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The team at Google recently announced the availability of the Firebase extension for Google Pay. Firebase extensions are open-source pre-packaged bundles of code that developers can build into their applications. The extension is intended to increase productivity as well as provide extended functionality to apps. With this extension installed, users can pass a payment token … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Google adds Firebase extension for Google Pay; Facebook develops self-supervised algorithm; AppFire acquires Numbered Headings appeared first on SD Times.
Every once in a while you encounter a CSS annoyance that takes some cleverness to discover. One such case rears its ugly head in unwanted and unexpected scrollbars. When I see unwanted scrollbars, I usually open developer tools, click the element inspector, and hover around until I find the villainous HTML element. As a visual […] The post Detect CSS Overflow Elements appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
Icons might be one of the most important - and underrated - examples of design in your portfolio. Here's a look at icon design with some inspiring examples. Icon elements are shown almost everywhere, but sometimes get produced as an afterthought. That shouldn't be the case. Great icon design can be distinctive and add finesse […]
In Symfony 4.3 we improved the Workflow component with lots of major and minor features. This blog post summarizes the most important ones. Added a context to Workflow::apply()A,A? Contributed by GrA?A(C)goire Pineau ...
It feels like a new low-code, no-code application emerges every month. Organizations use no-code, low-code builders rather than allocating valuable resources to develop a simple app or API. These platforms also offer solopreneurs and cash-strapped startups an opportunity to validate an idea or build a minimum viable product (MVP) to pitch for investment. As a The post UXPin Merge vs. No-Code Website Builders appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
Sketch is a unique app that offers amazing features and functionality for creating app UI designs and mockups. Creating an effective UI for an application requires time, detailed attention, and--most importantly--an idea to get started with! In order to streamline the design process for creating your next app interface, we’ve collected the best Sketch UI templates […]
While printing to paper perpetually seems to be "going the way of the Dodo," the need to print something on an actual piece of paper nonetheless has a way of showing up when we least expect (or desire) to see it. Naturally, no one who encounters this need on a mobile device really wants to […] The post CUPS and Raspberry Pi AirPrinting appeared first on Developer.com.
The latest edition of the OWASP Top 10 showed that all of the highest-priority vulnerabilities since 2017 have shifted and new ones have been introduced. Broken Access Control has dethroned Injection as the top vulnerability, whereas it previously held fifth place. The 34 Common Weakness Enumerations (CWEs) mapped to Broken Access Control had more occurrences … continue reading The post Broken Access Control is now the highest vulnerability in OWASP Top 10 2021 appeared first on SD Times.
Some freelancers tend to effortlessly attract clients and business opportunities. They don’t have to push sales, clients seem to call incessantly and they hardly have any time to fit all... The post What Stage is Your Freelance Career at? appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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