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I was pretty stoked when Chris shared a way to “View Source” on mobile. Sure, it’s not the same as a built-in feature but it allows iOS users like myself a way to peek at a site’s code the … The post Front-End Dev Shortcuts in iOS 15 appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
The Delicious Brains site has continued their series covering WordPress deployment with part three: Deploying WordPress Using Git. While their instructions relate to WordPress, the examples given would work for any PHP-based application. In my last article, we looked at deploying WordPress using some different command line (CLI) tools. In this article, we're going to look at how we can deploy WordPress using Git, both manually via the CLI and also automatically when you push code to your remote repository. They start by listing out the tooling you'll need to follow along - Git and Composer - and an example repository you can work from. The post then walk through three different methods you can use to deploy making use of Git: a "git pull" on the production server automated deployment via webhooks deployment using a continuous integration service For each item there's a brief summary included as well as configurations, screenshots and setup instructions.
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Batching is a common scenario developers come across to basically split a large amount of work into smaller chunks for optimal processing. Seems pretty simple, and it really is. Say we have a long list of items we want to process in some way. A pre-defined number of them can be processed concurrently. I can see two different ways to do it in Go. The first way is by using plain old slices. This is something most developers have probably done at some point in their careers. Let's take this simple example:
Now that we've seen that web components and interactive web components are both easier than you think, let's take a look at adding them to a content management system, namely WordPress. There are three major ways we can add them. … The post Using Web Components in WordPress is Easier Than You Think appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
If you want to create a mobile app with a great user experience, you should always start your project with a wireframe. In this post, we share a collection of modern mobile app wireframing templates to help you get started in your design process. When using a wireframe template, you won't have to spend hours […]
To get rich, people throw quick promises at you to entice you to buy their products. We can be thankful that authors of website-building themes and tools for WordPress haven't joined their ranks. The worst case is that a given theme might not be quite as easy to use or as flexible, responsive, or extensible […] The post Create Better Projects in 2020 With These 14 WordPress Themes appeared first on Line25.
What is an IDE? What is an IDE? An IDE stands for an Integrated Development Environment. An IDE includes a text editor, compiler, and debug tool. They are used for… The post What are the best IDEs for Programmers? appeared first on CSS Author.
In a new post to his site Nikola Posa takes a look at naming conventions in code and makes some recommendations based on his own work. In the last couple of months, I spent a lot of time studying Proophessor Do demo project that showcases features of Prooph components, all with the aim of mastering CQRS/Event Sourcing concepts. Along the way, something else turned my attention away from the main topic - unconventional, but clean and concise naming convention for class and method names. This was a true eye-opener for me, I immediately liked the idea and after adapting it a bit I started practicing it at work. Excited and full of enthusiasm, I shared my findings and opinions with the rest of the world. He tweeted about his excitement but found that there was more to say and a blog post was the place to put it. So in this post he covers several "anti-patterns" to avoid in code naming conventions: Anti-pattern 1: Prefixes/suffixes convention for Interfaces Anti-pattern 2: Archetype suffix convention for domain classes Anti-pattern 3: "get" prefix convention for property accessors He finishes the post with some final thoughts and a "TL;DR" image showing a "right" and "wrong" way to structure your code.
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