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iOS is full of cool crystalline glass effects. This effect has long been easy to do when you have easy access to graphic shaders since these can do most of the heavy lifting in terms of calculating what is underneath the layer, and blurring it into the foreground. However, for a long time, it hasn't been possible in CSS... until now. In more recent specifications of CSS, we have finally gotten backdrop-filter. Mostly meant for modals, it also has applications on stylized dropdowns which are common across the web.
Typewriter fonts are timeless, as they instantly evoke vintage vibes and make your design unique. Typewriters themselves are nothing but a vintage decor item, but the fonts live on. Still, luckily we have got a beautiful font style out of it, and now it is considered as one of the distinct font styles with a […] The post 22 Creative Typewriter Fonts For Your Collection first appeared on Line25.
WooCommerce Learning Management System: The upsurge in digitization has bought a drastic change even in traditional educational practices. The times when everything was executed without the internet, especially education has dissipated and has gone online. As a result, LMS or Learning Management System has come into existence which brings the trainers and learners together to [...]
For various reasons, many people are still using Vue 2 and have some doubts about migrating to Vue 3. Others are only thinking of trying Vue for the first time, and they don't know which version to start with. In this article, we'll try to explain how to start using VueJS 3 and the Composition API. Another question that often raises concerns is whether you should use TypeScript at the same time. Or will it make it harder to master Vue 3?
Does it ever seem like certain website color schemes just get all the attention? As with every other aspect of web design, there are color schemes that tend to trend more than others. Bright colors, stark palettes, and even some mismatching schemes are elements of color that are trending. Here's a look at some of […]
What piques your interest in a movie? What makes a movie great? Your answer might depend on what you actually look for in a movie. It could be its cinematography, soundtracks, actors, directing, theme, storytelling or an idiosyncrasy that you can't characterize. True movie lovers probably would agree that a great movie should embody more...
Latest PECL Releases:ds 1.2.9 Fix segfault when iterating an implicit instance of Stack, Queue or PriorityQueue. datadog_trace 0.23.0 **NOTE: We changed the way the service name can be configured. Now you must use `DD_SERVICE_NAME` instead of `DD_TRACE_APP_NAME` for consistency with other tracers. Usage of `DD_TRACE_APP_NAME` is now deprecated and will be removed in a future release.** Added Support for Lumen 5.2+ #416 Tracing support from the CLI SAPI #422 Support for Laravel Artisan #422 Changed Now the way to configure service name is through DD_SERVICE_NAME instead of DD_TRACE_APP_NAME #432 parallel 0.9.0 - Channels: bi-directional communication between tasks and runtimes - Improvements to copying making it vastly more efficient - Improvements to runtime stack, making it more efficient - Tasks may use lexical scope - Events - an experimental, quite primitive event loop for reading/writing sets of channels and futures - Support for rethrowing exceptions uncaught in tasks - Simplified Runtime constructor - Remove Future::select (in favour of the superior events interface) - Task cancellation - Closure support - Drop support for PHP 7.1 datadog_trace 0.22.0 ### Added - Official support for PHP 7.3 #429 - Tracer limited mode where spans are not created to preserve resources #417 Fixed Error when a subclassed integration returns an object that cannot be cast as a string #423
Learn what NOT to do when it comes to developing your brand. Listen in as we discuss with brand strategist, Jacquelin Lieberman, the most common mistakes brands make as they grow & market their brand. This is a juicy episode, where we discuss the brand purpose, core values, uncovering brand truths, brand management, creating value and so much more. If you want to learn how to create an enduring brand that matters, this episode is for you! Jacquelin Lieberman is the founder of the brand strategy consultancy, BrandCrudo. She's honed her no-B.S.-approach to marketing strategy over the years guided by one belief - when you make brands more human, you connect them to more people. Throughout her career, she has developed a narrative-based approach to traditional strategic planning to uncover the brand truth that resonates with audiences. She has worked with many brands, most notably for many of Unilever's iconic brands, Beech-Nut, General Mills, and most recently with Happy Family Brands and fintech disrupter, the Alternative Investment Exchange. Jacqueline applies both art and science to understanding human insight and interpreting findings in order to unearth the real reason people should care about your brand. For Jacqueline, it's all about finding a brand's raw truth and making it matter.
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