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Good quality creative textures can make an excellent background as they act as the primary foundation or help any other object to achieve its perfect look. Textures can be related to any theme and nature, so to narrow down the discussion, we have listed 23 fantastic industrial textures that you should have in your collection. […] The post 23 Industrial Textures for Designers first appeared on Line25.
In Episode 22 Eric, John, and Oscar talk about the July 2019 issue and this yearA?AEURA(TM)s php[world]. Topics JohnA?AEURA(TM)s talks at php[world] in the fall and a few tips for preparing and rehearsing new talks. Getting started with Elasticsearch and working with specialized search solutions. Defensi...
Michael Dryrynda has a post to his site sharing a method for using Laravel Telescope in specific environments. Telescope provides enhanced debugging functionality to Laravel applications for introspection into data about requests, jobs, queues and more. Whilst its primary purpose is as a debugging tool in development, it is also a powerful asset in debugging your production environment. In order to get Telescope, however, I ran in to some stumbling points in my CI environment in GitLab. To work around this, I set out to conditionally load Telescope. I stumbled upon this comment from Mohamed Said, which suggested loading the TelescopeServiceProvider in one of your application's service providers, but doing so was not enough. He goes on to talk about the package auto-discover functionality Telescope uses to load its provider and how this, along with the dont-discover configuration option in Composer's extra section can be used to control its loading. He also includes the code needed to register the provider classes but only in the environments other than "build" and "testing".
Responsive web design requires a very different way of thinking about layout that is both challenging and exciting. The art of layout was already complex enough for the centuries that it was defined by fixed elements, now things are becoming exponentially more complicated as layouts become increasingly adaptive. To help reprogram your brain to consider […]
Introduction Let's imagine that we are facing a legacy e-commerce system that is too coupled in a synchronous way to a high number of external components. Due to this high coupling degree, our system can face multiple issues like: hard to be scaled when needed low performance under high load unavailability produced by the unavailability of an external service hard to be maintained due to coordinated deployments One concrete example is displaying the page for a product to an authenticated user. The following diagram shows how the requests are being performed in this case.
Creating a coherent user-friendly website navigation structure just got a lot easier. We've tried one version of the mega menu after another. We have also tried complex schemes that only made navigation more complex. It took a responsive design to get us back on the right track. We wanted to help visitors navigate through websites […] The post 5 Website Navigation Best Practices All Designers Should Follow appeared first on Line25.
Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman have made a big name for themselves in the world of design through their creative side projects and now they're sharing their secrets so you can do the same. Read More
The new Node.js/React solution Matterwiki refurbishes the genre of Wiki software. It’s pretty, it’s easy to use, and it’s modern. On top of that, Matterwiki is open source, so it’s free, too. A dream come [...]
In the world of serverless applications, Webiny is becoming a popular way to adopt the serverless approach of building applications by providing handy tools that developers can build their apps upon. In this article, we will look into what Webiny is and try out the headless CMS as a data source for a Gatsby blog application.
For those professionals looking to share not only their projects but to connect with other creatives, learn from them, and even find employment in the creative field, a new option entering the English market is Domestika. With its expansive forums and thousands of projects being shared by creatives from all over the world, Domestika is an amazing resource to explore. One of their biggest features is their online courses to help you learn new skills and with that in mind, we wanted to shine a spotlight on the 10 Best English Courses on Domestika so you can jump right in and get started! So, if you're ready, let's get started! Bundle 3 Courses & Save 30% (Ends May 6) Domestika are offering a further 30% off if you bundle 3 courses. >> Click here to start bundling. Top 10 Best English Courses on Domestika Logo Design: From Concept to Presentation with Sagi Haviv – $19 Transforming your creative ideas into personal projects – $15 Creativity Face to Face: A Playful Collage Journey – $12 Digital Painting for Characters: Color and Light – $14 Creation of an Original Logo from Scratch – $14 The Art of Record Covers: Illustration Meets […]
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