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Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Stefan Koopmanschap: To Exception or not to Exception SitePoint PHP Blog: Getting to Know and Love Xdebug Nikita Popov: PHP 7 Virtual Machine Zend Framework Blog: Manage your application with zend-config-aggregator NetTuts.com: How to Create a Laravel Helper QaFoo Blog: How You Can Successfully Ship New Code in a Legacy Codebase SitePoint PHP Blog: Building a Social Network with Laravel and Stream? Easy! Laravel News: Learn How to Send an Email on Error Exceptions Zend Framework Blog: Caching middleware with Expressive PHPUgly Podcast: Episode 56 - Johnny Apple Seed(er) Fabien Potencier: Symfony 4: Contributing Recipes Laravel News: An Introduction to Laravel Authorization Gates Sound of Symfony Podcast: Episode 17 - Symfony 4 TutsPlus.com: Building Your Startup With PHP: Bootstrap Your Home Page Adam Culp: Easy Docker dev environments for PHP with CloudEstuary Laravel News: Manage your Laravel Forge Sites and Servers through Alfred
In this blog series, I'm describing how InnoDB locks data (tables and rows) in order to provide illusion to clients that their queries are executed one after another, and how this was improved in recent releases. As we’ve already seen, the order in which server pretends transactions are happening (the serialization order) is tied to the order in which locks are granted to transactions.…
How impactful is a well-designed brand for growing your business? It can be the difference between connecting with your audience and getting lost in the massive amount of noise in the world. Every year, the internet gets more and more crowded. In 2020, we'll produce roughly 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day. Much of...
Need video? From moving images for your own website, to b-roll for clients, having a solid place to find quality stock videos is a must. Today, we're going to help you "stock" your toolkit with ten places to find amazing, free stock video for a variety of projects. We are giving you basic information about […]
Prototyping is the cornerstone of the design process. Rapid prototyping accelerates the prototype phase so UX teams can push final designs to engineering teams faster. The post Rapid Prototyping Process and Fidelity: A 10-Minute Guide for UI and UX Designers appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
No matter what type of video projects you’re working on, one thing is certain: you need to continually hone your skills if you want to stay on top of current... The post The 10 Best Newsletters for Videographers appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Recently I was reading an article that covered the question, “ultra-wide monitor vs 4k Monitors: which is right for you?” Those kinds of questions assume you can’t have a 21:9... The post My New Year Resolution Is 3840×1600 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Everyone working as a designer or author or in any other creative job knows it: the fear of the blank page or the blank screen – the creative block. There are moments where simply nothing comes to mind when trying to come up with a convincing logo or a captivating text. If creativity is your job, you can’t afford to have a lot of these moments. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to help ignite your creativity. Move to Spark Your Creativity: Escape the Everyday Routine It’s a good idea to take a step back from the daily routine when trying to come up with an idea. The least ideas are created sitting at your desk. A stroll, sports or simply walking your dog can get your creative juices to flow. Even though the beginning of an idea isn’t more than a blank page sometimes, creativity never comes out of the blue. Most of the time, associations and thoughts are what make us create something new. This works better when leaving behind all the things you are used to and know well for a short period. A stroll is not always enough, however. That’s why there is a multitude of […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesIncrease Your Productivity: How to Write FasterLinks of the Week 05/2015: Japanese in Chocolate, 5 Tips for Best…Instant Inspiration: Niice.co, a Brand-new Search Engine for DesignersBreak Free From SEO: Integrating the News_Keywords Meta Tag into…Tips for Designing Small Websites Faster and Cheaper without…Information Overload: A Great Infographic Is Worth a Thousand Words
How much does design affect the perception of our products and the users who interact with them? To me, it's getting clearer that design makes all the difference and that unifying designs to a standard model like the Google Material Design Kit doesn't work well. By using it, you'll get a decent design that works from a technical perspective, of course. But you won't create a unique experience with it, an experience that lasts or that reaches people on a personal level.
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