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Back in 2016, Vitaly Friedman asked me to design the cover and layout for a printed version of Smashing Magazine, a magazine for web designers and developers. The design I created back then for the cover and inside template layout, however, was shelved for a while as the project was paused for about two years owing to other priorities. Later, after Smashing Magazine launched its new website, a new style was born, and the design I had come up with didn't really match anymore.
So, we already have ways of dynamically loading a menu of SVG icons made to react by loading panels if we so desire, but the icons were not actual components. We were able to use a simple trick of bringing in the SVG for each icon and passing it into the Vue application. It was simple enough to generate a list of icons, and each icon reacted in a similar way except for small data differences.
In a new post to his site Tomas Votruba comes back to a topic he posted about previously - the collector pattern - and provides a simpler, more introductory look at the pattern and what it's useful for. I wrote Why is Collector Pattern so Awesome a while ago, but I got feeling and feedback that it's way too complicated. The pattern itself is simple but put in framework context, it might be too confusing to understand. That's why we look on collector pattern in minimalistic plain PHP way today. He uses a calculator example help explain the use of the pattern, starting with a simple class that calculates the price of a product + VAT. He then shows a few examples of how it could grow over time as business requirements change. He refactors the class to make it easier to add in these one-off changes by setting them all as "calculators' in a calculator collection. He provides the code examples for this refactor and an example of it in use.
We can’t believe it’s actually happening. After 18 months of hard work on the big bang relaunch of this little website, today is the day when everything changes. New design and new technical stack. New personality and new ambitious goals. But most importantly, a new focus on our wonderful web community, with the brand new Smashing Membership. Rewarding Great People Doing Great Work In times when we fight all the craziness and narrow-mindedness around us, we need to remind ourselves how wonderful a vast majority of the web community actually is.
When you're choosing an LMS platform for your site, it's important to consider at least a few popular options and compare them to get a better idea of which one will suit your requirements. We understand this, which is why we're doing a complete series on the comparison of LearnDash (the most popular LMS platform) […] The post LearnDash vs TutorLMS: Which is the Better Choice for Your E-Learning Site? appeared first on WisdmLabs.
Apple devices are cool. But if you've ever switched to an Android device you know how much utility you've been missing out. We all have nightmares about "Syncing" our device with iTunes. Well, when there's a problem, there are people who work on fixing that problem. EaseUS MobiMover, as the name implies, is a tool...
Maximizing any marketing task's potential comes down to having the right tools and Instagram apps for business that boost your posts' quality and save time. From customizing your bio link, creative storytelling, scheduling of posts, content curation, insights, audience engagement, visual commerce, and data analytics, great apps can transform the way you market and manage...
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:symfony Project Blog: Symfony 5: The Fast Track, a new Symfony book PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: PHP 7.1.33 Released Jason McCreary: Maintaining Laravel config files Webslesson: Laravel 6 Tutorial on Full Text Search using Ajax stitcher.io: 01. Domain oriented Laravel symfony Project Blog: New in Symfony 4.4: Horizontal Tables and Definition Lists in Console Commands Musings, ninja ones: PHP: Past and Future Martin Hujer blog: How to configure PHPStan for Symfony applications PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: PHP 7.2.24 Released murze.be: A?A~A... Getting started with Domain Oriented Laravel Derick Rethans: PHP Internals News: Episode 33: Union Types
Oh, we've all been there. Forgetting some designs because we were occupied in perfecting some other designs. Yes, even professional designers skip some details. We are all humans, after all. Every project has tons of screens and features which means that we have a lot on our shoulders. Designers start with the most important screens, such as the home page, contact us page, and so on. With tremendous amounts of designing required, we need to prioritize. That's when we leave some work for later on. That later on, sometimes, never comes. *Evil laugh* Project deadlines can be overwhelming and the … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
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