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Let's say you want to quickly sketch out your idea of a website, or just quickly whip up a small site for testing purposes. Also, neither should take a lot of time to build nor should they need a full-stack toolkit. So, where and how do you start? Have you tried creating a website with some Dropbox-powered hosting tools? Well, they certainly can provide a fast and easy solution for these occasions. You don't have to fiddle with servers or bother about deployment, some of them even come with pre-configured templates that you can use or customize to spare you coding time.The post Creating Websites With Dropbox-Powered Hosting Tools appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
This post is part of a series where I do my best to organize my thoughts around Go: its paradigms and usability as a programming language. I write this as a Java programmer that respects the principles of Elegant Objects. Go 1.18 Beta 1 was just released. These are my initial impressions of the main feature to be delivered in this release: generics.
According to Statista, there are more than 3.96 billion social media users around the globe. Why not make use of these users for your brand? If you use social media effectively, it will help you upscale your business. All you need is some time and consistent efforts to build your small business’s social media presence. ... The post Top 8 Reasons Why Social Media Marketing has Become so Important to Small Businesses appeared first on noupe.
Whether in the physical or digital world, an emotional and/or intellectual reaction is aroused in the consumer based on how it looks, feels, and works, and will dictate if they... The post Optimize Your Email Marketing Campaigns with the Right UX Design appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
In today’s Adobe Photoshop tutorial I’m going to take you through the process of creating a WW2 aircraft 'nose art' inspired image, featuring the classic 'girl-riding-a-bomb' style pin-up. Traditionally this style of artwork was hand-painted on bombers to boost morale and to bring good luck to the planes, perhaps the most well-known being the B-17 […] The post Video Tutorial: How to Create a Vintage Pin-Up Effect in Adobe Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Today we’re going to take a look at creating a chalk lettering effect, just like the trendy menus you see in bars and cafes, or the quote murals all over Pinterest. We’ll use the digital power of Adobe Illustrator to plan out our typographic quote design with fonts, which allows us to experiment and move […] The post Video Tutorial: How To Create a Realistic Chalk Lettering Effect appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
If you can create a user login form for your product or app in minutes – and without coding – you must be doing something illegal or magical. Or, you... The post How to Ship a Custom Login Form in Minutes – Without Coding <span class="sponsored_text">Sponsored</span> appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Once upon a time, the assembly line revolutionized productivity. Instead of one worker or a small team performing all the steps to create a product, each person specialized in one... The post Collaboration Between Designers and Copywriters appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Here are 5 branding tactics that can help you create a strong and successful brand in 2017, starting with a strong branding strategy.
Sergey Zhuk has posted the second part of his "fast web scraping" series that makes use of the ReactPHP package to perform the requests. In part one he laid some of the groundwork for the scraper and made a few requests. In this second part he improves on this basic script and how to throttle the requests so as to not overload the end server. t is very convenient to have a single HTTP client which can be used to send as many HTTP requests as you want concurrently. But at the same time, a bad scraper which performs hundreds of concurrent requests per second can impact the performance of the site being scraped. Since the scrapers don't drive any human traffic on the site and just affect the performance, some sites don't like them and try to block their access. The easiest way to prevent being blocked is to crawl nicely with auto throttling the scraping speed (limiting the number of concurrent requests). The faster you scrap, the worse it is for everybody. The scraper should look like a human and perform requests accordingly. A good solution for throttling requests is a simple queue. He shows how to integrate the clue/mq-react package into the current scraper to interface with a RabbitMQ instance and handle the reading of and writing to the queue. He includes the code needed to update the ReactPHP client. The mq-react package makes the update simple with the HTTP client reading from the queue instance rather than the array of URLs. One the queue is integrated, he then shows how to create a "parser" that can read in the HTML and extract only the wanted data using the DomCrawler component.
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