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Being a freelancer means being responsible for all aspects of your business. But busy schedules tend to force us to concentrate on the here and now. When you're working on... The post Performing a Yearly Analysis of Your Design Business appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
We always try our best to challenge your creativity and get you out of your comfort zone. A great occasion to do so is our monthly wallpapers challenge which has been going on for eight years already. It's an opportunity to let your ideas run wild and try something new, to indulge in a little project just for fun. Whatever technique you fancy, whatever story you want to tell with your wallpaper, the submissions to this challenge make a beautiful, unique bouquet of community artworks each month anew. Artworks that adorn desktops and, who knows, maybe even spark new ideas. This post features desktop wallpapers for May 2017, created by designers and artists from all across the globe. Each wallpaper comes in versions with and without a calendar and can be downloaded for free. Time to freshen up your desktop!The post All Things Seem Possible In May! Unique Wallpapers To Freshen Up Your Desktop appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
What will you make of the extra day that February has in store for us this year? Visit an old friend, explore a new place, or use it to get stuff done you have put off for so long? Whatever you might have planned this month, our new collection of wallpapers is bound to cater for a little inspiration spark along the way. Created by artists and designers from all across the globe, the wallpapers come in versions with and without a calendar for February 2020 and can be downloaded for free -- a Smashing tradition that has been going on for more than nine years already.
Part 1: Privacy Concerns And Privacy In Web Forms Part 2: Better Cookie Consent Experiences Part 3: Better Notifications UX And Permission Requests Part 4: Privacy-Aware Design Framework Imagine you are late for one of those meetings that you really don't want to be late to. You hastily put on your shoes and your coat and fetch your door keys and grasp for the door handle — just to head out in time.
On the StarTutorial.com site they've posted a tutorial for those that might be newer to the PHP language and ecosystem around it covering the use of Composer. In this latest tutorial they cover some of the basics of using this package manager to pull in and use dependencies in your PHP application. In general, a block of code forms a method, a group of methods forms a class and a set of classes form a package. A reusable package can be dropped into any project and be used without any need to add functionality to it. A package exposes APIs for clients to achieve a single goal. Packages help our applications achieve DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself), a principle of software development, which reduces repetition of information of all kinds. [...] In most cases, packages have dependencies. [...] We do need a package manager, a package manager that can solve all of these dependency headaches for us. The tutorial then goes on to compare two of the main package managers in PHP: Composer and PEAR. It then walks through the installation of Composer and how to use it to pull in a package (in this case the "Faker" package for generating fake user data). It also explains the different commands and configuration files used in working with Composer.
Since the introduction of Node.js by Ryan Dahl at the European JSConf on 8 November 2009, it has seen wide usage across the tech industry. Companies such as Netflix, Uber, and LinkedIn give credibility to the claim that Node.js can withstand a high amount of traffic and concurrency. Armed with basic knowledge, beginner and intermediate developers of Node.js struggle with many things: "It's just a runtime!" "It has event loops!
Every designer has their own preferred strategy for collecting resources. Some pluck brushes, fonts, and templates from different "stock photo sites" and public marketplaces. Others collect graphics from swipe files and forums around the web. The never-ending desire for themes, visual content, and graphical components has prompted an influx of "design packages" to appear around the […] The post 9 Amazing Design-Resource Package Sites first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman have made a big name for themselves in the world of design through their creative side projects and now they're sharing their secrets so you can do the same. Read More
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