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You might not have realized it yet, but about 50 per cent of the people accessing your site through their mobile devices will abandon your site completely, if it takes more than 3 seconds to load. As a beginner, a newbie in the digital business arena, you might not be aware of the same. Well, this is why we are here for you. If you have not paid any form of attention to loading time of your site on a mobile device and are not noting down the subsequent web traffic, you are in for a loss. These numbers need … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Time flies by… The first month of the new year is already behind us, and with February just around the corner, it's time for some fresh inspiration. So how about some wallpapers to tickle your ideas? Wallpapers that are a bit more distinctive as the ones you usually find out there? Well, we've got you covered. As every month since more than nine years already, artists and designers from across the globe once again fired up their favorite illustration tools and got out their paint brushes and cameras to create charming desktop wallpapers that are sure to breathe some fresh life into your desktop.
TikTok quickly took over the world with its trendy video-based content format. With over 800 million active users, TikTok is more than just about dancing videos and memes. It's now a platform for marketing. TikTok is now bigger than Reddit, Twitter, and even Snapchat. As a result, everyone from small personal brands to big corporate […]
On his site Pascal Landau has posted a complete guide to setting up a Docker-based PHP environment on Windows 10 using Nginx and PHP-FPM. You probably heard from the new kid around the block called "Docker"? You are a PHP developer and would like to get into that, but you didn't have the time to look into it, yet? Then this tutorial is for you! [...] This is the first part of a (probably) multi-part series on Docker. The next part will explain how to set up PHP in Docker containers in order to work nicely with PHPStorm when using XDebug. He starts with a brief overview of why he chose to use Docker and the transition from Vagrant. He then breaks up the tutorial into several different sections, one for each area of the environment: setting up Docker creating the PHP CLI container building the web container (PHP-FPM and Nginx) He "brings it all together", sharing a docker-compose configuration file that sets up all of the services and configurations in one shot. The tutorial comes complete with screenshots and all command line calls to get your environment up and running quickly.
INRODUCTION Since the world is changing rapidly, in order to succeed, you need to be efficient innovative, and highly productive regardless of whatever industry you deal in. Thus, implementing new tools/advancements in your work environment can help you get more things done in less time, save money, and increase your business's productivity and revenue. Keeping [...]
In the last decade, plugins such as Flash and Silverlight have enabled a rich consumption of video in browsers, powering popular services such as YouTube and Netflix. However, this approach has shifted towards HTML5 over the last few years. Almost two years ago, the W3C published the final recommendation of the HTML5 spec, which came with a new set of HTML elements and APIs, especially for video. Some of them aim for more semantics in web pages but don't introduce new features. Others extend the possibilities of the web and enhance the possibilities for developers without the need for plugins such as Adobe Flash, Microsoft Silverlight or Java.The post HTML5 Media Source Extensions: Bringing Production Video To The Web appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Over the past year, software development has seen an increase in the adoption of Lean software delivery practices. According to the "2021 State of Continuous Delivery Report" conducted by the Continuous Delivery Foundation, 74% of developers are currently utilizing some kind of DevOps practice. However, the software development community as a whole remains in the … continue reading The post Report: CI/CD still in early phase for much of software development community appeared first on SD Times.
It's fair to say that AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is a controversial topic among web developers. AMP is a Google-guided technology that strips down web pages to a limited sub-set of tags to serve pages faster. It was developed as a web-based rival to native news apps from vendors like Apple. The controversy first arose […] The post Poll: Is AMP Dead, and Do We Care? first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
In this blog we will know about “Cross Selling in Shopware 6 and also will see reflection at front end.” Introduction Shopware is a leading Germany based e-commerce platform. Till the date, the platform has received more than 80 thousand users. Shopware is an open-source eCommerce framework. Meanwhile, the features which are taking this Plateform to [...]
I got together with Tim Kadlec from over at WebPageTest the other day to use do a bit of performance testing on CSS-Tricks. Essentially use the tool, poke around, and identify performance pain points to work on. You can watch … The post Learnings From a WebPageTest Session on CSS-Tricks appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
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