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On the Sticher.io site there's a new tutorial posted where Brendt shares some thoughts about domain driven design and splitting codebases to make them more maintainable and logically separated. In this post we'll look at a different approach of structuring large code bases into separate domains. The name "domain" is derived from the popular paradigm DDD, or also: domain driven design. While many concepts in this post are inspired by DDD principles, they will not follow every rule set by the paradigm. In our context, "domain" can also be named "module". A "domain" simply refers to a category of related stuff, that's it. The post then starts with a definition of what a "domain" is and how it relates to functionality in an application (a Laravel app in this case). He gives an example of restructuring the code into "domains" of functionality rather than thinking about their types (enums, rules, etc). He provides a new proposed directory structure for these domains including folders for Actions, Exceptions, Rules, Status and ValueObjects. He then walks through several of these categories and gives a bit more detail about what's inside and some of the functionality those files might contain.
Over 2 billion people use Facebook and 1.5 billion checks in with their feed every day. So, if you're looking for a big pool of potential customers, this global social media powerhouse has you covered. Not only is Facebook one of the top online sales channels, but success on social media also feeds online success...
This is the story about my user design internship. I'm not saying that your internship is going to be anything like mine. In fact, if there's one thing I can say to shape your expectations, it would be this: be ready to put them all aside. Above all else, remember to give yourself space and time to learn. I share my story as a reminder of how much I struggled and how well everything went despite my difficulties so that I'll never stop trying and you won't either.
Be it a fashion blog, a travel journal, a lifestyle blog, a photography portfolio or anything else, these 40 WordPress themes for photo galleries will surely be a good fit for your visual-focused online project. These great themes have a strong accent on images, but without neglecting typography, readability and user-friendliness. These themes are a […] The post 40 WordPress Themes for Photo Galleries appeared first on Line25.
The concept behind the design of most multipurpose WordPress themes is simple. It's the ability to produce a template that can create different kinds of websites. These websites usually suit any type of company, brand, agency, or cause. A multipurpose website would, therefore, have all the necessary features. There is an argument against multipurpose themes. […] The post 15 Best Multipurpose WordPress Themes to Use This Year appeared first on Line25.
Radixians indulge in a distressing yoga session right at their desks to celebrate International Yoga Day.
For many people, the web is an essential part of their daily lives. They use it at work, home, and even on the road. Web accessibility means people with disabilities can use the web equally. So it's crucial for developers and organizations building on the web to build inclusivity and accessibility into their applications. In order to make the web more accessible, there are a couple of best practices and standards that you will have to implement in your applications, such as adhering to the following:
Mistakes. These cruel villains do not even stop at the beautiful world of software development. But although we cannot avoid making mistakes, we can learn to undo them! This post will show the right tools for your daily work with Git.
Sometimes, it just seems like your website clients are becoming more demanding. Sometimes they also appear to be more critical of your work, with each passing year. It’s not that... The post Three Ways to Keep Your Web Design Clients Happy Next Year appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
User experience design (UI design) quite simply stands for what it is – the whole experience of the user. It is a collection of interactions between the user and the company, its services, and products. In comparison, UX design measures or identifies the pain points of the user and uses this information to build a […] The post UI vs UX Design: Side-by-Side Comparison appeared first on Line25.
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