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If you're anything like me, you've forgotten your password more than once, especially on sites you haven't visited in a while. You've probably also seen, and/or been mortified by, reset password emails that contain your password in plain text. Unfortunately, the reset password workflow gets short shrift and limited attention during application development. This not only can lead to a frustrating user experience, but can also leave your application with gaping security holes.
Are you looking for a way to design stunning retro text effects without having to spend hours in Photoshop? Then you'll love our collection of retro text effect templates and styles that you can use to cut your design work in half. Whether you're working on a retro-style title for a website header, designing a […]
We all have fears and doubts. It's not different for you than for me. Over the last weeks, "well-known" people on Twitter started to share mistakes they made in life or their careers. I think it's very helpful to read that we all make mistakes. We all have to learn and improve, and people who are on a stage at an event for the 100th time are still known to be extremely nervous. Let's realign our views, our expectations and, instead of being afraid of making mistakes, try to improve our knowledge and let others learn from the things that didn't go as expected.The post Web Development Reading List #180: DNS Over HTTPS, HAProxy Performance, And Decentralized AI appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Every designer wants their designs to stand out and look different. Yet they keep using the same fonts in their projects. The only way to create unique designs is to think outside the box and leverage new trends. So what if you used a 3D font in your next design project? 3D fonts aren't new […]
On the Pineco.de blog there's a tutorial posted introducing regular expressions and providing some examples and links to external resources/tools to help put them to use in your code. Using Regular Expressions is not easy. Mostly we have the feeling we need to learn a new language on the top of those we already know. But, the power and the flexibility that RegEx provides, make it worthy to learn. Take a look at some useful patterns, tools, and sources! The examples they provide show the matching all the words and matching all the content between specified tags. They end the post linking to several helpful tools including the Laracasts regular expression video and the regexr.com testing tool.
After weeks of dealing with leaks of its upcoming operating system, Microsoft officially announced Windows 11 at an online event this morning. With Windows 11, Microsoft set out to create a more personal user experience, with new ways to be productive and connect with people. The upgrade will start being available for eligible Windows 10 … continue reading The post Windows 11 makes PC experience more personal appeared first on SD Times.
Project Muze, the new fashion experiment created in a cooperation between the companies Zalando and Google is well worth seeing. It might not do justice to the Zalando slogan “cry for joy”. But I cried nonetheless. Can the Machine Inspire Your Clothing Style? Project Muze may be great when looking at it from an academic level. Here, Google tries to display an example of applied machine learning. The project is supposed to be some type of muse for your clothing inspirations. Sounds interesting, eh? This sure is a rather unconventional way to get to one’s own clothing design. All the algorithm asks of you is to answer a couple of questions that only deal with clothing in a peripheral way. The gender question seems feasible, although the answer won’t necessarily be evident when looking at the result. At this point in the process, I didn’t know that. In the further progress of the “design process”, I need to classify my mood, name my taste in music, as well as enter my favorite type of art. In the end, Google believes that it has gathered enough information to be able to give me a personalized clothing suggestion. This is the result: […]
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.
One important tool for every human, and especially for web workers, is the calendar. A majority of the daily organization is done on them – and not just on a single device such as the [...]
An annual survey of more than 80,000 developers published this week by Stack Overflow suggests there's a lot of willingness among developers to adopt new tools and platforms. For example, React.js (41%) has surpassed jQuery (34%) as the most widely used web framework, but Svelte has emerged as the most loved. Both React.js and Svelte […] The post Stack Overflow Survey Surfaces Shifts in Developer Preferences appeared first on Developer.com.
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