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Access All Areas members have a useful collection of Lightroom Presets to download this week, courtesy of Hydrozi. These Film Emulation presets are inspired by classic film stocks such as Kodak, Fujifilm and Agfa. They are designed to give your digital images an authentic colour film look. Apply the effect with a single click, then […] The post Film Emulation Lightroom Presets for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
In a post to his site Tomas Votruba shows you how to test the PSR-12 standard on your current codebase using some custom PHP-CS-Fixer rules. The PSR-12 standard is a recommendation from the PHP-FIG group about consistency in coding styles and formatting. It expands and replaces the previous PSR-2 standard. The standard is still behind the door, but feedback, before it gets accepted, is very important. After accepting it will be written down and it will be difficult to change anything. Try PSR-12 today and see, how it works for your code. Korvin Szanto, a developer working on the PHP-CS-Fixer project, has put together a commit with the rules to update and enforce the PSR-12 coding standard. The post shows how to install these rules and how to change up your YAML configuration to include them. He also includes a discussion about agreeing/disagreeing with the coding standard idea and gives examples of two rules he personally doesn't agree with.
Frontend and design are remarkably complex these days. That's why we invite kind, smart folks from the community to run [online workshops](https://smashingconf.com/online-workshops/) for all of us to learn together. And we have new ones coming up, and we'd like to kindly welcome you to join in.
I was first introduced to Salesforce during a Gartner Enterprise Architecture summit back in 2008. Full transparency here: the primary reason I attended the presentation was the promise of a cool-looking force.com t-shirt that awaited each of us at the end. The apparel item did not disappoint, as I have a few historical vacation photos which include me wearing that very item. Here is one of my favorites back in 2010 with my son, Eric:
A popular library that was deliberately corrupted by its own developer has been relaunched as a community-driven project. Last week, Developer reported that users of open-source projects depending on the 'colors' and 'faker' libraries by Marak Squires were confronted with their applications indefinitely printing gibberish messages on their console--rendering them useless. Squires corrupted his own... Read more » The post Library deliberately corrupted by its developer relaunches as community project appeared first on Developer Tech News.
An experimental typography animation based on a kinetic type design by Domagoj Strok where words get duplicated several times. The post Repetitive Typography Animation appeared first on Codrops.
When presenting your design work through a computer screen, you just don't get the full tactile experience as you do when holding a physical product in your hand. Mockup Templates help bridge the gap by simulating how your designs would look in the real world, which helps put your work in context. This new Mammoth […] The post Get 99% Off this Mockup Template Toolkit and Make Your Work Unforgettable appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
It's that time of year when Spoon Graphics gets a little older, with 2019 marking 12 years of tutorial creating, freebie sharing and article writing on what started as a blog that was attached to my portfolio website in 2007. Every April I take some time to reflect on the past 12 months and talk […] The post Spoon Graphics Turns 12 Years Old -- What Does the Future Hold? appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
At the beginning of 2020, the SmashingConf team was ready for a new year. We had so many things that excited us. New speakers, new workshops, new cities, new attendees, new experiences. And as we all know, 2020 had other ideas. With so many people working from home, we thought we would bring our [Smashing workshops](https://smashingconf.com/online-workshops/) from our home offices to yours — but how?
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