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Let's welcome the new month with some new wallpapers. Designed with love by artists and designers from across the globe, they are available in versions with and without a calendar for April 2022.
I wrote How we Completed Thousands of Missing @var Annotations in a Day. If you have at least some annotations, you can use Rector to do the dirty work. To be honest, open-source is the top 1 % code there is, but out in the wild of legacy established PHP companies, it's a miracle to see just...
Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.
Earlier this year we released v2 of laravel-event-sourcing. This package is probably the easiest way to getting started with event sourcing in Laravel. A significant feature of v2 was the addition of aggregates. Today we released another new version of the package that adds test methods. These met...
Zoho has kept me company for more than ten years now. For years, Zoho Writer has been the only tool I used for word processing. The company from India always aimed to be in direct competition with Google and Microsoft, and developed cloud-based office solutions at a time, were nobody even used the word Cloud. It’s not surprising that Zoho’s software is one of today’s most matured of its kind. Today, I’ll introduce you to Zoho Projects, a cloud-based project management application that leaves (almost) nothing to be desired. Project Management – No Time for Nostalgia Project management. The term itself makes you lift your head reverently as soon as you hear it. Project, that surely is a vague term. Management too, everyone has a different understanding of what that is. It’s immediately evident, that a blank page is not enough to plan and control the course of a project once it reaches a certain minimum complexity, like a wedding weekend with five different events, two of them being parties with a couple of hundred guests. Not everyone wants to deal with something like that, but those who do, need help... In the 90s, I worked as a project manager. […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesActive Collab: Project Management Made SimpleStack: New Kanban Boards Task- and Projectmanager by BugherdAssembla: Manage Web Development Projects EasilyBugHerd: Lean & Clean Task- and Bug-Management for Web-Projects5 Tools to Help Web Developers Work More EfficientlyBamBam! The One and Only Collaboration-Tool for People who Really Need
On the Delicious Brains site they have a new post that makes a suggestion to the WordPress plugin developers out there: stop supporting legacy versions of your plugins and move on. I recently saw this tweet from Danny van Kooten which reminded me of one of the many major gripes developers have with WordPress - supporting ancient PHP versions: "STOP SUPPORTING PHP 5.2 IN YOUR NEW PROJECTS. No one using it is actively installing plugins, trust me." Yes, (unbelievably) WordPress still supports installations of PHP 5.2.4! As plugin developers, we can't change that over night but we have the power to stop supporting these legacy versions in our plugins where we have control over the codebase. He talks about how, despite the fact that the WordPress project itself strives for ultimate backwards compatibility, it's just not run on older versions of PHP as much. They share some statistics about the number of WordPress installs on each version of PHP starting with v5.2. The results show that the overwhelming majority are on v5.6 with a split between <=5.3 and >=7.0 for the remainder. They also share some statistics from their own plugins finding that the >=7.0 takes the lead. The post then shares some of the reasons for making the upgrade to only support newer versions of the language including security updates, speed and developer experience. It finishes up with some of the steps to follow to inform users of the intent to deprecate old support and when to make the move.
Primitive, a large digital solutions agency based in Texas, commissioned JUST Creative for the rebranding of their agency. Here are the results.
Your Services page can be just… well, a list of services. Or it can help you reassure buyers who are close to hiring you to do their website – becoming the tipping point that turns them from interested to committed... The post Tips on Writing a Services Page that Sells appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Last week my wife and I launched a charity fundraiser for the Langbos Community Centre in South Africa that helps orphaned children thanks to kind donations from all around the world. This is amazing, but we need more. Read More
Advertise here with BSA More and more providers of ready-made WordPress themes are making their products available under the GPL license. It allows users to install one theme more than once and tweak it... Advertise here with BSA The post TemplateMonster Launches GPL WordPress Themes appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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