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With the sometimes-overwhelming number of tools, libraries and technologies out there, it's impossible to know it all. Yet it also seems like those of us in the web design industry... The post Accepting Your Limitations as a Web Designer appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
In this post to his site Matthias Noback makes the argument that, during your normal development, classes should be final by default and only changed if there's a need to extend them. I recently wrote about when to add an interface to a class. After explaining good reasons for adding an interface, I claim that if none of those reasons apply in your situation, you should just use a class and declare it "final". [...] For a couple of years now I've been using the final keyword everywhere (thanks to Marco Pivetta for <a href="https://ocramius.github.io/blog/when-to-declare-classes-final/>getting me on track!). When I see a class that's not final, it feels to me like it's a very vulnerable class. Its internals are out in the open; people can do with it what they want, not only what its creator has imagined. Still, I also remember my initial resistance to adding final to every class definition, and I often have to defend myself during workshops, so I thought it would help if I explained all about it here. He starts off by talking about the alternative - non-final classes - and some of the issues that can come with it (and class extension). He makes the suggestion that "replacing is better than overriding" and creates less complexity overall. He also answers a question about the use of the "Template Method" design pattern that would allow for improvement from base "skeleton" logic designed to be extended. He covers "composition over inheritance", the use case of extension and how "final" is a better direction.
CSS Shapes Level 1 has been available in Chrome and Safari for a number of years, however, this week it ships in a production version of Firefox with the release of Firefox 62 — along with a very nice addition to the Firefox DevTools to help us work with Shapes. In this article, I’ll take a look at some of the things you can do with CSS Shapes. Perhaps it’s time to consider adding some curves to your designs?
Most travellers make last-minute decisions, even though they spend significant time researching things to do before embarking on their trip. Finding a hotel and flight is relatively easy, but when it comes to tours and activities, the problem is that late or last-minute bookings are not always available. And if they are available, the process of making a purchase online is often hard. The mobile experience can also be limited because many websites are slow or their booking process is long and complex.The post Removing Friction In UX: Last-Minute Travel Planning And Activity Booking (A Case Study) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
That’s a heartwrenching title from Michael Williamson. I believe it though. It’s kinda like a maximized version of the blogging phenomenon where if you work on a post for weeks it’ll flop compared to a post that’s some dumb 20-minute … The post My tiny side project has had more impact than my decade in the software industry appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
To stand out in the competitive world of eCommerce, you need to try new strategies and technologies every day. For that, you need to push your products to various marketplaces through different channels for enhancing their visibility to the audience. Every store owner wants to show their products to potential customers to get more sales....
Although messengers can be considered as newcomers to the business scene, they already offer new opportunities for brands. They have a broad user base and regularly roll out new features and even apps that support doing business -- such as Whatsapp for business. It's no surprise that these newly available tools and platforms have been...
In this article, we will look at when it makes sense to migrate from a monolithic project to a headless setup and the benefits that come with it. In addition to a step-by-step guide on how to migrate WordPress to Storyblok Headless CMS, the problems that will arise during the process and how to deal with them.
Mobile development represents a huge opportunity for developers, whether they work for large enterprises, small businesses, or are just hobbyists. According to App Annie’s market forecast, consumers will likely spend $81 billion in mobile app stores this year, and that number could reach $139 billion by 2021. Learn Mobile Development and Start your Free Trial […] The post Top Android IDEs for Developers appeared first on Developer.com.
The average American spends at least five hours per day on their smartphone. So, why is it so hard to make mobile ads work? Marketers toil over clicks and conversions on highly targeted ads, but users, tired of intrusive banners, keep installing ad blockers. With $100 billion in annual mobile ad spend at stake, someone has to figure out a way to fix this disconnect. The post Reaching The Milllennials: Mobile Marketing Trends And Techniques appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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