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Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Snyk.io: The State of Open Source Security Report 2019 Christian Scheb: PHPStorm Inspections for your Continuous Integration Process Leonid Mamchenkov: Refactoring.Guru : Design Patterns + PHP Tomas Votruba: 5 Tips to Effective Work with Github Repository php[architect]: Episode 16 - Remotely Working Sergey Zhuk: Building a RESTful API Using ReactPHP and MySQL Rob Allen: Using img2lambda to publish your Serverless PHP layer Michelangelo van Dam: Documentation of a project Tomas Votruba: How we Migrated from Nette to Symfony in 3 Weeks - Part 1
Do you have a small business of your own? What is the basic source of marketing that you have? In a world where technology and the internet have both encapsulated our lives, it is shocking to know that there are still some businesses that have not joined the digital bandwagon. It is hard to believe that very few small businesses have their website. The common myth is that a website is a very expensive category to put a foot in, which is not true. A personalized website has many benefits which people often fail to understand. Unlike traditional marketing, digital … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Web-oriented databases, frameworks like Nuxt and Next.js, and even frameworkless approaches are evolving the Jamstack, but the core principles are more powerful than ever.
HTML5 becoming the official standard in 2014 was a milestone for modern web development. Better semantics, and easier controls, especially on mobile devices, were central ideas of HTML5. About two years later, its successor, HTML5.1, is nearing completion. Many of the things that are new in HTML5.1 are already being used and supported by most browsers. “<picture>” Element and “srcset” Attribute For a long time, there were discussions about how to provide different images for different resolutions in responsive web design. As a result, the “<picture>” element was introduced, which allows for the display of different images via their own “<source>” elements. The W3C also answered the question how to mark images for high-resolution displays and monitors, and introduced the “srcset” attribute. Both the “<picture>” element and the “srcset” attribute are supposed to become a part of the new standard HTML5.1. Both markup types are already being used by many web developers. As there are fallback options for both cases, there was no reason to use the new element or attribute prematurely. By now, all large browsers have implemented “<picture>” and “srcset”, even though they still are no official part of HTML5. “month” and “week” as New Input Forms There is […]
The hamburger menu is nothing new. You may say: "Oh, not this again!" And you may be right in some ways. We have discussed this topic before, exploring various issues... The post Tiny Details: A Look at Hamburger Menu Reveal Transitions appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Freelancing is tough work and it comes with its own share of problems. Managing finances to the psychological toll of having to find new projects can handicap a beginner. But when done right, it can be so rewarding. There is a lot of free advice online, but how do you find the one that works […] The post 11 Important TED Talks Every Freelance Designer Must Watch appeared first on Line25.
Decorative fonts are like the symbol of creativity and thinking outside the box. They feature uncommon, unusual, and weird letter designs unlike any other font, giving you an opportunity to create things with unique and personalized designs. We handpicked a collection of the best decorative fonts to show you how useful and creative decorative fonts […]
Interactive Rebase is the Swiss Army knife of Git commands: lots of use cases and lots of possibilities! It's really a great addition to any developer's tool chain, because it lets you revise your local commit history--before you share your work with the rest of the team. Let's see what you can do with an interactive rebase and then look at some practical examples. The post Interactive Rebase: Clean up your Commit History appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
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How we use Web Components at GitHub -- Kristjan Oddsson talks about how GitHub is using web components. I remember they were very early adopters, and it says here they released a <relative-time> component in 2014! Now they’ve got a … The post Links on Web Components appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
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