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As 2016 draws to a close, it's a great time to reflect... and what a year it was! Below I've shared statistics, top posts and social stats of Just Creative as well as affiliate marketing insights, a travel summary, client work and future plans. Read More
If you’re not a 20th-century Dutch art enthusiast, you might not be familiar with the concept of De Stijl. You’ve probably been exposed to many of its principles without realizing... The post How a 100-Year-Old Dutch Movement Can Improve Your Site Design appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Grafana Labs announced $220 million in Series C that it said it will use to focus on accelerating the development of its open-source observability platform. The company also recently added k6, the company behind the open-source load-testing tool, and Pace.dev, a team known for creating tools with great developer experience, to the Grafana Labs family. … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Grafana raises $220 million in funding, Kotlin 1.5.30 released, FusionAuth announces advanced threat detection appeared first on SD Times.
Witches, goblins, and ghouls can make for some pretty amazing design projects. While Halloween might not be top of mind when it comes to design, it's an opportunity to do something a little different with projects. Halloween graphic design centers around something that will be around for a short time. It might be different than […]
Dennis Hahn discusses the 'agile swarming' methodology covering what swarming is, the problems it solves for leadership, strategy, and creative teams.
Latest PECL Releases:xlswriter 1.3.5 - Feat activate sheet. Feat mergeCells type writer. json_post 1.0.2 * Fix gh-issue #1: segfault on 7.4 with empty array (Mark Rigby-Jones) gRPC 1.29.1 - gRPC Core 1.29.1 update protobuf 3.12.1 GA release. event 2.5.6 Fixed a bug where numeric file descriptor was fetched from stdio stream incorrectly (issue #60) gRPC 1.29.0 - gRPC Core 1.29.0 update
AWS, DeepLearning.AI and Coursera announced the launch of Practical Data Science, three-part series of hands-on courses designed for data professionals to learn the essentials of machine learning. The courses delve into how to use state-of-the art algorithms for natural language processing and natural language understanding using Amazon SageMaker and Hugging Face's optimization of the BERT … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Practical Data Science course, Nintex acquires AssureSign, and Apache weekly roundup appeared first on SD Times.
A great website mockup design can help to present your web design in a beautiful, unique way. This collection of website mockup PSDs is perfect for doing just that, and we’ll also share our favorite website mockup tools, and tips for creating your website mockup! Proper presentation is the key to delighting your clients. Whether […]
It can be difficult to get your head around how seamlessly repeating patterns work. Any objects that ‘fall off’ one side must reappear on the opposite side of the pattern tile, much like the retro arcade game Asteroids. This allows the pattern to continue over an infinite area, by enlarging the pattern area as the […] The post How to Create Repeating Patterns in Adobe Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
On the Laravel News site they've posted a quick tutorial showing you how to change the path to views in a Laravel-based application. In response to our post yesterday about Laravel 5.7 Resources Directory Changes, a reader mentioned that they would prefer to have their application views outside of the resources folder. I thought I'd write up how you can customize the view path; it's effortless with Laravel! The change is made in the views.php configuration file, updating the value for the paths setting. You can point it to a single location (like the application path or resource path) or you can set multiple to tell the framework to search for the view in either. The post ends with a mention one thing to keep in mind about generating views and their location (and moving them around).
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