on its last legs. Many entrepreneurs sink their life savings into big projects, and face both personal and professional ruin should their business fail. Yet struggling entrepreneurs may overlook one investment that pays for itself many times over: design. Design matters Design is important precisely because there are real monetary benefits. You can't exactly put a dollar value on a responsive website with excellent UX that can work on mobile (phones and tablets) as well as computers (laptops and desktops). But companies that excel in design will see […]
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