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@web_mech Show Notes Blog of Mike Price Cascadia PHP Audio This episode is sponsored by Using the WordPress REST API The post Interview with Mike Price appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
This week's Designer News - No 572 - includes a Search Engine Optimization Checklist, Wavelry Wave Graphic Creation Tool, Sticky CSS Grid Items, The Animation Desk App, 2020 Tools Survey Results, Documenting Design: What Effective Design Teams Have in Common, Handling Short And Long Content In CSS and much more! The post Weekly News for Designers No 572 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
I’ve been working on the same project for several years. Its initial version was a huge monolithic app containing thousands of files. It was poorly architected and non-reusable, but was hosted in a single repo making it easy to work … The post From a Single Repo, to Multi-Repos, to Monorepo, to Multi-Monorepo appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
StockJo is the starting point to a huge variety of content that is relevant to designers. It collects collections, making it some kind of super collection. Particularly for newbies, this can save a ton of time. At StockJo, you’ll find a place to go for everything the heart, or brain, desires. StockJo: Simple Design, Solid Content You are looking for free photos, videos, textures, mockups, fonts, sound files, vector graphics, illustrations, color palettes, small tools, tutorials, HTML templates, and other web resources? If so, Stockjo is a good landing page for you. Created and run by the Indian agency Infiyo, the rather new offer called StockJo provides you with access to all the little helpers that might be interesting for professional designers. Regular readers of Noupe know that, over the past years, a trend of creating new collections with free content has risen, but even frequent readers are struggling to keep track of them all. At this point, I’d like to point you to our collection post with 43 hand-picked services for free photos, which is even more extensive than StockJo’s supply regarding photography. In return, StockJo is a lot more widespread overall and collects content related to the much […]
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GitHub announced new beta features within GitHub issues to connect planning directly to the work teams are doing and to flexibly adapt to their needs whether that's through project tables that are built like spreadsheets, custom fields, a keyboard-driven command palette, improved task lists and issue forms. "Often, we find ourselves creating a spreadsheet or … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: GitHub Issues gets new beta features, Amazon CodeGuru announces new integrations, Brave launches Brave Search beta appeared first on SD Times.
Minimizing the time you spend on processing and enhancing photos is one of the things most photographers and graphic designers often struggle with. Adobe Lightroom, coupled with a set of professional Lightroom presets, makes this whole process much easier. What if we told you that you can make Lightroom even more powerful to process images, […]
One of the things that always ruins a great portrait photo is yellow teeth. With Photoshop, you can get rid of it easily. We'll show you how it's done. Most of the time, yellow teeth in portrait occurs without any fault by the person in the photo. Usually, it happens during bad lighting conditions and […]
Everyone here can have a big impact on a project, on someone else. I get very excited about this when I read stories like the one about an intern at Google who did an experiment that saves tons of traffic, or when I get an email from one of my readers who now published an awesome complete beginner's guide to front-end development. We need to recognize that our industry depends on people who share their open-source code and we should support them and their projects that we heavily rely on. Finally, we also need to understand that these people perhaps don't want a job as an employee at some big company but remain independent instead. So if you make money with a project that uses open-source libraries or other resources, maybe Valentine's Day might be an occasion to show your appreciation and make the author a nice present.The post Web Development Reading List #169: TLS At Scale, Brotli Benefits, And Easy Onion Deployments appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Laravel eCommerce Live Stream Module allows the admin to integrate the live stream system for the promotion of products to the Webstore. The admin can invite influencers for the live stream and can add streams to the store. The admin can add title, description, schedule date, thumbnail, and products to the stream and can assign [...]
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