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The font a brand selects for their logo can evolve into lettering that people identify with a company or product. Just think about the typefaces for Coca-Cola, Disney or even eBay. Even if you see those typefaces without the brand names, there's still an immediate connection. That's the value of choosing the best logo font […]
Sergey Zhuk has a post on his site that covers using a Router with a ReactPHP component. This router lets you more easily direct the HTTP requests coming into the application to the correct piece of functionality. Router defines the way your application responds to a client request to a specific endpoint which is defined by URI (or path) and a specific HTTP request method (GET, POST, etc.). With ReactPHP Http component we can create an asynchronous web server. But out of the box the component doesn't provide any routing, so you should use third-party libraries in case you want to create a web-server with a routing system. He starts with an example of manual routing, showing the code for a basic server and adding in handlers based on the path+HTTP verb to respond with different content. He expands this basic example out to a more "real world" situation of the usual CRUD handling for "tasks". The post then shows how to change things up and use the FastRoute routing package to remove the manual route definitions from the server and define them in the router instead. It can then dispatch these to the correct location more easily. The post finishes up showing an additional feature: how to use wildcards in these URL definitions.
Google announced that it will be bringing Privacy Sandbox to Android with the goal of introducing new, more private advertising solutions. Privacy Sandbox is an existing initiative by Google to better protect users' private data. These solutions will limit sharing of user data with third parties and operate without cross-app identifiers, including advertising ID. Google … continue reading The post Google to bring Privacy Sandbox to Android appeared first on SD Times.
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Launching a successful digital product takes a lot of effort. Working hard, however, does not ensure that users will adopt your product. The truth is users may resign from your product because you haven't tested the product before release. If you skipped creating an advanced, fully functional prototype and decided to go with a low-fidelity The post Make Fully Functional Prototypes to Improve Usability Testing appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
Remember Tyler Hall’s personal story of a UX moment where the popup sharing context menu on iOS had no visible indication that the content inside was scrollable? The thing his mom wanted to do seemed impossible iOS isn’t alone here … The post Yet Another Mobile Context Menu With No Indication it Can Scroll appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
As important as it is for organizations to continue to innovate their software products quickly and with quality, that cannot be achieved in today’s world without ensuring “psychological safety” for its development teams. Ravi Tharisayi, senior director of product marketing at feature management software provider LaunchDarkly, defined the term as a strong interconnection between software … continue reading The post Report: Psychological safety for dev teams fosters innovation appeared first on SD Times.
Tools that make developers happy, improve remote collaboration, and allow for automation of workflows should be at the top of the priority list for companies looking to drive productivity in their development organizations. ZenHub has released a survey exploring these trends, the 2022 State of Disruptive Software Teams, in which 265 executives, team leads, project … continue reading The post Report: Investing in tools that allow for better asynchronous communication should be top priority appeared first on SD Times.
In this post to his site Matthias Noback makes the argument that, during your normal development, classes should be final by default and only changed if there's a need to extend them. I recently wrote about when to add an interface to a class. After explaining good reasons for adding an interface, I claim that if none of those reasons apply in your situation, you should just use a class and declare it "final". [...] For a couple of years now I've been using the final keyword everywhere (thanks to Marco Pivetta for <a href="https://ocramius.github.io/blog/when-to-declare-classes-final/>getting me on track!). When I see a class that's not final, it feels to me like it's a very vulnerable class. Its internals are out in the open; people can do with it what they want, not only what its creator has imagined. Still, I also remember my initial resistance to adding final to every class definition, and I often have to defend myself during workshops, so I thought it would help if I explained all about it here. He starts off by talking about the alternative - non-final classes - and some of the issues that can come with it (and class extension). He makes the suggestion that "replacing is better than overriding" and creates less complexity overall. He also answers a question about the use of the "Template Method" design pattern that would allow for improvement from base "skeleton" logic designed to be extended. He covers "composition over inheritance", the use case of extension and how "final" is a better direction.
The click event is quite simple and easy to use; you listen for the event and run code when the event is fired. It works on just about every HTML element there is, a core feature of the DOM API.… The post When a Click is Not Just a Click appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
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