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Affordability and ease of use are both important when selecting a website-building tool. Cutting corners on cost, or focusing on ease of use, while ignoring other performance factors, can be... The post 10 Useful Website Building Platforms and Tools appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to create a SpriteKit game from beginning to beta? Does developing a physics-based game seem daunting? Game-making has never been easier on iOS since the introduction of SpriteKit. In this three-part series, we will explore the basics of SpriteKit. We will touch on SKPhysics, collisions, texture management, interactions, sound effects, music, buttons and SKScenes. What might seem difficult is actually pretty easy to grasp. Stick with us while we make RainCat.The post How To Build A SpriteKit Game In Swift 3 (Part 1) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
One of the most important aspects of selling real estate property is making the houses, apartments, and the property look good on your website, flyers, and banners. It's the first step in attracting prospects. Thankfully, there are amazing real estate Lightroom presets you can use to enhance your photos with just one-click. You invest so […]
It's been quite a journey for this very sentence to wind up on this little website. Not many people know it, but every single Smashing article goes through a thorough editorial review, including multiple passes for editing and refinement, before being published. In this series of articles dedicated to our upcoming 10th anniversary (mid-September 2016), we'd love to shed some light on our editorial process, explain our workflow and introduce the people behind the scenes, as well as address how our little company is earning money to keep the website alive and running. The post Behind The Scenes: What It Takes To Publish A Smashing Article appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
We all get tons of new ideas constantly as designers. Which is awesome – don’t get me wrong – but sometimes we get way more ideas than we can actually... The post What To Do With All Those Spare Creative Ideas appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Tomas Votruba has a new post to his site about an update that's been made on Statie, a static site generation tool, to support Twig templates natively. Statie supports YAML and Symfony Dependency Injection for some time. But you wanted more! You wanted Twig. Sculpin and all the other PHP generators have it. So there you go! Enjoy. He shares the three steps needed to set up a sample Twig template and have it rendered as easily as the normal Statie templates: Prepare Layout _layouts/default.twig Create Template contact.twig Enable Twig Template contents and configuration change examples are included as well as instructions on how to update to this latest (v5.4) version. He includes tips on the naming and locations of the template files as well as a mention of his package to help translate from Latte to Twig templates.
Search engine optimization is essential to most websites. The industry is worth more than $70 billion a year, and it's only going to grow. It has specialists, sub-specialists, thought leaders, dedicated publications, fantastically complex tools, and constant uncertainty at its heart. As Bob Dylan says, it's just a shadow we're all chasing. All the more reason to stay sharp, no? Every tweak to major search engine algorithms sends shockwaves throughout the web.
Composer, the de-facto standard way to install PHP packages, has published a new release that includes a major security update. Jordi Boggiano made this comment about the release on Twitter: After triaging/merging/fixing almost 200 issues in the last couple days, Composer v1.6.4 is out! ???? It contains a security fix and is therefore a much recommended update for all. Other changes include fixes for: a regression in version guessing of path repositories the updating of package URLs for GitLab init command not respecting the current php version when selecting package versions exclude-from-classmap symlink handling You can grab the latest version from the Composer site or you can use it's own self-update command.
Nowadays, a lot of businesses are using individual landing pages to sell products via the internet. This one page displays everything about the product and is supposed to turn visitors into paying customers. To make this possible, a sales page has to be well structured and thought out. In this article, we’ll guide you through the essentials of a successful landing page. Today, the question is not whether a product needs a landing page, but rather how it needs to be structured to make the product sell well. The Structure of a Successful Landing Page Build your landing page along the lines of the following tips, and you will be bound to raise your revenue easily. 1 – The Logo The logo makes for recognition value and unites everything the business stands for. It should set itself apart from the competition, as the customer will think of the logo as the sender of the offer. A good logo should also be able to build trust, which is why it is one of the most essential elements of a well-done landing page. 2 – Headline and Subline These two elements will quickly show the visitor whether they are on the right […]
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