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Graphic design is a topic that is often a lot more complicated than it sounds. However, in recent years it has been receiving the attention to detail that it deserves. This is, in large part, because even small businesses and young entrepreneurs are dependent on having unique websites and promos to get their ideas off the ground. Thus, due to this increased need for graphic design, more people are learning the ins and outs of graphic design to keep up with their business' needs – without just relying on the basics. However, this increase in the number of professional and … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Just like the Retrowave music genre, the aesthetics of the 1980s have inspired the popular art style that incorporates visual elements from 80s arcades, action movies, fashion and pop culture. Wireframe computer graphics, reflective chrome text, electric blues and hot pinks are just some of the themes associated with this nostalgic style. Follow along with […] The post How To Create 80s Style "Retrowave" Art in Adobe Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Latest PECL Releases:gRPC 1.20.0RC3 - Added memory leak tests #17862 Fixed segfault on accessing a closed client #18302 Added ini settings for fork support #18539 Fixed fork hang #18558 datadog_trace 0.18.0 **NOTE: THIS IS A BREAKING CHANGE RELEASE** This change should not impact most users. Added MessagePack serialization for traces sent to the Agent with a new function dd_trace_serialize_msgpack() #378 Changed Request init hook module blacklist now avoids miss matching partial matches #372 Add 10MB cap to payloads sent to the Agent #388 Added an getTracesAsArray() method to DDTrace/Contracts/Tracer which returns an array of spans (which are also encoded as an array.) To encode an instance of DDTraceContractsSpan as an array, use DDTrace/Encoders/SpanEncoder::encode($span) #378 DDTrace/Transport::send() now takes an instance of DDTrace/Contracts/Tracer instead of an array #378 DDTrace/Encoder::encodeTraces() now takes an instance of DDTrace/Contracts/Tracer instead of an array #378 The default encoder is now DDTrace/Encoders/MessagePack. You can still use the JSON encoder by setting the environment variable DD_TRACE_ENCODER=json. It is generally not recommended to use the JSON encoder as parsing JSON payloads at the Agent level is more CPU & memory intensive. xdebug 2.7.1 Wed, Apr 5, 2019 - xdebug 2.7.1 = Fixed bugs: Fixed issue #1646: Missing newline in error message Fixed issue #1647: Memory corruption when a conditional breakpoint is used Fixed issue #1641: Perfomance degradation with getpid syscall (Kees Hoekzema) runkit7 2.0.2 - Fix the package version seen in reflection APIs. dbase 7.0.0RC1 Backward Incompatible Changes database link identifiers are now proper resources instead of integers logical values are now retrieved as booleans instead of integers New Features FoxPro datetime fields ('T') are now supported as "YYYYMMDDhhmmss.uuu" Uninitialized logical fields are now supported as NULL base_create() now supports an optional $type parameter (either DBASE_TYPE_DBASE or DBASE_TYPE_FOXPRO) to define the type of database to be created FoxPro nullable fields are now transparently supported The $mode of dbase_open() can now be specified as DBASE_RDONLY or DBASE_RDWR The version of the dbase extension is now available as DBASE_VERSION Basic database locking has been implemented Internally the Zend memory manager is now used Error reporting has been improved; e.g. unsupported field type now raise a warning Bug Fixes Fixed #73391 (Writing of floats can cause OOB reads) Fixed #73395 (failing dbase_create() may leak memory) Fixed #73411 (dbase_pack() returns TRUE on failure) Fixed #73414 (Unsupported field types may cause dbase_open() to leak memory) Fixed #73442 (Float fields always have precision 0) Fixed #73447 (Floats written to character fields are truncated to integer) Fixed #74983 (SIGABRT when function put_dbf_field is called)
Are you looking to inject a little something extra into your regular design projects? Look no further! These awesome new textures and patterns are guaranteed to add some visual pizzazz to your design work. Within this 99% discounted textures and patterns collection you'll find paper/card, gold, watercolour, florals, geometric goodness, art deco, grunge, craft, wood, […] The post Bring New Life To Your Design Projects With These Stunning Textures and Patterns appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Wings and winged creatures have appeared in identity designs for centuries as part of heraldic crests, military insignias and automotive logos. They have become a symbol of prestige, strength and speed, with great examples being air force pilot badges and luxury car emblems such as Bentley or Aston Martin. Designers still make use of these […] The post Showcase of 45 Magnificent Logo Designs With Wings appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Why bother with different types of usability testing for your website? After all, a good analyst will be able to interpret web analytics and come up with a solid reason... The post The Various Types of Usability Testing appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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Marketing automation allows you to handle time-consuming, repetitive tasks with ease. This can be a lifesaver for busy business owners who don't have the time to be running their business while taking care of all their marketing efforts. With marketing automation, you can put important campaigns on autopilot, knowing that they will be covered. You...
Michelangelo van Dam has a new post on his site sharing some helpful hints you can use to test your e-commerce application, be it WooCommerce or other popular PHP-based e-commerce packages. I'm participating (as much as possible) in the #30daysoftesting challenge organised by Ministry of Testing and SauceLabs. If you're interested, read the full 30 Days of E-Commerce Testing article and join this fun and educational challenge. The 2nd challenge on the list was to read and share interesting blog articles about E-commerce testing. Since I'm working as a PHP professional I thought it would be great if I oriented my focus on testing PHP based E-commerce platforms. I picked WooCommerce as it's an easy to install and use E-commerce solution. For Magento, PrestaShop and others I've added useful links at the bottom of this article. He then gets into the details of WooCommerce and what it has available from a testing perspective. He also includes links to a few resources for more general WordPress testing too. The remainder of the post consists of links to more information about testing the other popular e-commerce packages: Magento, PrestaShop, OpenCart, Sylius and Laravel-based packages.
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