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This week's Designer News - No 608 - includes Responsivize Testing App, Why Do People Hate Redesigns? 3DPop CSS Generator, WordPress Classic Editor Support, CSS Photo Filters, canistilluse.com, Mammoth .docx to HTML Converter, 6000 Free Icons and so much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 608 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
This WordPress collection is a one-stop resource for all your WordPress-related needs. Themes, plugins, tutorials, guides… we have it all. So, don’t hesitate to scroll down and download, view or bookmark the resource that you find useful. Before trying any... The post 30 of the Top WordPress Freebies of 2015 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
When using PHP, you've probably used DocBlocks. They can be used to add additional information that can't be inferred by looking at the source code alone. DocBlocks can be used by IDEs, like PhpStorm, to improve autocomplete suggestions. In this blogpost, I'd like to highlight a not so well known D...
Need video? From moving images for your own website, to b-roll for clients, having a solid place to find quality stock videos is a must. Today, we're going to help you "stock" your toolkit with ten places to find amazing, free stock video for a variety of projects. We are giving you basic information about […]
A front end designer is responsible for creating and implementing all those visual elements that the users can see and interact within a web application. They are supported by back-end web developers who integrate the work of front end designers. Front-End Web Developer is a combination of design and programming as they are responsible for […] The post 10 Habits of a Successful Front End Designer appeared first on Line25.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:TutsPlus.com: Set Up Routing in PHP Applications Using the Symfony Routing Component Kevin Schroeder: Monitoring Magento Jobs and Crons PHP.net: PHP 7.1.20 & 5.6.37 Released Matt Sparks: I Want Scalar Objects in PHP Robert Basic: Legacy code is 3rd party code PHP.net: PHP 7.3.0alpha4 Released Alejandro Celaya: Demonstrating the interoperability and decoupling of Zend Expressive Pineco.de: Extending Laravel's Collection With Macros Symfony Blog: The conference schedule for SymfonyLive London 2018 is out! Matthias Noback: Objects should be constructed in one go Laravel News: New Outer Array Functions Coming to PHP 7.3 Laravel News Podcast: Episode 65 - Jigsaws, Git tools, and Laravel development packages Matthew Weier O'Phinney: Notes on GraphQL Tomas Votruba: New in Statie 4.5: Twig Support Nikola Posa: Lazy loading services using Zend Service Manager Symfony Blog: SymfonyLive Berlin 2018 Call for Papers
Almost every designer has created a brochure at some point. And there's a strong possibility you'll be asked to design another! Whether it's for a client or to promote your own business, there's an art to designing a brochure. And then there's an added challenge: brochure design isn't just for print anymore. Digital brochures are […]
In this blog series, I'm describing how InnoDB locks data (tables and rows) in order to provide illusion to clients that their queries are executed one after another, and how this was improved in recent releases. So far we saw that access right currently granted and waiting to be granted are represented as record locks and table locks objects in memory, which we can inspect via performance_schema.data_locks.…
It's hard to define what a dying technology actually is. Is it fewer related jobs?
Listen with curiosity. The greatest problem with communication is we don't listen to understand. We listen to reply. When we listen with curiosity, we don't listen with the intent to reply. We listen for what's behind the words. Roy T. Bennett Listening doesn't always happen face to face. Right at this moment, someone, somewhere around the...
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