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Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Matt Glaman: Test driven development in PhpStorm with auto-testing enabled PHP.net: PHP 7.3.0RC3 Released Jessica Mauerhan: The Five Types of Test Doubles & How to Create Them in PHPUnit PHP Roundtable Podcast: Episode 78 - DocBlocks, Annotations, PSR-5 & The Like Laravel News: Carbon Updates Coming to Laravel 5.8 Pineco.de: Subscribing Users to a MailChimp List with Laravel and Guzzle Matthias Noback: Test-driving repository classes - Part 2: Storing and retrieving entities Alex Makdessi: Diving into Symfony's DependencyInjection - Part 1: First steps with the container Derick Rethans: Using the Right Debugging Tools Delicious Brains: WordPress Deployment Part 4: Automated Deployments Three Devs & A Maybe Podcast: Running Symfony on AWS Lambda with Neal Brooks CloudWays Blog: Automate Codeigniter Unit Testing With PHPUnit Symfony Blog: The SymfonyLive Paris 2019 website is online! Laravel News Podcast: Episode 69 - Laravel 5.7, ZSH, and Nova packages TechBeacon: Why your choice of software testing suites matters
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The Laravel News Podcast, hosted by Jacob Bennett and Michael Dyrynda, has posted their latest episode: Episode #57 - Laravel 5.6, Spark 6.0, and framework helpers Join us for a whirlwind journey through the latest Laravel Framework and Spark releases, as well as community project Larastream, and more. The episode also includes mentions of this article covering five useful Laravel helpers and the model caching package. You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading it directly. If you enjoy the show, be sure to subscribe to their feed to get updates on when new shows are released.
In today’s Photoshop tutorial we’re going to take a look at replicating the unique appearance of false-color infrared photography. Authentic infrared photos are captured using infrared film, or digitally using an infrared lens, but the overall style and aesthetic can also be simulated with some tweaks to a normal photograph in Adobe Photoshop. In false-color […] The post Video Tutorial: How To Create a Surreal Infrared Photo Effect appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
In nature, no two things are ever the same. Life is imperfect, unpredictable, and beautiful. We can walk through the same forest every day and see differently colored leaves. We can look up at the clouds every minute and watch …
Freek Van der Herten has a post for the Laravel users out there showing how to use custom HTML components in your Blade views making use of this package. Today we launched our newest package called BladeX. In short this package provides you with an easy html like way to render custom html components in your Blade views. In this blogpost I'd like to introduce the package to you. He starts by describing an example application where reusable components could be helpful (things like alert messages, form components and layout parts). He then shows how to create a component for an alert message that can be used via the @component functionality in Blade as a sort of "include and use" call. He shows how to pass in variables, use slots, and prefix components. He wraps up the post going "under the hood" and showing how it works via a service provider and how they made the package (and why).
Whether you have or have yet to work with a graphic designer, you may have a few assumptions or preconceived notions about the type of people graphic designers are and what it's like working with a graphic designer. Whether it's a graphic designer or any other professional, it's not wise to assume anything about a […] The post Stop Believing These 8 Myths About Graphic Designers appeared first on Line25.
Odoo has established a global footprint through its amazing ERP and business management software. Odoo 15 includes new functionality, as well as improvements to the user experience and performance enhancements. This blog will walk you through the process of installing Odoo 15 on an Ubuntu server running version 20.04 LTS. So let's move to the [...]
Exciting news in UXPin! From now on, you can design faster with our new feature - Auto Layout. Align all the components the way you want within seconds and speed up your design workflow. At UXPin, our goal has always been to simplify design process and make sure designers have enough time to focus on The post Bringing Auto Layout to UXPin appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
Interaction design can separate the quality sites from the rest of the crowd – if done well. If, however, there are glaring errors in the designs, it will only serve... The post Interaction Design Mistakes That Drive Us Nuts appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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