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On the Laravel News site there's a new post sharing some of the changes to the "resources" directory that are coming in Laravel v5.7. Taylor Otwell announced that in Laravel 5.7 the resources directory will be flattened instead of having an assets folder. The post includes "before" and "after" examples of the directory structure change and shares some Laravel Mix configuration changes that can be used to move the assets pre-release of v5.7.
Let's take a look at the latest web design trend of using "cards". What are cards on the web? How are they used best? What are their advantages and best practices? Read More
Your resume design says a lot about you. It communicates things to a potential employer simply from the design alone. As a designer, this can be especially true, because your resume design can show your style, understanding of design elements and theory, and even if you may be a fit with a company visually. That's […]
Custom spinners are a fun way to breathe life into your pages. You can find plenty of custom sites offering free spinners as GIFs. But what if you want to... The post 10 Free CSS Loading Spinner Snippets For Web Designers & Developers appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Facebook announced a new method of detecting and attributing deepfakes that relies on reverse-engineering from a single AI-generated image to the generative model used to produce it. The technology was developed in tandem with Michigan State University (MSU). The company used reverse engineering to approach the problem of deepfakes by uncovering unique patterns behind an … continue reading The post Facebook researchers develop new method for detecting deepfakes appeared first on SD Times.
This week's Designer News (N.403) includes a Sass Toolkit for Creating CSS Frameworks, Visual Inspector for Chrome, A Tool That Turns Code into PNGs, AtF Spark Font, The Scoop on iPhone X (including free mockups), Vue.js vs jQuery and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 403 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
In late 2019, Google launched the Privacy Sandbox initiative, an effort to develop web technologies that would better emphasize internet privacy while still allowing entrepreneurs to successfully monetize digital assets. Today, Google added a new proposal to this initiative that would establish a new workflow for serving relevant ads while also offering the general public more anonymity and control over what data is shared from general browsing.
If you have yet to design a sports website, there are some things worth knowing that will make your work easier. And increase the quality and value of your deliverable.... The post How to Design a Cool Sports-Related Website appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
I once saw a guy speaking about multi threaded programming, and he asked his audience how many of the people amongst had audience had created multiple threads, at which point half the room lifted their arms. Then he asked how many had used dozens of threads running simultaneously, at which point 25% of the room kept their arms up. When he reached the question "how many have created millions of concurrently executed threads" the speaker was the only person left with his arm raised. The reasons for this of course, is because the idea of creating millions of concurrently executed background threads is simply ridiculous to even imagine. However with Hyperlambda, at least in theory, this is actually quite easily achieved. To understand how this is possible, realise that multi threading is just a state machine, allowing you to perform context switches, at the CPU level, with an interrupt scheduling work for each individual thread.
The concept of remote work has been there for quite some time now. Many organizations extended this facility to their employees who either had to travel a lot for business or if they were located in some faraway regions. Earlier the ability to work remotely was considered a sort of luxury and was available only...
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