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If You Prefer Watching a Video... Be sure to Subscribe to the Official Code Angle Youtube Channel for more videos. Table of Contents Introduction Installation and Set up of React Using Snowpack Folder Structure Code Overview Running the Application Deployment Process Using Vercel Conclusion Introduction Earlier this month the React Team released some updates concerning the release of React 18. These updates include the following:
Navigating the world of stock images can be tough. There are a lot of sources and even more photos to sort through. Finding a reputable vendor for stock images that's easy to use can be a lifesaver. That's where Adobe Stock comes in. Adobe - the same company you know for making software that you […]
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Reviews on Amazon are important, as they are generally very important in any online shopping scenario. The fact that we can't look at an item with our own eyes, or pick it up before we buy it, makes any bit of information from someone that had an actual experience with the product, very relevant. So, if you are looking to learn how to make money on Amazon, you can't afford to not learn everything you can about how reviews work on the platform, and how to go about getting shoppers to leave reviews on your listing. Before we get into … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
HTML5 becoming the official standard in 2014 was a milestone for modern web development. Better semantics, and easier controls, especially on mobile devices, were central ideas of HTML5. About two years later, its successor, HTML5.1, is nearing completion. Many of the things that are new in HTML5.1 are already being used and supported by most browsers. “<picture>” Element and “srcset” Attribute For a long time, there were discussions about how to provide different images for different resolutions in responsive web design. As a result, the “<picture>” element was introduced, which allows for the display of different images via their own “<source>” elements. The W3C also answered the question how to mark images for high-resolution displays and monitors, and introduced the “srcset” attribute. Both the “<picture>” element and the “srcset” attribute are supposed to become a part of the new standard HTML5.1. Both markup types are already being used by many web developers. As there are fallback options for both cases, there was no reason to use the new element or attribute prematurely. By now, all large browsers have implemented “<picture>” and “srcset”, even though they still are no official part of HTML5. “month” and “week” as New Input Forms There is […]
On the TutsPlus.com site they've posted a tutorial for the Laravel users (well, Eloquent users) out there showing the use of mutators and accessors in this ORM package. In this article, we'll go through mutators and accessors of the Eloquent ORM in the Laravel web framework. After the introduction, we'll go through a handful of examples to understand these concepts. In Laravel, mutators and accessors allow you to alter data before it's saved to and fetched from a database. To be specific, the mutator allows you to alter data before it's saved to a database. On the other hand, the accessor allows you to alter data after it's fetched from a database. In fact, the Laravel model is the central place where you can create mutator and accessor methods. And of course, it's nice to have all your modifications in a single place rather than scattered over different places. The tutorial starts with the creation of a simple "Post" model to use in the examples via the artisan command. It also includes the full code to flesh out the class to define a mutator and accessor for the "name" property. It then talks through what these two methods do and how they're called automatically when the property is accessed/updated. It's then put to use in a controller showing each of them in use to work with the published_at date value.
If you are a web developer who cares about quality, most probably you have heard of Selenium and the advantages of using such a tool for test automation. Now, if you are a mobile developer, you might know how much harder it is to test your app due to the existence of different platforms, different OS versions and even variety of devices.
Styled components are a CSS-in-JS tool that bridges the gap between components and styling, offering numerous features to get you up and running in styling components in a functional and reusable way. In this article, you'll learn the basics of styled components and how to properly apply them to your React applications. You should have worked on React previously before going through this tutorial. If you're looking for various options in styling React components, you can check out our previous post on the subject.
Even expert designers and video editors need a helping hand sometimes. In this collection, we're featuring some of the best After Effects intro templates for quickly making modern and effective intro scenes, logo reveals, and openers for all kinds of videos. These templates can also be easily customized to your preference by changing colors, fonts, […]
If you're looking to take your HR's up to the next level, you'll want to check out this collection of CSS-styled dividers that go well beyond the default. The post 8 Horizontal Rules and Dividers Enhanced with CSS appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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