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I spend a lot of time in DevTools, and in doing so, I've come to learn about some of the more 'hidden' features in DevTools and would love to share some of them with you in this article — specifically around accessibility. This article uses Google Chrome since it's a browser I use and feel comfortable with. That being said, Firefox, Safari, and Edge have all made great strides in their developer tools, and they definitely have some great accessibility-related features of their own.
Humans make mistakes, a lot of mistakes. Thus, designs of all kinds have to expect mistakes and react with forgiveness. No matter how hard you try, you won’t always be able to prevent people from making mistakes when using your designs. Let me prove this with an example. There’s No Cure for Stupidity? A while...
When going to any site, the user does not start by reading the content, he evaluates it visually by means of scanning. To create a positive first impression, consider every little thing that can affect it. All of the most visible elements should create the correct impression of the entire company/store. To do this, you...
Voice interfaces and user experiences are a trending topic in the world of website design because user behavior is demanding it. Just think of how often you ask Alexa, Google, or Siri for help on any given day. Think about the push for more accessibly designed websites that work more effectively with devices such as […]
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As more and more people use the Internet today, data is something that will expand even more. How we visualize and present information is a crucial element to a great UX. Infographics and other instruments are great at displaying data in a fun yet educative way. They give the topic a new perspective. Its influence […] The post Inspiring data visualization websites that will make your jaw drop first appeared on Line25.
Python Distilled by David M. Beazley is a pragmatic book that presents some of the most important topics about the Python programming language in a concise form, designed to make it easier to find out the most relevant information bits in a context where resources abound and frequently are just too overwhelming. Book Structure and Contents The book is organized into 10 chapters. It starts off with the basics, such as variables, data types, operators, expressions, control flow, and looping. Compared to other books I have read recently, it uses a smaller font size, which is quite readable to me, but it may be less comfortable for some readers. On the other hand, it contributes to making it a lighter and less thick book, compared with other programming manuals. The book uses no syntax highlighting, but code samples are short enough that actually this does not become a problem at all.
Latest PECL Releases:sdl 2.2.2 - Fix undefined symbol (sdl_window_to_zval) Tidy up GL context creation mongodb 1.6.0RC1 ** Bug * [PHPC-1419] - Error label from server error is not exposed in ServerException * [PHPC-1432] - Fix documentation for Session::startTransaction() options parameter * [PHPC-1435] - Fix Session::startTransaction() arginfo ** Epic [PHPC-1235] - PHPC MongoDB 4.2 Support ** New Feature [PHPC-1254] - Implement ObjectID spec [PHPC-1288] - Implement Unified URI Options [PHPC-1290] - Support mongos pinning for sharded transactions ** Task [PHPC-1428] - Bump libmongoc to 1.15.1 ** Improvement [PHPC-1346] - Do not allow empty string for username [PHPC-1431] - Session::startTransaction() should accept null for options swoole 4.4.5 Enhancement --- + Better Reactor (@matyhtf) + Better AIO (@twose) + Better Redis (3608f4c2) (@twose) + Handle Empty upload files (#2779) (@sshymko) + Add File uploads array parser (#2773) (@sshymko) + Support PURGE (#2754) (#2764) (@sshymko) + Allow HTTP methods like GETX POSTX PUTX etc (#2772) (@doubaokun) + Reduce the default max_wait_time to 3 (ed5c838) (@twose) Fixed Fixed AIO memory error (@twose) Fixed compilation without zlib (f5a03366) (@twose) Fixed timeout param of stream (c8275989) (@twose) Fixed missing http headers (#2789) (@doubaokun) Fixed client type (#2771) (@doubaokun) sdl 2.2.0 - Add support for window events. (Benoit Viguier) - Add support for the SDL_RenderCopyEx, SDL_RenderDrawLine and SDL_RenderDrawRect functions. (Benoit Viguier) - Fix memory leak in the SDL_RenderCopy function. (Benoit Viguier)
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