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As many of you may know, Figma is a tool for designing and prototyping for desktop, web, and mobile. It is an interactive design tool that allows multiple designers to… The post 100+ Best Figma Mockup Templates appeared first on CSS Author.
Do you want to launch a new product? Are you confident in the success of your idea, but do not know how to technically transform... The post How to Hire a CTO for a Project? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
There is UI animation, and then there is good UI animation. Good animation makes you go "Wow!" — it's smooth, beautiful and, most of all, natural, not blocky, rigid or robotic. If you frequent Dribbble or UpLabs, you'll know what I am talking about. With so many amazing designers creating such beautiful animations, any developer would naturally want to recreate them in their own projects. Now, CSS does provide some presets for transition-timing-function, such as ease-in, ease-out and ease-in-out, which add some level of smoothness and realism, but they are very generic, aren't they? How boring would it be if every animation on the web followed the same three timing functions? The post Upgrading CSS Animation With Motion Curves appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
In response to a comment he saw on Twitter about comments in code, Matthias Noback has written up a post with some of his own thoughts. Recently I read a comment on Twitter by Nikola Posa. [...] He was providing us with a useful suggestion, one that I myself have been following ever since reading "Clean Code" by Robert Martin. The paraphrased suggestion in that book, as well as in the tweet, is to consider a comment to be a naming issue in disguise, and to solve that issue, instead of keeping the comment. By the way, the book has some very nice examples of how comments should and should not be used. Matthias starts with the suggestion that, when correctly written, code shouldn't need comments to be clear about what's happening. He encourages the use of the "refactor for clarity" method to remove comments and make the code more clear. He finishes the post by breaking down the types of comments (explanatory, todo and "wtf"), what they are/examples and in what situations they can be useful for.
The UX design is the process design teams use to create products that provide important and consistent experiences to users, and this process involves the following six stages: Understand: Defining first what is the problem. Research: Discovering the users and their needs. Analyze: Gathering all the previous data and extract […] The post UX Deliverables - How User Experience Analysis Support the Software Development Process first appeared on ASPER BROTHERS.
On the Laravel News site there's a quick announcement about the return of a Laravel-centric event to New Delhi - LaravelLive India.
The market for mobile apps is on an upward trajectory that shows no signs of plateauing out any time soon, making it a very exciting space to dabble in. There is huge scope for mobile app development and retail. The market was already valued at US$ 106.27 billion in 2018, according to data released by...
On the TutsPlus.com site today they've posted a new tutorial spotlighting one of the components that makes up the Symfony framework, the Symfony Cache Component - and how you can use it to improve the performance of your applications. Today, I'll show you the Symfony Cache component, an easy way to add caching to your PHP applications. This helps improve the overall performance of your application by reducing the page load time. [...] In this article, we'll explore how you can unleash the power of the Symfony Cache component. As usual, we'll start with installation and configuration, and then we'll go on to explore a few real-world examples in the latter half of the article. The tutorial starts with a few basic terms you'll need to be familiar with to use the component. From there it's straight into the installation and configuration of the component. Code is then included showing a more "real world" example of caching several different kinds of data, fetching it and setting expiration times. It then walks through each line of the code explaining how it works and more context about what's happening behind the scenes.
Ah, cupcakes. Who doesn’t love those little, round bites of deliciousness? With a history spanning many, many years, cupcakes have a rich legacy that includes chemistry, enterprise, and problem solving.... The post Improving Your Design Workflow - The Cupcake Method appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Tilda website builder combines everything we liked so much about constructors when we were kids - you can experiment, test out and build myriads of new creative ideas out of ready-to-use blocks. Tilda is that type of constructor that allows you to own your creative process and create pretty much any website: landing page, business […] The post Tilda - The Website Builder That Disrupted The Way We Create Websites first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
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