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It's already been 18 years since Google was launched and much has changed throughout this time. Since its inception Google has evolved in so many ways, and literally revolutionized the way we connect to the World and get access to information. Today, however, apart from being a giant search engine, Google provides a wide array...
If you're looking for the perfect font for a logo, business card, stationery, or any kind of branding for a corporate business, you've come to the right place. In this post, we bring you a curated collection of the best fonts you can use with designs related to business and corporate brands. Whether you're making […]
This week's Designer News (N.363) includes Accessibility Guidelines, Form Styles, Sass Library, What's new in HTML 5.1, Building Interactive Emails, Free Icon Sets and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.363) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
If you're looking to acquire a customer base for your online business, you need to go where the people are. With billions of active users from all around the world, social networks seem to be one of the best places to find and acquire customers to your business. Brands have already started leveraging social media to acquire customers. Dell Inc has been making million dollar sales per year using Twitter alone and companies like Uwheels have been making use of its social influencers to make million dollar sales. What are the things these companies are doing right? What are you … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:symfony Project Blog: Symfony 5: The Fast Track, a new Symfony book PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: PHP 7.1.33 Released Jason McCreary: Maintaining Laravel config files Webslesson: Laravel 6 Tutorial on Full Text Search using Ajax stitcher.io: 01. Domain oriented Laravel symfony Project Blog: New in Symfony 4.4: Horizontal Tables and Definition Lists in Console Commands Musings, ninja ones: PHP: Past and Future Martin Hujer blog: How to configure PHPStan for Symfony applications PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: PHP 7.2.24 Released murze.be: A?A~A... Getting started with Domain Oriented Laravel Derick Rethans: PHP Internals News: Episode 33: Union Types
Latest PECL Releases:mysqlnd_azure 1.1.1 - 1. New connection attribute "_extension_version", indicate the mysqlnd_azure extension build version. Fix memory collect mnd_ prefix alloc crash and add a test case for enable mysqlnd.collect_memory_statistics. Add support for two redirection info format. Add support to enable runtime log, check myslqnd_azure_log.md Add doc for general troubleshooting. gRPC 1.31.0 - gRPC Core 1.31.0 update igbinary 3.1.4 * Fix unserialization of PHP references to internal/user-defined classes using PHP 7.4's `__unserialize` (e.g. `ArrayObject`) ast 1.0.8 - Recommend using the new constant `astflagsPARAM_MODIFIER_*` when checking if parameters use constructor property promotion. The values of `astflagsMODIFIER_*` and `astflagsPARAM_VARIADIC` had some overlap in some php 7 versions. The new constants will have the same values as `astflagsMODIFIER_*` in PHP 8.0+, but different values in PHP 7 (and these flags will never be set in php 7). - Support PHP 8.0's named arguments. - Support PHP 8.0's nullsafe operator (`?->`). igbinary 3.1.3 * Properly serialize reference groups of size 1 (these can be created by array_walk_recursive and other functions). Note that this does not fix the general case where values not being serialized are in the same reference group as a value being serialized. * PHP 8.0 compatibility fixes.
Dave Hopkins from the Quickie Podcast interviews Jacob Cass discussing design careers, digital nomad life, logos, print design, TEDx and so much more.
VSCO is a popular photography app for both Android and iOS, known for stunning filters and effects. Today we’re featuring a selection of VSCO Lightroom presets, inspired by the VSCO app, to help you achieve similar results with greater power and flexibility. If you have a copy of Lightroom, you probably want to have more […]
One of the biggest risks of building a product is to build the wrong thing. You'll pour months (even years) into building it, only to realize that you just can't make it a success. At Hanno, we see this happening time and time again. That's why we've put together a Lean Validation Playbook. "Lean" in this case means that you're moving swiftly to figure out what you're going to build and how you're going to build it with as few resources as possible. These resources might include time, money and effort. The lean startup methodology is advocated by Eric Reis, who has massively influenced the way we work through his book The Lean Startup.The post A Lean Approach To Product Validation appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Courtesy of our friends Freepik, we have a wonderful free icon set for you today. The Tropical Icon Set includes individual icons of palm trees, beach balls, cocktails, surfboards, waves,... The post The Free Tropical Icon Set (50 Icons, SVG & PNG) appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
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