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It's that time of year when Spoon Graphics gets a little older, with 2019 marking 12 years of tutorial creating, freebie sharing and article writing on what started as a blog that was attached to my portfolio website in 2007. Every April I take some time to reflect on the past 12 months and talk […] The post Spoon Graphics Turns 12 Years Old -- What Does the Future Hold? appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Frames are one of the creative elements that have the power to make any design look better. The way a frame brings more focus to your content is what makes them more effective. We're not just talking about the wooden frames you use for portrait photos, frames are effective for digital designs as well. You […]
In a new post to his site, Tomas Votruba has a post sharing his thoughts about why you should combine Symfony Console and dependency injection and how it can help tp resolve issues with the overuse of static methods and functions. I saw 2 links to SymfonyConsole in today's Week of Symfony (what a time reference, huh?). There are plenty of such posts out there, even in Pehapkari community blog: Best Practice for Symfony Console in Nette or Symfony Console from the Scratch. But nobody seems to write about the greatest bottleneck of Console applications - static cancer. Why is that? He starts with some examples of the current status in PHP console applications including PHP_CodeSniffer, PHP CS Fixer and PHPStan. Each of these load commands to add functionality to the application which, as the application grows and changes, could be difficult to maintain in the future. Instead he recommends making use of dependency injection. He then talks about how containers are already a part of the console applications mentioned and finishes up focusing on the combination of the SymfonyConsole and SymfonyDependencyInjection components.
This week's Designer News (N.373) includes Pure CSS Grid Overlays, a Script to Make Your Page Dance, Free Emoji, 2017 Design Trends, a CSS 3D Solar System and more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.373) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The team at Mozilla recently announced the release of the latest Common Voice dataset. Common Voice is an initiative put in place in order to help teach machines how real people speak, and this newest dataset achieved a major milestone: more than 20,000 hours of open-source speech data that anyone, anywhere can use. With this, … continue reading The post SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Common Voice appeared first on SD Times.
PHP Internals News: Episode 18: Strict Operator Directive London, UK Thursday, July 11th 2019, 09:18 BST In this seventeenth episode of "PHP Internals News" I talk with Arnold Daniels (Twitter, Website, GitHub) about his Strict Operator Dir...
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Trends are an integral part of web design. It might seem that your corporate website has nothing to do with the zippy extravaganzas and the ever-changing mood of the... The post 5 Web Design Trends You Need to Know About in 2020 appeared first on Onextrapixel.
Mobile web has strongly influenced our habits of when, how, and where we use the world wide web. The way of how we navigate through websites has changed the most. A few years ago, the mouse had the main responsibility for the navigation, and now, tablets and smartphones are controlled via simple taps and gestures. Thus, contemporary websites should definitely consider taps and gestures when it comes to user interfaces and mobile navigation. The Hover Problem Navigation on a smartphone or tablet works fine without paying close attention to taps and gestures. Links are opened via tap instead of a click, and scrolling is done by swiping. However, when it comes to hover effects, which are quite popular in web design, mobile devices will already give you trouble. That’s because a hover effect, using the CSS pseudo class “: hover”, for example, just doesn’t exist on mobile devises, and thus, it won’t be triggered when calling up links via tap. So, when equipping links with hover effects, the link target and the hover effect are processed at the same time on mobile devices. At best, the visitor will see the hover effect for a short period of time, until the […]
Some things never go out of style. In the world of photography, flat lay design comes to mind. There is so much room for creativity and innovation that this particular style of photography will remain trendy for years to come. Although flat lay design is still popular, not everyone knows the fine details that make […] The post 10 Tips on Mastering the Art of Flat-lay Design appeared first on Line25.
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