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Sketch is a unique app that offers amazing features and functionality for creating app UI designs and mockups. Creating an effective UI for an application requires time, detailed attention, and most importantly an idea to get started with! In order to streamline the design process for creating your next app interface, we have collected the best […]
The Exakat service has posted their latest "PHP Index of Coding" for August 2018. In this index, they share statistics from the projects the service has analyzed and some trends based on the results. Every month, Exakat runs thousands of analysis on half a million lines of PHP code. This is primarily for testing purpose, a kind of torture test that checks the engine run on any kind of code. And it is very useful to ensure all situations are correctly handled. We also extracted the following stats out of 1700+ projects, analysis by analysis. This way, any issue may be ranked from 'wide spread' to 'very unusual'. In fact, 'wide spread' may also be understood as : 'almost a feature'. May be we can suggest a few of them to wiki.php.net. They include both the latest results and how they compare from the previous entries from May 2018. Analysis points include things like: Used Once Variables (In Scope) PHP Keywords As Names Property Used In One Method Only Unitialized Properties Should Make Ternary Use Named Boolean In Argument Definition Assigned Twice Locally Unused Property ...and many more. Some of the changes from May are pretty dramatic but others have stayed about the same. Check out the full post for the overview and links to more information about each of the checks.
Do you have a rulebook when it comes to website design? There are some rules that apply to pretty much every web design project--let’s call them the “web design commandments”. No matter how large or small the website, these rules are the foundation for good design. If you follow along with these basic guidelines, and […]
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Symfony Blog: SymfonyLive London 2018 is announced! Matt Sparks: Building a PHP Framework Series (Parts 1-4) Laravel News: Developing Laravel Packages with Local Composer Dependencies Exakat Blog: Weird operators in PHP Tomas Vortuba: How to Test Private Services in Symfony Paul Jones: Atlas 3.x ("Cassini") and PHPStorm Completion Zend Framework Blog: Zend Framework/Homestead Integration Laravel News: Introducing View Components in Laravel, an alternative to View Composers Jordi Boggiano: PHP Versions Stats - 2018.1 Edition StarTutorial.com: Understanding Design Patterns - Template Method PHPUgly Podcast: Episode #105 - Exposed Source Tomas Votruba: How to Load --config With Services in Symfony Console Joe Ferguson: Getting Lucky With Crystal in Homestead Junior Grossi: Querying and Eager Loading complex relations in Laravel
Google Slides is a great web-based, free platform for creating presentations (and collaborating as you do so). There are plenty of pre-made default templates available, but they can only so so far -- many are quite simple, and lack polished aesthetics. If you’re wanting to take your Google Slides presentation to the next level, today’s […]
The Three Devs & A Maybe podcast, hosted by Michael Budd, Fraser Hart, Lewis Cains and Edd Mann, has posted their latest episode: The Power of Composition. In this episode they're joined by guest Scott Wlaschin, a senior software architect and developer with over twenty years of experience. In this weeks episode we are lucky to have Scott Wlaschin back on the show. We start of discussion by highlighting his most recent talk on composition and some useful analogies to Lego, Brio and Unix. From here we move on to investigate function and type composition, the difference between a paradigm shift compared to simply a syntax one and the advantages of an opinionated language. This leads us on to mention how within application design pushing the side-effects to the edge and keeping the core domain pure is beneficial. Finally, we touch upon testing in functional languages, experiences whilst consulting and Rich Hickey's 'Effective Programs' talk. You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 directly for listening at your leisure. If you enjoy the show, be sure to subscribe to their podcast and follow them on Twitter to get updates on when the latest shows are released.
In this new post to the Pehapkari.cz site they take a look at the PHP user groups all around the world and share some interesting statistics. In April 2018 I started a side project to list meetups in Europe near Prague. PHP meetups are so much fun and I didn't find any single-page with a map that would list them. In the start, this site had a small table, with 10 meetups a month, very modern black/white Times New Roman design and advanced human-manual updating. Since then I got feedback from dozens friends and users with this WTFs and ideas - they helped me to add feature now and then, polish a design with emoji and Bootstrap, automate everything and even crawl over 150 urls. I bought friendsofphp.org domain and the project became a standalone single page. Based on the results shared in the post, there's over 1000 PHP-specific meetups all around the world! It also highlights the most active region (most meetups for the area): the area around Belgium. There's also a list of several cool features of the friendsofphp.orgsite and a more technical description of how the site works and gathers its data.
Your agency isn’t worth what you think it is. In my work helping digital agency owners achieve freedom in their business in life at UGURUS, I often tell my backstory... The post You Want to Sell Your Agency, Take Stock of Your Assets appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
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