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Tumblr and Pinterest popularized the masonry grid. It is a common layout style for variable sized images, and it’s a great way to get images to fit nicely into a... The post 10 Code Snippets for Creating Masonry Grid Layouts appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Three Devs & A Maybe: Build, Provision and Deploy in the Cloud with Thijs Feryn Symfony Blog: New in Symfony 4.1: Fastest PHP Router Dries Vints: Laravel Horizon with Forge and Envoyer Muhammad Zamroni: Streaming CSV Using PHP Christoph Rumpel: The BotMan WebDriver explained Symfony Blog: New in Symfony: Reproducible builds Laravel News: Botman Playground: Start Your Next Chatbot Idea In Your Browser Sergey Zhuk: Amp Promises: From Generators To Coroutines Laravel News: Defense Programming: Anticipating Failures with Tests Pineco.de: Easy Role Management with Pivot Models Sergey Zhuk: Fast Web Scraping With ReactPHP Matthias Noback: Local and remote code coverage for Behat That Podcast: Episode 46: The One with the Last Jedi
This week Access All Areas members have a new collection of high quality Photoshop Actions to download courtesy of Shutter Pulse. This set allows you to apply nightmare-inspired effects to your photos, with eerie colour casts and dark contrast, just like the colour grading of horror movies! There are 10 photo effect actions to choose […] The post Nightmare Photoshop Actions for Access All Areas Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
There was a time when the only place for a navigation menu was on the top of the page. There was also a time when the menu lived within the... The post 10 Modern Examples of Slide-Out Sidebars appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
We are going to start with the oldest example in our collection – Greestmas Greeting. Originally launched in 2011, it is a true pioneer. However, it is not a traditional... The post A Selection of Festive Websites to Get You in the Mood for Christmas appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
If you want to become good at anything you need to practise. Photography is no exception. With so many skills to get to grips with, practise isn’t just a good idea - it's a necessity. All the best photographers practise regularly in order to understand their equipment better, fine-tune their skills, and develop their individual style. But how do you go about practising? To help you on the road to improvement we’ve gathered a list of our 15 favourite photography training exercises that are guaranteed to make you a better photographer. 1. 100 Paces This is a simple exercise aimed … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Unreal Engine is a popular and widely used game engine developed by Epic Games. Many AAA modern games such as Fortnite, Rocket League, and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order were made with this game engine. Very big game studios, whose name we hear often, use the Unreal Engine game engine. In addition, not only the […] The post How to Develop Games in Unreal Engine appeared first on Developer.com.
Understanding how to make a live streaming app involves meticulous planning. Let's dive in deeper and explore the concept of these apps and understand what it means to deliver these apps.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:HHVM Blog: HHVM 3.24 (End of PHP 5 Support) Laravel News: Laracon US 2018 Announces Speaker Robert C Martin Laravel News: Install Microsoft SQL Drivers for PHP 7 in Docker Brandon Savage: Don't write useless unit tests Martin Hujer: Have you tried Composer Scripts? You may not need Phing. PHP Town Hall Podcast: Episode 56: GraphQL is better than REST Matthias Noback: Simple CQRS - reduce coupling, allow the model(s) to evolve Exakat Blog: PHP assertions and their usage Oscar Merida: Creating ZIP files and streaming the response with Silex Stitcher.io Blog: Where a curly bracket belongs Matthias Noback: Setting the stage: Code complexity Christoph Rumpel: How I redesigned my blog and moved it from Jekyll to Laravel Sergey Zhuk: Managing ReactPHP Promises Pineco.de: Simple Eloquent Model Translations Freek Van der Herten: How to send a "trial expiring soon" mail in Laravel Spark Joe Ferguson: How to move a dependency to Composer while requiring an old version Colin O'Dell: Optimizing colinodell/json5 with Blackfire
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