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The CSS Paint API (part of the magical Houdini family) opens the door to an exciting new world of design in CSS. Using the Paint API, we can create custom shapes, intricate patterns, and beautiful animations -- all with a … The post Conjuring Generative Blobs With The CSS Paint API appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
The robotic process automation (RPA) market is white hot. Driven in part by the global pandemic, which pressured companies to digitally transform the way they work and do business, RPA has rapidly become the fastest growing enterprise technology for industrial and manufacturing operations. Projected RPA sales for 2021 are on track to exceed 2020's $1.5 … continue reading The post Guest View: The time has come for RPA standards appeared first on SD Times.
The Delicious Brains blog has kicked off a new series of posts walking you through the deployment of a WordPress site with automated (and repeatable) deployments. Welcome to the first post in a workflow series on deploying WordPress. In this series, we're going to look at how you can set up automated deployments for your WordPress site in a range of different ways. They start off by answering the question of "why" for automated deployments. They make the point that automated deployments can help reduce the potential for human error, increase the reliability of the deployments and have many more benefits. Next they start in on the preparation work, helping you get several prerequisites set up before getting to the deployment process: Setting up the site on an accessible Git repository and having plugins/dependencies managed by Composer Deploying configuration files Disable FTP Access & File Editing Disable Auto Updates The post also includes a section covering the deployment of the database for your application and any other media you might have related to it (images, files, etc).
This is a brief history of UI development within the broader topic of software development and reflects my personal journey to build a chessvariant application for fun. The UI matters a lot because it dominates the code in most professional/commercial applications. Typically, the code that controls how you interact with your application takes up most … continue reading The post Why low code/no code is on the rise appeared first on SD Times.
As your team grows there has to be a better way of managing passwords and user accounts. It's called Teamstack, a simple and convenient identity management solution for businesses of any size. Teamstack is a cloud identity and access management platform that provides your workforce with secure, convenient access. It works with 500+ applications, greatly […]
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Error handling is one of those parts of software development that don't quite get the amount of attention it really deserves. However, building robust applications requires dealing with errors properly. You can get by in NodeJS without properly handling errors but due to the asynchronous nature of NodeJS, improper handling or errors can cause you pain soon enough — especially when debugging applications. Before we proceed, I would like to point out the type of errors we'll be discussing how to utilize error classes.
Every week I learn so many new things about front-end development. By building various kinds of projects, by talking to other developers, by reading new articles. Of course, it can be overwhelming, but to me this is the best part of the job. By sharing and talking to other people, my job gets more interesting. For example, this week I learned how to build malicious links with target="_blank", I learned how CSRF works, and how important it is that an icon clearly indicates what it is thought for — the latter after I implemented the icons and only found some of them helpful as I saw the fallback/title text for them. Always stay curious.The post Web Development Reading List #129: CSRF, Modern Tooling And The UX Of Web Fonts appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Are you struggling to find that particular typeface that matches your creative vision? Then you’ve come to right place! We do know how difficult and time-consuming it can be to... The post The 100 Best Free Fonts for Designers appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Every great brand becomes successful with the help of one essential thing--a website. It's one of the elements that drive growth and sales. It can serve as an online store where people can browse through your products and services without stepping out of the doorstep. As you extend your availability online, where almost everyone is […] The post 7 Marketing Tips To Give Your Website A Boost first appeared on Line25.
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