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How did we get here? In the large monolithic application development days of yesteryear, deploying an application was no trivial task. It started with a purchase order for multiple servers, followed by several days of racking, wiring, and configuring. If you were lucky, your deployment worked on the first try because all of the parties involved thought of nearly everything that could go wrong. These parameters set the stage for monoliths by requiring the fewest number of simple steps to get an application deployed. Fast forward to today--where you can provision massive amounts of infrastructure at the click of a button in the cloud--and you find yourself living in the golden age of infrastructure automation tools. This dramatic shift in infrastructure availability is one of the main catalysts for the advent of microservices.
With the world going mobile, Apps have become a major part of our life. The entire spectrum of smartphone apps has become so huge that now it includes choicest options for all the types of users, and designers are not an exception to that. Market is brimming with multifarious designer apps. However, only a few among them are fit for the purpose of providing an aid to the professional designers; listed below are the best 14 of them. 1. Adobe Illustrator Draw Illustrator Draw is not the first Adobe product to end up in such compilation lists. Adobe has always … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Twenty years ago, Elie Sloim chose to dedicate his professional life to web quality assurance. He started asking, "What does quality mean for a web user?" Well, this article explains everything he has learned along the way.
Typography doesn't exist in a vacuum, the letters often powerfully evoke specific times and places and can help us come to a clearer understanding of significant cultural changes. Tracing their unique forms can provide a picture of the historical and political chapters that collectively tell our story. Not only are there a plethora of font families but there are also the font styles within each family. So, really, the question isn't whether or not you can get a specific font - it's where to begin! Below you'll find a New Collection of High-Quality Free Fonts by which you can save … Continue reading → Visit us at InstantShift.com The post 33 Latest Highly Remarkable Free Fonts for Designers appeared first on InstantShift.
The StarTutorial.com site has posted the next in their "Understanding Design Patterns" series of tutorials today. In this latest post they cover the Factory design pattern. [The Factory design pattern provides] an interface for creating families of related or dependent objects without specifying their concrete classes. They use the same fictional business as in the previous articles to put the pattern in a more "real world" situation. The goal is to create several "toy factories" that can build "toy" objects based on certain requirements: either cars or helicopters. The post starts with the creation of an abstract factory class and shows the concrete implementations of one for each type of toy. These concrete classes include basic properties about the toy and functionality to build out the basics (ex: a car has four wheels, a helicopter has rotors).
Do you know that the user only takes 0.05 seconds to make an opinion about a web page once it is loaded? So this is the shortest time for you to impress your prospective client or customer. The biggest thing is how to do that. Well, if you really want to be at the top positions then you should follow what the leaders are doing. If you want that your purpose of website building is shorted out then you should ensure that the user stays at your web page for the longer time. This would be possible if your website … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
This story started with me wanting to write a steganography tool. Steganography is the process of hiding information inside a file, typically an image.
Advocacy is a common way for nonprofits to show their stance on relevant public issues in order to advance their mission, increase their fundraising, and deepen relationships with supporters. Nonprofits generally conduct advocacy campaigns through strategic outreach initiatives, hosting events, sharing petitions, and mobilizing supporters to raise awareness with phone calls, texts, and online messages....
The body text on your website is too small. While desktop monitors and phone screens seem to be increasing in size, body font sizes have seemingly shrunk. While their original size is the same, they feel smaller than ever. Too often, I find myself squinting at the screen to read content. And it shouldn't be […]
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