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For some time now, I've wanted the ability to route paths for a GitHub Pages website to its index.html for handling as a single-page app (SPA). This is table-stakes because such apps require all requests to be routed to one HTML file, unless you want to copy the same file across all of your routes every time you make a change to the project. Currently, GitHub Pages doesn't offer a route-handling solution; the Pages system is intended to be a flat, simple mechanism for serving basic project content. In case you weren't aware, GitHub does provide one morsel of customization for your project website: the ability to add a 404.html file and have it served as your custom error page. I took a first stab at an SPA hack simply by duplicating my index.html file and renaming the copy to 404.html. The post S(GH)PA: The Single-Page App Hack For GitHub Pages appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
PowerPoint presentations, love them or hate them, are an essential part of today’s corporate world. Whether for business usage or design purposes, the look-and-feel of your presentation can make tremendous amount of difference in how impressive your pitch comes across. To help out with making your next PowerPoint presentation particularly impressive, we have searched the […]
A lot of developers I speak to are interested in earning a side income. The extra cash could be a necessity, a comfort or to go on vacation. Regardless of... The post How to Make a Side Income as a Designer or Developer appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
IT security and development teams are divided over who is and who should be responsible for securing software, a new report from cybersecurity company Venafi has shown. When asked who is responsible for software security at their organisations, the sample of 1,000 DevOps and Sec professionals were equally split, with 48% saying development were and... Read more » The post Report: Sec and DevOps split on who is responsible for software security appeared first on Developer Tech News.
Getting the last character of a string with PHP is pretty simple, all you need is one line of code and your string that needs to be sliced. Let’s take...Continue Reading … The post Get Last Character of String PHP appeared first on Code Wall.
This week's Designer News (N.386) includes a Minimal CSS Tooltip Library, JS MythBusters, a Tool for Generating WordPress Code Snippets, Learn CSS Grid, a Designer's Guide to DPI, Dead Simple Techniques for Using Branding in UI and more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.386) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Earlier this year, Elastic reignited the open-source licensing debate when it announced it would be changing its license model to better protect its open-source code. Over the last couple of years, a number of companies -- including Redis Labs, MongoDB, Cockroach Labs, and Confluent -- have been switching their open-source licenses to avoid what they … continue reading The post The battle of open-source licenses appeared first on SD Times.
Customers do not trust businesses. And why would they? There are reports of new security breaches on the news almost every day. And more commonly we've all experienced the terrible disappointment of opening up an order and not getting quite what we expected. The research backs this up. According to Salesforce Research, 59% of customers...
Kinsta is one of the most interesting hosting companies currently on the market. It provides a bold and new solution for a common problem: secure and scalable WordPress hosting.... The post Review: Kinsta Managed WordPress Hosting appeared first on Onextrapixel.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Pascal Landau: Setting up PHP, PHP-FPM and NGINX for local development on Docker (for Windows 10) php[architect]: MySQL Without The SQL - Oh My! Kevin Smith: What's So Great About OOP? Symfony Blog: Creating and updating Symfony projects much faster Delicious Brains: Build A WordPress Plugin With Vue 2 Sameer Borate: Convert CSV to Excel in PHP Matthias Noback: About fixtures PHPUgly Podcast: Episode #112: Episode 1,120 TutsPlus.com: Secure, Passwordless Authentication Using Auth0 Matt Sparks: Building a PHP Framework: Part 7 - The Container Laravel News: Twine: String Manipulation, Leveled Up StarTutorial.com: Understanding Design Patterns - State Tomas Votruba: 6 Reasons Why Doctrine is Alive and Kicking Tomas Vortuba: How to Convert Latte Templates to Twig in 27 Regular Expressions Laravel News: Upcoming Laravel Events and Meet-ups happening in July
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