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Video content is all over the internet! According to Cisco, by the year 2021, the online video content will make up around 80% of the global online traffic. However, even that doesn’t seem to be enough to meet the worldwide demand for video content. In a study, HubSpot states that 43% of people want to...
Prototyping is one of the best ways to validate design ideas before time and resources are wasted on ideas that are not viable. While there is no single "perfect" way to create a prototype, there are common mistakes that designers make. These mistakes can affect the suitability of your prototype and slow down the design The post 8 Common Prototyping Mistakes Plus Tips on How to Avoid Them appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
The web has gone crazy about multi-purpose website templates, and it’s no secret why. With a multi-purpose template, you have the power to build almost any website that you can... The post Giveaway: Win 1 of 5 Copies of Intense, the Multipurpose HTML5 Website Template appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
It seems inevitable. Emails generated from a WordPress website stop arriving - or get thrown into a spam folder. Email, as a certain grumpy designer once said, is the worst.... The post How to Troubleshoot WordPress Website Email Issues appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Affinity Publisher is a great, affordable alternative to Adobe InDesign. And much like InDesign, Affinity Publisher also supports pre-made templates. With Affinity Publisher templates, you can easily create professional-looking documents, brochures, flyers, and more with just a few clicks. We handpicked some of the best Affinity Publisher templates to show you what kind of designs […]
Mark Baker continues his series looking at the use of static properties and methods in applications and how to test them. In this second part of the series he focuses more on some of the unintentional side-effects that could happen when you're trying to refactor them out. In the first article in this series, I wrote about the problems with testing static methods in classes, and showed a few approaches that allow us to write mocks for statics. Testing classes where we have static properties is a lot harder to manage, because any changes made in any test to those properties are global, across the entire test suite, not simply the test that we are running. Static properties are part of the global state, and we can't simply tearDown() those changes in the way that we do with instances -- at least we cannot easily do so if the property has a visibility of private or protected. He goes through an example of a refactor from a static property (essentially in the global scope) to a private property. He points out the issue of setting a static value in what seem to be separate child classes, the fact that it actually changes the base value, not the individual ones, leading to potentially unintended consequences. His main recommendation is to avoid the use of static properties all together. Where that's no possible (like in a legacy project) he offers two potential solutions: either replace them with constants if they're never changed or changing them to instance properties.
Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.
WooCommerce POS French NF525 Certification: This module helps the admin to facilitate digitally secure Point Of Sale transactions according to French Law. It verifies the order receipts and order invoices by digital signature. The digital signature will be visible in the order receipt and order invoice. Thus, the admin can keep a track of the [...]
Adobe's UX design tool seems to be picking up speed. Have you tried Adobe XD yet? The tool is part of the design giant's suite of software. It meets a need that was being filled by other tools such as Sketch and Figma. But thanks to Adobe's large customer base, XD is proving itself a […]
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