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Low-code solutions have proven their value in the industry. Many companies are seeing increased time to production and lower development costs, but relying on these low-code solutions may mean sacrificing quality due to a lack of testing. "My belief is that the developer side testing, the quality assurance team type testing that is traditionally done … continue reading The post Low code cuts down on dev time, increases testing headaches appeared first on SD Times.
This week Access All Areas members have a great new font to add to their collection thanks to Nathan Brown from Trailhead Design Co. The self-titled Trailhead font is influenced by Nathan’s love of the North West, inspired by annual trips and the lure of the mountains, streams and rivers, and national parks that have […] The post Trailhead - "A Font for The West" for Access All Areas Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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Are you looking for inspiration to design a unique logo for a new brand or a business? Then you've come to the right place. In this post, we're featuring some of the best free logo templates you can use with your personal and commercial projects. Logo design is one of the biggest industries in graphic […]
Creating the perfect brochure design can be a challenging task, even for a professional designer. Especially when you're using it to showcase an entire business or product with just a few pages. These InDesign brochure templates can help save the day. With our handpicked collection of the best InDesign brochure templates, you'll be able to […]
On his blog Marc Baker about static calls and the trouble they bring in your applications. It's a continuation of ideas that Kore Nordmann shared previously on his site. It's been seven years since Kore Nordmann first published "static considered harmful" on his blog, explaining the problems with using static method calls in classes, and the difficulties that they cause when trying to test that class. Seven years on, and those difficulties are still the same, and there is still new code being written using static calls despite that knowledge; but it's often a more severe problem in legacy code with little or no unit tests.a So why exactly are static calls so bad? If you've read Kore's article, then you probably have a good idea already; but what that article doesn't cover is approaches that we can use to make the code testable. He covers the main issue static methods have when it comes to testing: they introduce coupling by hard-coding a dependency into your code. He talks about the static testing functionality that various PHP testing tools provided: PHPUnit, Phake and Mockery. He then focuses on a newer tool that he's discovered to help make the testing simpler: AspectMock. He gives an example of it in use and some examples of tests using anonymous classes to make it easier to create tests on the fly.
On Friday, January 2007 the world shrank into our palms as three revolutionary products — the iPod, a phone, and a breakthrough internet communicator — were unified to create the smartphones we know and love today. The first iPhone introduced in 2007 marked the fall of Qwerty keypad and stylus. (Large preview) iPhone was built to be comfortably used for one-handed operation, allowing for a smoother thumb movement across the screen.
Web components are an amazing new feature of the web, allowing developers to define their own custom HTML elements. When combined with a style guide, web components can create a component API, which allows developers to stop copying and pasting code snippets and instead just use a DOM element. By using the shadow DOM, we can encapsulate the web component and not have to worry about specificity wars with any other style sheet on the page. However, web components and style guides currently seem to be at odds with each other.The post Styling Web Components Using A Shared Style Sheet appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
For creating successful websites, you should consider beginning the website design process with planning the user flow maps. It’s imperative that you create various scenarios of what your users might do and where they will navigate when they enter your website. A detailed analysis will help you know exactly how to position your content in […] The post Creating User Flow Maps – 20 Excellent Examples appeared first on Line25.
On the Build Your SaaS podcast Justin Jackson sits down with Taylor to talk about how Laravel got started and how it went from a side project into a full-time affair. Visit Laravel News for the full post. The post Podcast: The Lar...
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