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After weeks of dealing with leaks of its upcoming operating system, Microsoft officially announced Windows 11 at an online event this morning. With Windows 11, Microsoft set out to create a more personal user experience, with new ways to be productive and connect with people. The upgrade will start being available for eligible Windows 10 … continue reading The post Windows 11 makes PC experience more personal appeared first on SD Times.
In a new post to his site Matthias Noback makes an interesting suggestion about working with objects in PHP: that they should all be made in one, and only one, place. Consider the following rule: "When you create an object, it should be complete, consistent and valid in one go." It is derived from the more general principle that it should not be possible for an object to exist in an inconsistent state. I think this is a very important rule, one that will gradually lead everyone from the swamps of those dreaded "anemic" domain models. However, the question still remains: what does all of this mean? He shares an example of an object (GeoLocation) that can be created with only the latitude value but points out that this leaves it in an invalid state. He updates this example to show a more complete implementation, one that prevents an object with partial setup from happening. He then talks about the aggregation of child entities and a "paper" metaphor. This metaphor - imagining a "paper purchase order" - helps him wrap his head around the structure of the objects and how they interact.
What are the software quality KPIs that you need to know, to evaluate the quality of a software development process? How does it help us...Read More The post Software Quality KPIs: A Complete Guide appeared first on ISHIR | Software Development India.
Adobe has recently announced the release of major updates to three of its apps: Animate CC, Muse CC and Bridge CC. All of these applications have been overhauled and are now ready for download. Adobe Animate CC is, basically, a revamped version of Flash Professional (Adobe had announced the renaming of Flash Pro as Animate CC back in late 2015). Animate CC comes with a long list of features and updates, such as better support for HTML5 Canvas documents, new vector art brushes and tools as well as SVG support, and support for TypeKit and Creative Cloud libraries. Adobe Muse CC too has got a major update, and now it supports responsive layouts straight out of the box. You can create responsive design layouts for your site without having to deal with any code whatsoever. Plus, you can make use of Creative Cloud Libraries, and make use of assets in your projects within Muse. Lastly, Adobe has announced the release of Adobe Bridge CC 6.2 which comes with many new features such as automated cache management and on-demand thumbnail generation. Earlier, when working on Mac OS, Bridge CC did not recognize iOS devices such as iPhones, nor did it work […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesLifelong Learning: Certified Online Tutorials by Adobe Experts Train…Deal of the Week: Adobe Training – Lifelong Learning for a…Deal of the Week: A Lifetime of Adobe TrainingAdobe Portfolio: New Website Builder for CreativesAdobe’s Snap.svg: Animations With HTML 5, Without FlashA Life Without Adobe: Possible, but Pointless (IMHO)
The ability to create your own fonts is something that is highly valued in the graphic design industry. Over the last few years, the importance of font design has grown multifold. People want more customization and personalization in their designs, and fonts go a long way in providing that feeling. We see big corporations getting […] The post 12 Tutorials to Learn Font Design in Illustrator first appeared on Line25.
I’ve seen these fun pop art style magazine cover doodles springing up in many of the design inspiration galleries lately, but I never realised they’re all the works of two talented ladies! Ana Strumpf is a Designer, Illustrator and Vogue Columnist from Brazil who is famous for her Re.Cover art series. Hattie Stewart is a […] The post Fun Magazine Cover Doodle Art by Ana Strumpf & Hattie Stewart appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Fonts come in all shapes and sizes, but when it comes to poster design, there are certain types of fonts that can help you make bold statements and attract attention. In this post, we feature some of the best fonts for posters you can use to create the perfect poster design. It's quite difficult to […]
Good quality creative textures can make an excellent background as they act as the primary foundation or help any other object to achieve its perfect look. Textures can be related to any theme and nature, so to narrow down the discussion, we have listed 23 fantastic industrial textures that you should have in your collection. […] The post 23 Industrial Textures for Designers first appeared on Line25.
The unique style of artwork from the far east has inspired creatives around the world. One of the popular figures from Chinese mythology that has become a symbol of the culture is the Chinese Dragon. Unlike the winged reptilian dragon creatures from Western mythology, the East Asian dragons have more of an animal-like appearance with […] The post 30 Legendary Chinese Dragon Illustrations and Paintings appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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