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In this episode of the Smashing Podcast, we're talking about an interesting open-source tool called Sourcebit. How can it help our content workflow with JAMstack sites? I spoke to developer Eduardo Boucas to find out. Show Notes Sourcebit Video of Sourcebit in action Eduardo on Twitter and his website Weekly Update "Inspired Design Decisions: Neville Brody Design Cannot Remain Neutral," by Andy Clarke "When You Find A Good Idea, Look For A Better One,"
The Cash on delivery is still one of the most popular payment choices for many of the customers. People still feel reluctant while adding their card details on websites. It becomes handy for the customers as they have to pay after getting their products in hand. Cash on delivery is beneficial for customers in every [...]
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On the php[architect] site they've shared an article from their latest edition of the magazine (the March 2018 issue) about reviewing code from the "Dev Lead Trenches" column (by Chris Tankersley). Code reviews are one of the best ways to help a team ensure they're writing the best code possible. In all of the jobs where we have done peer-lead code reviews, we have caught more bugs and had better discussions about code than in places or times where we just hammer code through the approval process. I know, I know; we all write beautiful, bug-free code, so why go through the hassle of a code review? He starts with the idea of relating code reviews back to test-driven development. In TDD the architecture and quality thinking comes up front and with code reviews that same kind of thinking happens with the second (or third) set of eyes as the code progresses. He then lists out a few helpful tools for code reviews including GitHub/GitHub Enterprise's own pull request system and similar features in Gitlab. He ends the post with some suggestions for successful code reviews including "don't punish", "ask questions" and "have clear intentions" (avoid vague questions).
Windows Terminal Preview 1.11 and Windows Terminal 1.10 are now available. What this means is that all features from the previous preview release are now available in Windows Terminal. New features in Preview 1.11 include an acrylic title bar, the ability to minimize the terminal to the system tray, the ability to choose how intense … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Windows Terminal Preview 1.11, Anima Series A funding, and Spring Data YugaByteDB appeared first on SD Times.
Having your website load pages quickly and efficiently is more important than ever, not just from the stand point of ranking higher in search engines but also from a user... The post How to Analyze and Speed up Your Website appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
The importance of accessibility is often preached to web designers. Thankfully, many of us have taken it to heart. In this day and age, there's no reason why a website... The post How Taylor Arndt Brings a First-Person Perspective to Accessibility appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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During I/O 2022, Google launched its ARCore Geospatial API to help developers build more immersive, richer, and more useful experiences. Augmented reality experiences are beginning to gain traction beyond PokA(C)mon Go. Now there are AR apps for making floorplans, seeing how furnishings will look in your home, understanding the world around you, and even getting... Read more » The post ARCore Geospatial API helps developers build immersive experiences appeared first on Developer Tech News.
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