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On his Medium.com site, Adnan Ahmed has shared some of his thoughts about being a modern backend developer in 2018. In it he talks about the current state of backend development and makes some recommendations for those wanting to get started. Web development today is completely different from what it was a few years ago; there are lots of different things that can easily baffle anyone entering into the web development. It was one of the reasons that we decided to make these step by step visual guides demonstrating the bigger picture and to give anyone a clear idea about what they have to follow to be in certain roles in web development. The post starts with a large infographic showing the basic steps and some of the related technologies and concepts to go with them. Following this they break it down into more detail in a text form with summaries attached for each. There are a lot of topics in the list (24 of them) but here's some of the highlights: Learn a Language Learn a Package Manager Standards and Best Practices Security ?Learn about the Relational [and NoSQL] Databases Learning a Framework Caching RESTful APIs Different Auth Methods GraphQL [and Graph Databases] His final recommendation is one that's good for beginners and veterans in the software development world alike: "keep exploring". If you stop learning and stop trying new things you'll stagnate in your own work and career. Challenge yourself to learn something new - a new language, tool or technique - as often as possible and apply it to your work.
Access All Areas members are being treated to a hugely popular design resource product this week courtesy of True Grit Texture Supply. The Vector Savior pack is a collection of distressed vector halftone patterns for Adobe Illustrator, comprising of various sized halftone dots; halftone lines in horizontal, vertical and diagonal angles; and distressed texture patterns. […] The post Distressed Vector Halftone Patterns for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
With us all suddenly working from home in the COVID era, most of us have had to make some quick choices from a huge variety of video conferencing and collaboration tools. But do all of these apps work well for everyone? If you have a co-worker or a student with a disability, would they be able to participate as well? If you've had a disability yourself — or if you work in government or higher education — you've probably faced this question already.
On the Laravel News site today there's a tutorial posted introducing you to TOML configuration, a new configuration file structure that's designed to be easy for humans to read and highly flexible (all while staying relatively simple). TOML is a configuration file format language that is intended to be minimal and easy to read. TOML stands for "Tom's Obvious, Minimal Language," which refers to the creator Tom Preston-Werner. [...] TOML aims to be a minimal configuration file format that's easy to read due to obvious semantics. TOML is designed to map unambiguously to a hash table. TOML should be easy to parse into data structures in a wide variety of languages. In order to work with it in PHP (since there is no native support) they show you how to install the yosymfony/toml package. The tutorial then walks you through an example TOML configuration file and what the result of using the package to parse it looks like. It then takes it a step further an converts one of the database configuration files for a Laravel application to the TOML format. It also shows the reverse - using the package to create a TOML file and the resulting output.
How can you convince your clients to make a faster (and easier) buy-in? With the help of a guided design exercise, Kelly Schummer explains how the *Design Shopping* workflow can help guide you throughout the design phases.
Watch these 22 inspirational videos for designers and receive an instant creativity rush! These great videos will teach you some very interesting facts, in a friendly but professional manner. Learn in a fun way about CSS-based animation, skeuomorphism in design, art studios, crafts, Photoshop animation techniques, interactive designs, useful tools and apps, powerful ads and […] The post 22 Inspirational Videos for Designers appeared first on Line25.
The Laravel Factory Helper package by Marcel Pociot helps you generate Laravel test factories from your existing models. The post Laravel Factory Helper Command appeared first on Laravel News. Join the Laravel Newsletter to get La...
Every video starts with an intro scene but not all video intros look great. However, you'll never have to worry about it when using professional Premiere Pro intro templates to create your opening scenes. The intro is arguably the most important part of a video. It's what captivates the viewer and keeps them watching for […]
When it comes to designer portfolios, bigger is not necessarily better. While it's tempting to list each and every project you've ever done, it may actually be counterproductive. That is,... The post The 5 Types of Projects NOT to Include in Your Portfolio appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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