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A lot of time and effort goes into creating a killer website. But we can take all of those blood, sweat and tears and narrow them down into a few... The post The Types of Websites That Can Benefit From a CDN appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
WooCommerce has been a game-changer in the rapidly growing eCommerce arena. By strategically using the right WooCommerce product slider plugin you can add extra functionality and that much-needed appeal to your website to boost sales like never before. Are you new to WooCommerce slider plugins and wish to know their features? Are you wondering how...
There is a natural tendency to think of the spectrum of platforms that developers need to employ to build and deploy applications in isolation from one another. However, all those platforms are interconnected with one another. An application that is designed to primarily run on an edge computing platform will need to invoke a wide […] The post Wind River IDE Update Blurs Platform Lines appeared first on Developer.com.
When it comes to creating video content, one of the most challenging tasks you have to deal with is designing a killer title scene. But, what if there was a way to instantly insert an amazing title scene into your videos with just a few clicks? That's exactly what you can do with pre-made Final […]
On the Web-Techno.net site there's a new tutorial posted that talks about the DRY principle in development (Don't Repeat Yourself) and why you might be misunderstanding the intent. I know what you are thinking: "Again a boring article on DRY? Don't we have enough already?". You might be right. However I see too many developers (junior or senior) applying DRY like they are doing some witch hunting. Totally randomly or everywhere they can. So apparently we never have enough DRY principle articles on Internet. A little reminder for those in the back who don't follow: the DRY principle means "Don't Repeat Yourself" and was first introduced in the The Pragmatic Programmer. The principle itself was known and applied before this book came to life. However the Pragmatic Programmer defined it precisely and put a name on it. He starts by defining the original intent of the principle: not repeating knowledge (not necessarily repeating code). He gives an example of a e-commerce site and the logic around "shipments". If there's logic around these shipments happening in multiple places in the application, that can lead to maintenance issues down the line. He suggests creating a single instance of the knowledge about shipment handling rather than just reducing code duplication. He gives an example of a product instance and code duplication happening in some of the data validation. After showing a possible solution for this particular issue he gets into some issues that come from over-DRYing your code including useless abstractions and premature optimization.
In today’s Illustrator and Photoshop video tutorial I’ll take you through the design process for creating a vintage postcard design, based on the postcard design style known as "large letter", which was popular throughout the mid-20th century. Often accompanied by the words "Greetings from…", these postcards presented the name of a place with faux 3D […] The post Video Tutorial: How To Create a Vintage Postcard Design appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Latest PECL Releases:PAM 2.2.3 Fix minimum version of php and pear installer PAM 2.2.2 Add missing globals init and other minor fixes PAM 2.2.1 PHP 8.0 support with other features pcov 1.0.9 - Fix #67 huge memory consumption to generate coverage zip 1.19.3 - Fix #80648 Fix for bug 79296 should be based on runtime version (cmb, Remi) - Fix #80863 ZipArchive::extractTo() ignores references. (cmb) Tensor 3.0.00 - No changes protobuf 3.17.2 * No new changes in 3.17.2
When it comes to designing a shirt, you have two primary options - design it yourself using graphic design tools such as Adobe Illustrator or use software made for the job. The good news is that there are plenty of free t-shirt design software options to consider! There are a growing number of platforms that […]
Python has been touted as the programming language of the year. It has been among the most popular programming languages. Python has developed a niche for itself in the last few years. A developer at the beginning of his career has been introduced to Python first as his base programming language. Then, gradually the developers...
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