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It's not exactly a new subject, but lately I've had reason to revisit the skill of content modeling in my team's work. Our experience has reached a point where the limitations of how we practice are starting to become clear. Our most common issue is that people tend to tie themselves and their mental models to a chosen platform and its conventions. Instead of teaching people how to model content, we end up teaching them how to model content in Drupal, or how to model content in WordPress. But I'd prefer that we approach it from a focus on the best interests of users, regardless of which platform said content will end up in.The post Content Modeling With Jekyll appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Hello Friends! In this blog, we will learn how we can connect with the IMAP protocol using Zend_Mail_Protocol_Imap in Magento 2. What is IMAP? Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) is a communication standard to access email stored on the server. It is a protocol that deals with managing and retrieving email messages from the server. [...]
If you are anything like me, design goodies can make your day. And free design goodies can have me doing a little dance around the office for a minute before getting back to work. Freepik is one of those tools that might get you on your feet. Their website is packed with highly usable design […]
Our daily routine can be quite challenging at times. The more roadblocks we experience in fulfilling the demands of our workplace, the more we look forward to a seamless holiday experience to break out from our everyday tasks. This wonderful hotel and spa icon set can help you to design a visually delightful holiday experience for the customers of your tourism clients. Designed by the team behind IconCrafts, this icon set consists of 55 carefully crafted vector icons. All icons are available as 48px, 64px and 128px PNG (+ @2x versions + sprites), as well as SVG files. The icons come in five styles different styles.The post Freebie: Hotel And Spa Icon Set (55 Icons PNG, SVG) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
We want to hear from you! Our Call for Speakers is open through January 4th. This year we are focused on three dedicated tracks: Tech Leadership, PHP Development, and Web Technology. Also by demand, we are bringing back our workshop day & training classes the 2 days before the event. We off...
Software Developer is one of the fastest-growing professions. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), this occupation is expected to grow by 21 percent between 2018 and 2028, which is much higher than the average job. The reason for this is simple – every industry is in need of software solutions and people who...
In March I wrote The Perl debugger can be your superpower, introducing the step debugger as a better way to debug your Perl code rather than littering your source with temporary print statements or logging. I use the debugger all the time, and I've realized that some more techniques are worth covering. Although I mentioned a caveat when debugging web applications, our apps at work all adhere to the Perl Web Server Gateway Interface (PSGI) specification and thus we can use tools like Test::WWW::Mechanize::PSGI or Plack::Test to run tests and debugging sessions in the same Perl process. (Mojolicious users can use something like Test::Mojo for the same effect.)
Data visualization became ingrained in the life of almost every web designer and developer. If charting, mapping and dashboarding happen to have never been your pain in the neck yet, just wait a little bit as you are likely to join the club shortly. Earlier, we featured tools to help you easily create beautiful charts...
This week's Designer News - No 611 - includes Welcome to the W3C Design System, CSS Container Query Units, Doodle Ipsum, Free Koloicons Collection, iPod.js, Basic SVG Pattern Repository, iPhone 13 Mockup, Tove WordPress Theme and lots more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 611 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
In TypeScript, we sometimes need to enforce that an object has required properties, even if the original type defined some of them as optional. For that, TypeScript has a utility type called Required. Let's look at how it works. TypeScript Required Utility Type By default, if we define a new type in TypeScript, all fields within that type are automatically required:
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