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DaVinci Resolve is the go-to video editing software for most professionals. High-quality editing tools, color correction, audio post-production tools, and the ability to use the software for free convinced more people to switch to DaVinci Resolve. Now, there's one more reason to use DaVinci Resolve-- templates! Thanks to its massive growth, the community around the […]
Does your business book appointments for your customers? If so, giving users the option to schedule an appointment on your website is crucial. Whether you run a medical practice or a hotel, providing online booking is a handy marketing tactic. But how can you set up booking on your website? If you have a WordPress […] The post The 10 Best WordPress Booking Plugins to Use On Your Website appeared first on WebFX Blog.
This week's Designer News (N.407) includes Pure CSS Tooltips, 5 Node.js Alternatives to WordPress, Free Hi-Res iPhone X Mockups, CSS Grid Challenge, Tabbed Interfaces, Adobe XD: The Definitive Guide, HTML+CSS Star Wars Characters and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 407 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Editor's Note: The following is an article written for DZone's 2021 Low-Code Development Trend Report. In part one, we explored the idea of MVPs and important attributes, including validation of the hypothesis, low-cost model, and less need for technical expertise. Additionally, important questions about the MVP such as customer feedback, product readiness, and scope are critical for startup founders looking to enter the market and scale quickly. Now, let us get to the details of an MVP lifecycle.
Prolonged silence from clients can be frustrating. There are only so many hours in a day, after all. Yet there is also frustration in their inability to consistently communicate with you. The post Dealing With an Absentee Web Design Client appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Spectral's newly released Preflight solution is an open-source tool designed to help developers defend against supply chain attacks by automatically verifying and safely executing a user's CI and third-party scripts. The solution queries popular anti-malware services to verify and block binaries if they contain malware. “Hackers have become increasingly sophisticated, with a variety of tools, … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Spectral Preflight released, Amazon Location Service, and Agora App Builder appeared first on SD Times.
Joe Watkins has a new post to his site that provides his opinions about answering the people that say "PHP wasn't designed for X". Starting complicated twitter conversations should be avoided, I know this, and yet blurted this out on twitter recently... This was met with a flurry of responses and I couldn't reasonably reply in tweet form. I'm going to respond to some of those tweets (indirectly) and further explain my original tweet. He starts off by talking about how PHP isn't always the right tool for a certain job (some people's misinterpretation of his tweet). He also talks about why PHP isn't a "templating language" and has evolved so much beyond some of its original roots. He ends the post responding to the original comment, that "PHP wasn't designed for X". He talks about the opinions of those not as familiar with the current state of the language and, when they say "just because you can, doesn't mean you should" (meaning that they think you actually shouldn't). When support emerges for a new problem domain, let's be pragmatic and observe that expanding the horizons of PHP in any direction is good for the community that relies on PHP (and maybe PHP alone) to make a living. Let's not rush to take new solutions to production tomorrow, but let's not dismiss anything out of hand because of some imaginary short coming in PHP.
When it comes to creating PowerPoint slideshows, using a simple PowerPoint template can be a key approach. It may seem like a good idea to throw the kitchen sink: data, stats, charts, and shapes into every slide, but you'll never be able to win over your audience with a cluttered slideshow design. That's why professionals […]
As an email marketer, your no. 1 goal is to boost your open rates and get people to click through that awesome content you create. While good copywriting techniques will help, there are other things you can do to get your emails in front of more eyeballs. The great news is that these things are...
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