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I've been working on the creation and maintenance of the main library of our design system, Lexicon. We used the Sketch app for the first year and then we moved to Figma where the library management was different in certain aspects, making the change quite challenging for us. To be honest, as with any library construction, it requires time, effort, and planning, but it is worth the effort because it will help with providing detailed components for your team.
In a post to his site Tomas Votruba shows you how to test the PSR-12 standard on your current codebase using some custom PHP-CS-Fixer rules. The PSR-12 standard is a recommendation from the PHP-FIG group about consistency in coding styles and formatting. It expands and replaces the previous PSR-2 standard. The standard is still behind the door, but feedback, before it gets accepted, is very important. After accepting it will be written down and it will be difficult to change anything. Try PSR-12 today and see, how it works for your code. Korvin Szanto, a developer working on the PHP-CS-Fixer project, has put together a commit with the rules to update and enforce the PSR-12 coding standard. The post shows how to install these rules and how to change up your YAML configuration to include them. He also includes a discussion about agreeing/disagreeing with the coding standard idea and gives examples of two rules he personally doesn't agree with.
What is branding? We explain the benefits & purpose of branding + how you can use it to set your business apart. Branding simply works!
This blog post describes how we can write our first test class with JUnit 5. After we have finished this blog post, we: Can create test classes with JUnit 5. Know how we can use setup and teardown methods. Understand how we can write simple test methods with JUnit 5. Let's start by creating our […] Related StoriesWriting Tests for Spring MVC Controllers: Test Case 101Writing Unit Tests for a Spring REST API With Kotlin and JUnit 5: Reading DataWriting Unit Tests for “Normal” Spring MVC Controllers: Configuration
Drawing is one of the most common hobbies. It's a great way of having fun and expressing yourself. And now, with the help of technology, it’s really easy to draw and edit your work digitally. And, you don't need a high-end graphics tablet, you can just use your Android tablet or iPad to create real...
5 Types of Sales Promotions Proven to Increase Conversions Believe it or not, there isn’t a complicated secret to getting more revenue and increasing conversion rates. By simply implementing sales promotions into your marketing strategy, you can take your business to the next level. You might be thinking, " Is that all"? Well, the answer...
This free live webinar takes place on Wednesday 22 September | 2pm ET ABOUT THE WEBINAR Developers have long heard about the benefits of edge computing: lower latency for applications, better bandwidth and cost efficiencies, the ability to put points of presence closer to end-users, and more. The edge opens a new wave of opportunity... Read more » The post Live panel webinar: Bringing innovation to the edge with the alternative cloud appeared first on Developer Tech News.
DigitalOcean, the cloud computing company, today announced the release of its serverless product, DigitalOcean Functions. This offering is intended to bring users a fast, scalable, and cost-effective compute solution that allows them to build quickly, scale automatically, and save costs by removing the need to pay for idle resources. According to the company, Functions are … continue reading The post DigitalOcean launches serverless offering appeared first on SD Times.
We delve into some common freelance situations you'll want to fix sooner rather than later and offer some useful solutions. The post Freelance Situations You Need to Fix Right Away appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Choosing between Flutter and React Native? Check out this article and learn which one is more effective in cross-platform mobile development. The post Flutter or React Native, Which Way to Go? appeared first on SCAND.
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