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Almost everywhere you look these days, you find a map or location-based nugget of information. Almost every app asks for a location, and their presence is becoming more and more common on desktop websites as well. But if you have not branched out into the world of mapping or location data, it may seem a […]
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Netlify introduced new features, workflow, and automation for enterprises building modern web applications at scale. The new team governance features and Jira integration make it easier for large-scale enterprises to benefit from the Jamstack ecosystem and best practices. The company added a new integration with Jira to accelerate feedback on web projects, and availability of … continue reading The post Netlify launches Enterprise Grid, availability on AWS Marketplace appeared first on SD Times.
Data is currently one of the most valuable commodities and resources on the planet to countless businesses, and the value of data isn’t expected to dwindle anytime soon. Data is... The post Leveraging User Data for Improved UX appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Dee and Chris talk about a recent release where we re-built the upgrade experience on CodePen. For example, you’re a free user, you want to upload an asset, you can upload via a modal that pops up, and get on with your task. You could kind of do that before, but it was much jankier […] The post #322: Upgrading Upgrades appeared first on CodePen Blog.
Kubescape is a tool for testing if Kubernetes is deployed securely. It uses the Kubernetes Hardening Guidance released by the NSA and CISA to do this. Tests are configured in YAWL files, which makes it easy to update when specifications for tests change. It runs tests on the following things: non-root containers, immutable container filesystem, … continue reading The post SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Kubescape appeared first on SD Times.
Passing flyers is one of the best marketing strategies real estate agencies use to market their properties. We handpicked a collection of attractive real estate flyer templates to help you design unique flyers to promote your real estate listings like a pro. Real estate is a booming industry. With many agencies popping up around every […]
Roberto B wrote a good tutorial on how to test your Laravel 6 application using GitHub actions. The scenario that I would like to explain you is: I have a Web App based on Laravel 6, every time I push some new code on master branch on the GitHub repository, I would like to execute automatically U...
(This is a sponsored article.) In my previous article on Building UX Teams, I explored the rapidly growing need for UX teams as a result of the emergence of design as a wider business driver. As teams grow, so too does a need for leaders to nurture and guide them. In my final article in this series on user experience design, I'll explore the different characteristics of an effective UX leader, and provide some practical advice about growing into a leadership role.
Batching is a common scenario developers come across to basically split a large amount of work into smaller chunks for optimal processing. Seems pretty simple, and it really is. Say we have a long list of items we want to process in some way. A pre-defined number of them can be processed concurrently. I can see two different ways to do it in Go. The first way is by using plain old slices. This is something most developers have probably done at some point in their careers. Let's take this simple example:
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