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Polish FinTech is one of the most rapidly growing sectors in Central and Eastern Europe. Find out why Poland is considered to be one of the major FinTech development hubs in Europe and why to outsource FinTech development to Poland. The post Why Develop Your FinTech Solution in Poland appeared first on SCAND.
CSS Speedrun * Designing a modern UI theme with Open Props * Essence * Simple.css The post Collective #695 appeared first on Codrops.
A few months ago, Jason Grigsby's post about autocompletion in forms made the rounds. I loved the idea of allowing users to fill in their credit card details by taking a picture of their card. What I didn't love was learning all of the possible values for autofill by heart. I'm getting lazy in my old age. Lately, I've gotten spoiled from using an editor that does intelligent autocompletion for me, something that in the past only massive complex IDEs offered. Opening my editor of choice, I created an input element and added an autocomplete attribute, only to find that the code completion offered me the state of on or off. Disappointing.The post I Contributed To An Open-Source Editor, And So Can You appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
A visual design that attracts attention, the ability to keep the client hooked through to the end, and a clutter-free layout are the key elements of a successful proposal brochure. Great proposal brochures also feature stunning covers, easy-to-read paragraph formatting, and lots of images to win over the clients and investors with your proposal. We've […]
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Migrating a standalone WordPress site to a site network (or “multisite”) environment is a tedious and tricky endeavor, the opposite is also true. The WordPress Importer works reasonably well for smaller, simpler sites, but leaves room for improvement. It exports content, but not site configuration data such as Widget and Customizer configurations, plugins, and site settings. The Importer also struggles to handle a large amount of content. In this article, you'll learn how to streamline this type of migration by using MU-Migration, a WP-CLI plugin.
In a new post to his site Junior Grossi covers two main methods for testing event handling in Laravel-based applications: either solitary or sociable. Testing with Laravel is very easy, but it can be a nightmare when the tests depend on Events and Listeners. In this post I'm gonna show you how you can simplify and improve those tests. [...] When testing events in Laravel, you can fake() events in a very simple way, like the documentation says. The problem is not with the events, but with the listeners, because usually a listener does a single action, but with more than one listener you start writing repeatable tests. He starts by looking at some of the background behind the ideas of "solitary" and "sociable" as it relates to events. He then gets into the code, providing some examples of event tests (and how it could evolve into larger, unwieldy tests). He provides some recommendations on refactoring tests to help get around these issues. As a bonus at the end of the post he shows how to create sociable tests, complete with example code.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Jen Segers: Goodbye controllers, hello request handlers Gonzalo Ayuso: PHP application in SAP Cloud Platform. With PostgreSQL, Redis and Cloud Foundry Jeff Madsen: PhpStorm: Tasks & Contexts with Your Git Branches Twilio Blog: Laravel and Twilio: Group Video Chat SitePoint PHP Blog: Let's Compare: RunCloud vs Forge vs ServerPilot Laravel News: Laracon EU 2017 Talk Videos are now on Youtube Symfony Blog: Symfony 3.4 and 4.0 are about to enter into their "feature freeze" period php[architect] Podcast: Episode 2: Embracing Change Ibrahim Gunduz: Sending Logs From Symfony Applications To GrayLog Through RabbitMQ PHP.net: PHP 7.1.10 Release Announcement Freek Van der Herten: A trait to dynamically add methods to a class Sergey Zhuk: Understanding ReactPHP Event Loop Ticks PHP.net: PHP 7.2.0 Release Candidate 3 Released Laravel News: Testing Laravel Middleware with HTTP Tests Laravel News: Measure Anything in Laravel with StatsD Pineco.de: Implementing Laravel's Authorization on the Front-End Laravel News Podcast: Episode 46 - Laravel 5.5 releases, dynamic templates, and community surveys
As technology advances, cross-platform and native app development domains evolve to come up with more robust and feature-rich app solutions for modern businesses. As per the Statista prediction, mobile apps will generate more than 935 billion USD in the year 2023. Globally, enterprises tend to build dedicated apps for improving customer services, simplifying complexities, increasing productivity, and bringing automation into processes. However, as an entrepreneur, you may find it challenging to opt for cross-platform or native app development. Therefore, we are going to dig deep into the pros and cons of both these types. But before moving ahead, let's go through some interesting facts.
Recently, a new service for free grocery images named Foodshot has launched. The array of photos is still rather negligible; the quality is already high. Let’s take a closer look, shall we? Many Photo Platforms, Few Food Images This undoubtedly took a while. When I created a platform for free grocery pictures in 2008 as a reaction to the wave of problems a popular cookbook website caused, I didn’t set a trend with that. And even when a growing amount of providers brought free images to the web, there were no dedicated food photo providers among them. Now, finally, there’s Foodshot, a website with Tumblr looks in the style of Unsplash. The site collects high-quality photos, with the only thing they have in common being them displaying victuals. Foodshot: Free Images Under Creative Commons Zero All photos are distributed under the license Creative Commons Zero, which is about the same as Public Domain. The result is that the pictures can be used for any legal purpose, and in any way without restrictions. It doesn’t even require you to name the photographer or provide a backlink. Foodshot is rather basic at the moment. There is no classification system. Neither categories, nor […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesPublic Domain Archive: High-Res Photos for FreeTotally Free: Unsplash.com delivers Hi-Resolution Photos To Your InboxMore than 700 Free Stock Photos for Commercial Use – Raumrot andFree Stock Photos by Email: Little VisualsSkitterPhoto: One Free Commercial-use Photo per DayPexels and Travel Coffee Book: Two New Sources for Completely Free…
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