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I've been a web developer for 15 years, but I'd never looked into accessibility. I didn't know enough people with (serious) disabilities to properly understand the need for accessible applications and no customer has ever required me to know what ARIA is. But I got involved with accessibility anyway - and that's the story I'd like to share with you today. At the Fronteers Conference in October 2014 I saw Heydon Pickering give a talk called "Getting nowhere with CSS best practices". Among other things, he made a case for using WAI-ARIA attributes like aria-disabled="true" instead of classes like .is-disabled to express application state. It struck me then and there that I was missing out on a few well-prepared standards, simply because ARIA belongs to that accessibility space that I had no idea of. The post Making Accessibility Simpler, With Ally.js appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
This week's Designer News - No 524 - includes Tiny Helpers for Your Projects, BEM Methodology In CSS: A Quick Start Guide, The Role of Animation and Motion in UX, a Design System Checklist, Motion App for Creating Animated Icons, Magical Rainbow Gradients with CSS Houdini and React Hooks and much, much more! The post Weekly News for Designers No 524 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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.
Technology and innovations have transformed various organizations and manufacturers. The need for IoT healthcare has all been exacerbated by an aging population, costly medical facilities, and inadequate healthcare facilities. Inexpensive and progressive health care isn’t a fuzzy fantasy but a truth for the future. The IoT offers a chance to change this industry radically. Patients...
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This article is aimed at beginner developers who want to learn about authentication in Vue. In order to be able to follow along, you'll need to have a good knowledge of Vue and Vuex.
Software engineering is more than just writing code and deploying it as software solutions. Lots of activities help ensure that users get the best software solutions.... The post Deployment Diagrams Explained in Detail, With Examples appeared first on Plutora.
On the TutsPlus.com site they've posted a new tutorial for those needing to manipulate images in their PHP applications. In this new tutorial they walk you through the basics of using the GD image processing functionality that's included in every PHP release. The internet would be pretty dull without images. However, maintaining and manipulating hundreds or thousands of images for your web site can be a headache. As your site design changes, you might need to modify all your images--for example, you might need to convert all your images to grayscale or resize them to 50% of their original size. You might also want to compress or crop different images. Doing this manually is time-consuming and error-prone, but with a little programming knowledge it can be automated. In this tutorial, you will learn about the GD (Graphic Draw) library in PHP. You'll see how this library can be used to manipulate images by resizing, cropping, rotating or filtering them. The post starts with a bit of background on GD and how to set it up on Windows versus Unix-based environments. They then get into some of the functionality that comes with GD including: getting data about the image flipping and rotating applying filters (ex: brightness, contrast) The post also includes two "real world" examples of GD in use: resizing an entire directory of images and applying grayscale/contrast filters to images.
Designing a brochure can be a rewarding project. There’s nothing like creating something that you can hold, touch, and read. Plus, the design is more than just an arrangement of parts--it includes texture and feel in a way that digital projects can’t convey. Designing the perfect brochure can be intimidating. In addition to all the […]
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