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In a post to his site Matthias Noback looks at an interesting idea when it comes to the structure of your code: the idea of negative architecture and making assumptions. In "Negative Architecture", Michael Feathers speaks about certain aspects of software architecture leading to some kind of negative architecture. Feathers mentions the IO Monad from Haskell (functional programming) as an example, but there are parallel examples in object-oriented programming. For example, by using layers and the dependency inversion principle you can "guarantee" that a certain class, in a certain layer (e.g. domain, application) won't do any IO - no talking to a database, no HTTP requests to some remote service, etc. [...] A negative architecture is what's "between the lines". You can look at all the code and describe a positive architecture for it, but given certain architecture or design rules, there's also the background; things we can be sure will never happen. He goes on to give a few examples of "negative architecture": "An object does nothing meaningful in its constructor" "An object doesn't also fetch dependencies statically if it also gets any number of dependencies injected" "If a class is not marked final, it has at least one subclass" "If a property is not marked "private", it's used by at least one subclass" "An abstract class won't use methods that aren't part of its published interface" "If an object has one public method, it won't have any public static methods" For each item in the list there's a summary (and sometimes code) included to help clarify the point.
Designing a t-shirt that people will actually wear can be a design challenge of epic proportions. Let’s take a look at some tips for creating a t-shirt that won’t just get left in a drawer! You have to create something that people connect with and want to wear. You have to deal with issues such […]
A successful project is a combination of good design, killer content and a little bit of luck. Too often a design is derailed by simple UX mistakes that ruin the content and muddle the intended actions of the interface. Users can easily lose track of why they are there, and what they are supposed to […]
This week's Designer News (N.451) includes Building Battleship in CSS, Getting Started with React, Designing For Micro-Moments, Cool Fonts vs. Best Fonts, a Free Photoshop Shortcuts And Commands Poster, Add Some Sprinkles and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 451 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Are you in the market for a new laptop that suits your needs as a developer? We'll reveal what characteristics to look for, as well as which laptops best fit the bill. What to Look For in a Development Laptop There are several types of machines that will suffice for developing software. But to get […] The post Best Laptops for Developers in 2021 appeared first on Developer.com.
Creating a website is no easy task, the appearance of a website plays a very important role in its success. Before anything else, the design is what gets noticed by the audience and you have less than 5 seconds to impress the user from clicking away. When designing a website,
A new video every day, or seven new videos every Monday, that’s what the operators of Coverr promise to provide. Since they have already added over 320 videos to their supply, there’s no reason to doubt this pledge. As the name says, the videos work best when used as covers, so-called hero videos, for a website’s background. Veed.me and CodersClan Create the Video Platform Coverr Coverr is operated by the teams of Veed.me and CodersClan. Veed.me is a platform in which customers get to search and book videographers for their needs. Veed.me lives off of a 15 percent share that the filmmaker pays. The platform is free for the customer. The prices are not getting dumped, and the platform doesn’t pretend to be a cheap supplier. To me, that makes it likable already. I have similar feelings towards the CodersClan. They are a community of professional developers that don’t accept everyone. They are proud to say that they only take six of 100 applications. This serves the protection of quality and is bound to please the customer. With this preselection, I would not have any worries when asking for a commission. Coverr: Finding and Downloading Videos Without Any Detours The […]
The whole world is passionate about productivity. All of us are looking for tricks to get work done effortlessly. You must be a busy person! In spite of having the ability to get dozens of mobile apps, you merely wish to install the best one. The issue is you aren't confident which one is the...
This week's Designer News (N.340) includes Off-Canvas Menu, CSS Minifier, Edit PSDs Online, Chart Libraries, Cross Browser CSS, Free SSL, and more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.340) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Blackletter is a popular typeface that's commonly used in vintage and grunge style designs. It's now also being used in all sorts of modern designs from website design to logo designs, tattoos, and more. As you probably know, Blackletter is a script that dates back to early 12th century. It was commonly used in Western […]
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