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Hello Friends! In this blog, we are going to learn how we can make database transactions to save records in multiple tables using their model classes.For example, we have to save information of a customer in customer_personal_info, customer_wallet_transaction, customer_reward_points, customer_wallet database tables. So, we will create resource model and model classes for these tables.To insert [...]
Magento2 Dealership Extension: Store owners who only want dealers in their store will benefit greatly from the dealership management module. The store owner can use this module to prevent online customers from accessing products or any other page of the website. The customers can view the website material after registration only when the Store owner [...]
Update (19.05.2016): The bug was just fixed by Antti Koivisto and has landed in the current update of iOS (9.3.2) and Safari for OS X 9.1.1 (11601.6.17). When a user visits a site using a SVG sprite in a browser with an empty cache, the sprite is cached and will not be loaded multiple times any longer. You'll find more details here (in German), and Sven Wolfermann's results before and after the iOS update. Using external SVG sprite maps to deliver lossless scalable vector images is widely used in responsive web design today and well-supported by tools like svg4everybody. At German newspaper Zeit Online, we embraced this technique quite a lot. However, we recently changed this workflow back to completely inlining the SVG into the HTML owing to a bug in Apple's Safari browsers (mobile since iOS 9.3, in Mac OS X since Safari 9.1) - the same way GitHub is doing with its octicons.The post The Safari Problem With SVG Sprites (Now Fixed) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Static site generators are pretty en vogue nowadays. It is as if developers around the world are suddenly realizing that, for most websites, a simple build process is easy enough to render the last 20 years of content management systems useless. All right, that's a bit over the top. But for the average website without many moving parts, it's pretty close! However, does that hold true for websites bigger than your humble technology blog? How do static site generators behave when the number of pages exceeds the average portfolio website and runs up into the thousands? Or when development is a team effort? Or when people of different technical backgrounds are involved? This is the story of how we managed to bring roughly 2000 pages and 40 authors onto a technology stack made for hackers.The post Using A Static Site Generator At Scale: Lessons Learned appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Cybersecurity firm HUMAN Security has partnered with mobile advertising giant InMobi to help tackle fraudulent behaviour. Mobile is projected to account for 75 percent of global ad spend by the end of 2021--offering huge opportunities for the industry, but also making it a major target for cybercriminals. Kunal Nagpal, SVP and General Manager of the... Read more » The post HUMAN partners with InMobi to help tackle in-app ad fraud appeared first on Developer Tech News.
Freek Van der Herten has a post for the Laravel users out there showing how to use custom HTML components in your Blade views making use of this package. Today we launched our newest package called BladeX. In short this package provides you with an easy html like way to render custom html components in your Blade views. In this blogpost I'd like to introduce the package to you. He starts by describing an example application where reusable components could be helpful (things like alert messages, form components and layout parts). He then shows how to create a component for an alert message that can be used via the @component functionality in Blade as a sort of "include and use" call. He shows how to pass in variables, use slots, and prefix components. He wraps up the post going "under the hood" and showing how it works via a service provider and how they made the package (and why).
Tables are a design pattern for displaying large amounts of data in rows and columns, making them efficient for doing comparative analysis on categorical objects. Tables have been used for this purpose as early as the 2nd century and when the world started to go digital, tables came along with us. It was inevitable that the web would support the display of data in a tabular format. HTML tables present tabular data in a semantic and structurally appropriate manner.
We introduce you to the concept of Gutenberg block patterns and demonstrate how to create one of your own in WordPress. The post How to Create a Simple Gutenberg Block Pattern in WordPress appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Let's go out on a limb here and declare that web designers are generally pretty comfortable with technology. We know our way around computers, smartphones and other assorted gadgetry. Our... The post Tips for Working with Web Design Technophobes appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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