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The tremendous thing about the design community is that we all love to share. We really do. Whether we share our thoughts and ideas via an in-depth article or by... The post 50 Free Resources for Web Designers from January 2016 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Are you looking to increase traffic to your e-commerce site? Hoping to drive sales for your digital marketplace? Search engine optimization (more commonly referred to
Kylie Jenner founded Kylie Cosmetics in 2014 with nothing more than a Shopify store, a lean team consisting of seven members, and a superstar content marketing team. With this small but solid structure, she grew her business into a $900 Million worth brand (As estimated by Forbes). Guess what marketing channel she used to do...
If you've opened up an eCommerce store on Shopify recently, you're probably aware that competition is stiff. The platform is supporting at least 600,000 businesses across the world so there's a good chance you'll find someone already doing what you want to do there. Don't worry though, there are a number of ways you can...
@gonedark Show Notes Laravel Shift BaseCode Audio This episode is sponsored by Uncle Cal's Career Advice for Developers The post Interview with Jason McCreary appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
There is nothing like being on a farm. With our list of the best farmhouse style fonts, you can be down on the farm with any of your projects in no time.
In this collection, we're bringing you some of the best free poster mockup templates for showcasing your designs like a pro. Usually, we recommend using premium mockup templates when presenting your design projects to clients. But there are times when you're out of budget or simply want to show off a design on social media […]
This week's Designer News (N.370) includes an Explanation of Caching, a Mockup Generator a Resource for Great Stock Photography, Interesting CSS Properties and more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.370) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Matt Glaman has a tutorial posted to his site sharing some of his experiences in using PhpStorm and its auto-testing feature when working with his codebase following a test-driven development approach. When I work, I try to follow the principles of Test-Driven Development. I have found it to aid me in writing cleaner code, identifying odd coupling of components or crazy accidental dependencies between components. It also lets me write my API first by using mocks against interfaces I have defined. [...] One of the key aspects of TDD to is to write your test and assert expectations, and then write code. That means you will be running your tests -- a lot. That means having to manually run your tests for each code change (as you should) will kill your velocity. That's where PhpStorm's auto-test functionality comes in. He includes a bit more detail about the feature including a screenshot) and a screencast video of it in action.
To me, this article is the most exciting one of each month. I love free WordPress plugins, as they allow me to extend my CMS of choice with useful features almost infinitely. You won’t feel differently either, thus, let’s not lose any time. We’ll take a dive into the almost infinite plugin index, and find the ten most exciting, most interesting, new, and free WordPress plugins for you. 10 Free WordPress Plugins (April 2016) 1 – Webinfos Webinfos is especially attractive for plugin or theme developers. It creates an own dashboard widget which can display fully customizable messages on the user dashboard. HTML can be used for its creation. You can also implement videos, logos, and other file types within the widget. Developer: ymjid Work in progress: yes Latest version from: 04.18.2016 Costs: free via WordPress.org License: GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Known Compatibility Issues: unknown Developer Homepage: unknown Download on WordPress.org 2 – Hosted Content Importer The Hosted Content Importer allows you to display externally hosted content on your blog. Furthermore, certain parts of the external content on your website can be altered by other users without them needing access to your blog. The external content is easily integrated via shortcode. Developer: […]
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