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AI Category Prediction for OpenCart: This extension helps the Store Owner to create a category for the product based on its images. Once the store owner uploads the image of a product, it recommends some predefined categories as result for that product based on its image. This module is using the Artificial Intelligence technique to [...]
The Opencart Image Watermark extension allows the admin to add a watermark to the product images in the OpenCart store. The use of an Image Watermark on store pictures helps store owners to prevent their product photographs from being used without permission. Features The admin enable/disable the module The admin can upload the watermark image [...]
MDN Web Docs has been documenting the web platform for over twelve years and is now a cross-platform effort with contributions and an Advisory Board with members from Google, Microsoft and Samsung as well as those representing Firefox. Something that is fundamental to MDN is that it is a huge community effort, with the web community helping to create and maintain the documentation. In this article, I'm going to give you some pointers as to the places where you can help contribute to MDN and exactly how to do so.
Navigation bars help visitors browse through the website with ease, thus having a well-designed web menu can make your website more accessible and user-friendly. Each site is unique and so are the various types of web navigation designs that you use. This article examines 20 smart web navigation examples that follow the latest trends in […] The post 20 Smart Web Navigation Examples That Follow The Latest Trends appeared first on Line25.
On the Laravel News site today there's a tutorial posted introducing you to TOML configuration, a new configuration file structure that's designed to be easy for humans to read and highly flexible (all while staying relatively simple). TOML is a configuration file format language that is intended to be minimal and easy to read. TOML stands for "Tom's Obvious, Minimal Language," which refers to the creator Tom Preston-Werner. [...] TOML aims to be a minimal configuration file format that's easy to read due to obvious semantics. TOML is designed to map unambiguously to a hash table. TOML should be easy to parse into data structures in a wide variety of languages. In order to work with it in PHP (since there is no native support) they show you how to install the yosymfony/toml package. The tutorial then walks you through an example TOML configuration file and what the result of using the package to parse it looks like. It then takes it a step further an converts one of the database configuration files for a Laravel application to the TOML format. It also shows the reverse - using the package to create a TOML file and the resulting output.
A lot of people tend to think of quality assurance and quality control to be the same but they are not. They may be used
Every designer has their favorite prototyping tools. However, when it comes to UX wireframing and prototyping, there is often more than one tool involved. Sooner or later, you find yourself switching from one tool to another to cherry-pick the best ones among them. Adobe announced Project Comet in October last year to provide a fast and efficient all-in-one solution. A few months ago, the secret behind the codename was revealed and pushed to the public in a preview version: Adobe Experience Design CC (Adobe XD). Made for fast and fluid UX design, XD gives you everything in one neat bundle: it lets you sketch out ideas, create interactive prototypes, test and share them.The post Quick UX Prototyping With Adobe XD Shortcuts (PDF Cheat Sheet) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Adding basic maps to your WordPress website is a breeze. With Google Maps, you're able to copy and paste the provided embed code into your page or post using the... The post 10 Free WordPress Plugins for Adding and Extending Maps appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Dee and Chris talk about “everything money-related” at CodePen. Dee has been managing this stuff since CodePen’s beginning. First largely pro-bono (sorry, Dee), then later as a side gig and part-time job. Dee is full-time now at CodePen, but finance stuff is only part of her role (programming being the main job). It’s a lot […] The post 332: Running the Finances of a Startup appeared first on CodePen Blog.
According to Wikipedia, a UI style guide is a ‘set of standards for the writing and design of documents’ and that it ‘ensures consistency and enforces best practice in usage.’... The post Inspirational Examples of UI Style Guides appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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