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Back in 2008, I started studying design and clearly remember how the sheer sight of code just intimidated me. I had some coding classes, and without any prior coding experience, I had a tough time understanding the code I first got in touch with. Suddenly, the words that I was used to in the English language (such as “new,” “return” and “throw/catch”) took on a whole new meaning; the cryptic syntax, semicolons, brackets and completely new rules didn't make things any easier for me.
This week's Designer News (N.432) includes A CSS Framework That "Actually Looks Good", How CSS Works, Introduction to HTML, Privacy Respecting Tools and Services, Front-End Developer Handbook 2018, How Designers (Should Not) Apply For Jobs, Free Payment Icons and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 432 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
The unprecedented rise of cryptocurrencies, and their underpinning blockchain technology, have taken the world by storm — from the humble beginnings of being an academic concept over a decade ago to current increased adoption in various industries. The blockchain technology is receiving a lot of attention because of its ability to enhance security in trustless environments, enforce decentralization, and make processes efficient. Traditionally, Python has been the de facto programming language for blockchain development.
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Purchasing free products does not have to look and feel like going through a bargain table. Pixelify shows, that it can be both elegant and comfortable. Where Are the Platforms for the Distribution of Freebies? Mats-Peter Forss is a minimalist designer from the Finnish place Rauma. He’s been selling his digital design products via the...
StarTutorial has continued their "Modern PHP Developer" series of tutorials with their latest covering the use of Iterators for working with sets of data. If you have used a for loop in PHP, the idea of iteration is most likely not foreign to you. You pass an array to a for loop, and perform some logic inside the loop, but did you know that you can actually pass data structures other than arrays to a for loop? That's where Iterator comes into play. The tutorial starts by introducing some of the basic concepts of what iterators are and how they're represented in PHP in their most basic form: arrays. They cover some of the basic array handing and functions before getting into the actual Iterator object handling. The article is then broken up into a few parts covering iterators and their functionality: Your first iterator class Why iterator? SPL Iterators ArrayObject vs SPL ArrayIterator Iterating the File System Peeking ahead with CachingIterator Generator Code and a summary of the functionality is included in each section providing you with a great start towards using iterators over simple arrays in your modern PHP applications.
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Tomas Votruba has a new post to his site sharing some of the ways you can get the most out of Travis-CI, the popular build service, for your PHP applications. Travis CI is the most spread CI in checking open-source projects. Do you want to know how to use it 3x faster? How to make Travis generate code for you? And how to make your tokens safe? He breaks down his suggestions into a set of seven tips: Skip x-debug Deliver PR Checks Fast Use ENV vars Use Travis to do More Just Watching Rebuild your GitHub Pages Daily Stay Secure Make use of Composer Scripts For each item in the list he includes an example of what's required, either a change in the Travis-CI configuration, code, or in the Composer configuration.
Shopping ads are a sure attention grabber when you are browsing online. Every retailer wants its shopping ads to come up on Google, which is one of the most popular spaces online to host your products and services. The more your Shopping ads are popular, the better sales you achieve. To obtain visibility for your...
The hamburger menu looks as tasty as it sounds. It’s a design-cum-navigation element, now on almost all apps, that comprises three horizontal lines. It looks like a hamburger. Picture something like this: Bun, patty, bun. If you squint, it kind of looks like the Spotify logo: The UX designer’s hamburger menu saves time and space The post Does the Hamburger Menu Make Mincemeat of UX Design? appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
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