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How do we get media performance right while staying within performance budgets? Let's take a look at the recent stats and data around performance budgets, video playback performance issues and some techniques and tools to address these issues.
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Contributed by Nicolas Grekas in #30413. Making HTTP requests (e.g. to third-party APIs) is a frequent need for developers working on web applications. In Symfony 4.3 we'll make this simpler with...
We share some much easier and more effective methods for making networking connections as freelance creative designers. The post How To Network Properly: Networking For Designers 101 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
We discuss being proactive when it comes to teaching clients about security best practices. Some things are universal, while others are a bit more specific to WordPress itself. The post 5 Things to Tell Your Clients About WordPress Security appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Today, we're bringing you a collection of Photoshop layer styles you can use to transform your ordinary text, shapes, and logos into creative designs. Whether you want to add a modern glitch effect to your poster titles or give a retro look to your logo designs, Photoshop layer styles can help you create beautiful designs […]
(This is a sponsored article.) In part one of this series, we looked at the Attraction phase of the customer lifecycle. This three-part series outlines the three phases of the product lifecycle, the future for UX, and the skills and approach you'll need to design modern digital products. Part 1: Attraction Going out there to get users to evaluate your product. Part 2: Activation Signing up, onboarding users, asking for payment.
Make your brand thrive by avoiding these 6 common mistakes businesses make when marketing themselves - from cutting corners to sitting on the fence.
The latest release of Angular, v13, is now available and it continues on Angular 12's mission of transitioning the ecosystem to the Ivy compiler. "With each new release our goal is to find material ways to make Angular better. In this release, we've done that through expansion of Ivy-based features and optimizations, partnering with our … continue reading The post Angular v13 continues on path of transitioning platform to Ivy compiler appeared first on SD Times.
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