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php[architect] magazine has released their latest issue for November 2018: Generics and Project Success. In this issue they feature articles like: "The Case for Generics in PHP" by Chris Holland "Maintaining Laravel Applications" by Jason McCreary "Getting Started With Php? Let's Start the Right Way!" by Junior Grossi "How to Knock Down Any Project in Ten Steps" by Pawe? Lewtak The usual columns are all returning including Joe Ferguson continuing his series on creating packages, Eric Mann covering five security risks to look for in a code review, and James Titcumb with some resources you can use to continue "leveling up" in your development career. If you want to "try before you buy", they're also offering a free article, "The Case for Generics in PHP" by Chris Holland. You can pick up a copy of your own directly from the php[architect] site or subscribe to their print or PDF versions!
For designers, it can sometimes feel like we're simply guessing as to what elements a user will like and interact with. Figuring out what users are looking to accomplish and... The post FullStory Click Maps Show Exactly How Users Interact with Your Website appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Today we bring you a collection of professional and creative free brochure templates you can download and use at zero cost! For this free Word brochure templates collection, we handpicked all kinds of templates with tri-fold and bi-fold designs you can use to make printable brochures for various purposes. Whether you're looking to make a […]
Spring is coming! With March just around the corner, nature is slowly but surely awakening from its winter sleep. And, well, even if spring seems far away in your part of the world, this month's wallpaper selection is bound to at least get your ideas springing. Just like every month since more than nine years already, artists and designers from across the globe got out their favorite tools and designed unique wallpapers to cater for some fresh inspiration on your desktop and mobile screens.
Online presence can either make or break a company. Therefore, it’s imperative that, regardless of the type of business, you devote a lot of time, energy and creative power in coming up with a one-of-a-kind design that will impress and that will have a lasting impact on the site visitors. There’s nothing worse than a boring website, […] The post 45 Corporate Designs That Are Definitely NOT Boring appeared first on Line25.
In this day and age, tote bags are becoming increasingly popular as they work to replace the disposable plastic bags that once lined the checkouts of stores and market stalls. Not only is using a tote bag a great way to do your part in saving the planet, but it's also a brilliant way of […]
A blog is a great way to connect with customers and build loyalty. But the truth is, most company blogs could use some help with their user experience. Maintaining a blog is more than just uploading a bunch of content and calling it a day. There are certain features every blog needs in order to...
WordPress is very popular when it comes to pre-designed themes with professional layouts, created by experienced designers. Starting a website from an existing template can save you a lot of time and money. Here you have 20 monochrome WordPress themes with stylish designs that can be easily customized to fit your every need. These are […] The post 20 Monochrome WordPress Themes appeared first on Line25.
I've seen a lot of confusion online regarding Web development with Flutter and, often, it's sadly for the wrong reasons. Specifically, people sometimes confuse it with the older Web-based mobile (and desktop) cross-platform frameworks, which basically were just Web pages running within browsers running within a wrapper app. That was truly cross-platform in the sense that the interfaces were the same anyway because you only had access to the interfaces normally accessible on the Web.
This week's Designer News (N.461) includes Concise Media Queries with CSS Grid, Sign Up vs. Signup, Designing Accessible Content, Headless WordPress, Simplify Styling with Functional CSS, The Twenty Nineteen Theme, Free Latu Admin Dashboard and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 461 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
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