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There’s sometimes a tribal attitude about how web developers should be debugging their code and solving problems. There’s the console.log loyalists, then there’s the debugger/breakpoint maximalists. I worked on the Firefox DevTools debugger for years and I can tell you my philosophy — use whichever tool helps you get the job done! I use console.log […] The post Use Logpoints! appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
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In a new post to the Exakat blog they try to answer the question "how many parameters is too many" when it comes to the structure of the methods and functions in your application. Now, that is a classic question, that is often a minefield for anyone writing an increasing long list of argument in a method, or simply trying to set up auditing tools. Obviously, the answer is not immediate. Parameters may be needed, but on the other hands, currying functions allows to reduce the amount of parameter to one for every function. In between, probably exists a reasonable level that is a golden rule, and also very elusive. So, we decided to check the current practice in PHP code. They started the research with some of PHP's own native functions that took in specific arguments, ignoring those that took an arbitrary number. Next they made a survey of 1900 open source projects to determine the common practice for parameters by function. The results showed that methods without at least one parameter were "less useful" and that a seemingly reasonable amount of parameters is 5. The post finishes with a spotlight of two they found during their research that had the most parameters: a generated class for database interaction and a dependency injection class.
The Ampersand is loved by all types of creatives! Its shape has evolved into a variety of styles since it was conceived as a ligature of the letters ‘e’ and ‘t’ from the Latin ‘et’ for ‘and’. You can find a range of ampersand designs across different fonts and typefaces, from cursive script variants to […] The post Art of the Ampersand: 35 Creative Examples of The '&' Character appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
When Ben Shectman came to Johnson & Johnson as a Certified Design Leader, he found useful tools for establishing visual and verbal guidelines across digital design projects. Unfortunately, the guides came as PDFs that made it challenging for designers to follow the established rules. Whenever uncertain, they would have to confirm their design choices by The post Webinar Wrap-Up: From Style Guide to Interactive Design System in Enterprise appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
Creating professional websites with stunning designs is no longer a job just for experienced web designers. With the multitude of user-friendly tools and website builders available today, anybody can create a site from scratch! Today, we decided to gather here some of the best drag and drop WordPress page builders which will help you build […] The post 20 Best Drag and Drop WordPress Page Builders appeared first on Line25.
Hiring someone to design your wedding invitations to look exactly the way you want is not an easy task. In most cases, the designers don't share your vision for the design and they end up designing the card the way they want it to be. What if you could pick a design of your own, […]
As we live in the digital age, programming skills become increasingly important on the job market. Although not everyone will be a programmer in the future, basic coding skills... The post 10 Best Coding Apps for Children to Learn Programming appeared first on Onextrapixel.
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Matt Sparks has an interesting post to his site sharing something he'd like to see in PHP 8 (quite a ways off in the future but still worth thinking about): scalar objects. Recently, I read an interesting article from Andrew Carter entitled Make PHP Great Again [cheap plug: this link was included in my most recent Newsletter]. In it Andrew brought up the topic of scalar objects. If you're not familiar with scalar objects, they represent a single value (integer, boolean, string, etc.) that you can perform operations on*. He shares an example of what it might look like in PHP and his response to a tweet from Nikola Posa about what features they'd like to see. He then spends the remainder of the post making his case for the inclusion of scalar objects and how it can help clean up some of PHP's own naming and functional inconsistencies.
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