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Mobile apps that are quite simple to navigate and operate might lead many to assume that it took almost no time and capital to build them, which cannot be further from the truth. A mobile app that improves accessibility, enhances customer engagement, improves brand recognition and value proposition, and presents another avenue for sales is anything but quick and cheap to make. With everyone completely depending on mobile technology and the mobile app industry generating approximately $44.6 billion in 2016, it has become difficult for businesses big or small to ideate, choose and design an app that will get them … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
In some ways, it seems like we're in the golden age of animation on the web. Mainly because there are so many options for implementing it into our projects. Certainly,... The post Forge Your Own (Animation) Path with These Snippets appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Do you solely use Pinterest to plan your dream vacation or hunt for delectable-looking baked goods to try, or do you also use it for... The post How Pinterest Can Help You With The Growth Of Your Brand appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Is learning the basics of web design still on your “someday” list? Why haven’t you got started yet? We've put together 30 tips and resources to help you start learning web design this month (and maybe even find yourself a new career path!) Graphic designers, print designers, and creatives looking to learn something new or […]
The good old Call-to-Action (CTA) has become a staple of the web. They're around to tell users exactly what we want them to do. Buy this book, download our free... The post 10 Outstanding Call-to-Action Examples appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Do you want your website to be up to date with the latest design trends? This article contains an amazing hand-picked collection of free dramatic fonts with modern designs. You can use these amazing typefaces with lots of styles, serifs, sans serifs, various line weights, bolded, italic, regular, with accents, etc. in your print or even […] The post 20 Free Dramatic Fonts That Follow The Latest Typography Trends appeared first on Line25.
When I think about what front-end development really is and feels like, this is at the heart of it: designing around a huge set of unknowns, and really embracing that notion as a strength of the web rather … The post Designing for the Unexpected appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
What is a delivery drone? Before we talk about how the delivery drone works, it is essential to know what a delivery drone is. While... The post What Is Drone Delivery And How Does It Work? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
The Learnk8x.io blog has a tutorial they've posted showing you how to deploy a Laravel application to Kubernetes. Kubernetes is a system created to make it simpler to deploy containerized applications in a clustered context. Vagrant is very good with setting up a local environment similar to a remote server. However, in production, you will most likely require more than just one web host and one database. You'll probably have separate services for several requirements. You also need to have mechanisms in place to ensure that the application is always online and that the servers can efficiently balance the load. In this article, I'll explain how to deal with the simple requirement of running a Laravel application as a local Kubernetes set up. The article then gets into the "whats" and "whys" of using Kubernetes and an introduction to the Minikube local Kubernetes environment. It runs through some of the prerequisites to getting the deployment set up and provides the Docker configuration to create and link the containers together. With that defined it provides the commands to get the environment up and running and the application deployed. The final part of the tutorial covers the scaling of the system and allowing ingress to the application through a certain URL.
Here's how the end result will look like: Want to try it? Here's the live demo you can use right away. Also, the full source code is available on GitHub.
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