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Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:SitePoint PHP Blog: Parallel Programming with Pthreads in PHP - the Fundamentals Benjamin Eberlei: Explicit Global State with Context Objects Leonid Mamchenkov: Getting started with workflows in PHP Esben Petersen: A modern REST API in Laravel 5 Part 4: Authentication using Laravel Passport QaFoo: How to Perform Extract Service Refactoring When You Don't Have Tests PhpStorm Blog: Working With PHPUnit and PhpStorm Sameer Borate: Accessing Google Page Insights in PHP Zend Framework Blog: Error Handling in Expressive Robert Basic: Loading fixtures for a Symfony app in Behat tests Stefan Koopmanschap: Sculpin and Docker Simon Holywell: PHP and immutability SitePoint PHP Blog: My Laravel Package Building Workflow Delicious Brains Blog: Dependency Management and WordPress: A Proposal Zend Framework Blog: Create ZPKs the Easy Way PHPUgly Podcast: Episode 53 - Hot Pocket TutsPlus.com: Building With the Twitter API: Creating Friends to Follow Quora.com: What are some things you wish you knew when you started programming? Laravel News: Five Minutes with Justin Jackson
Marketing is already a complicated subject. Between traditional models and countless online options, coming up with a competent strategy can be a challenge. Marketing in a crowded space only makes things worse. Every dollar spent goes up against your competitors' equally thought out promotional investments. If you're operating in a crowded industry, here are a...
Your company logo and visiting card are usually the first brand elements that a potential customer will see. Following them up with a well-designed letterhead lends professionalism to your brand and helps with brand recall. Consistent branding in the visiting card and letterhead establishes your brand in the mind of your customers. You can even […] The post Letterhead Design: 10 Things to Keep in Mind appeared first on Line25.
Creativity and Art Ever noticed that whenever people have a discussion about art somehow it diverts to become a topic on creativity. But many do believe that the two have no connection whatsoever. Creativity is not art but we can definitely say that art is creativity. The reason why we
This article is part of a series in which I attempt to use the web under various constraints, representing a given demographic of user. I hope to raise the profile of difficulties faced by real people, which are avoidable if we design and develop in a way that is sympathetic to their needs. Last time, I navigated the web for a day using Internet Explorer 8. This time, I browsed the web for a day on a 50 MB budget.
(This article is sponsored by Adobe.) Design systems come in all shapes and sizes, but as Sparkbox's design system survey noted, not all of them include guidelines for animation. Sure, some teams may have decided that motion wasn't something their product needed guidance on, but I suspect that in some cases motion was left out because they weren't sure what to include. In the past few years, I've talked with many teams and designers who admit they think motion is something they should address, but they just aren't sure how.
What’s popular regarding typography right now? Extensis, a provider of app solutions for font management, has conducted a survey in the creative scene and has come to impressive results. All the survey results, for which about 2,000 creative people from different branches were asked, can be downloaded for free in the PDF file Typographic Trends. Fonts are Still Used for Printing Jim Kidwell, who created the survey Typographic Trends for Extensis, has invited participants from the company’s customer database. That’s a smart approach as these are exactly the people that deal with fonts and typography every single day. Furthermore, that’s why it’s not surprising that 40 percent of the participants come from the graphic design sector, followed by print, advertising, and publishing. An interesting aspect is that over 90 percent of participants use fonts for print, about 80 percent use it to design logos and two-thirds for the embedding in PDF files. The usage of fonts on websites is only about 55 percent, even though web fonts have been supported by all browsers for a couple of years now, and the supply of free and paid web fonts is rather large. The survey doesn’t tell you whether the reason is […]
We asked 25 developers, five tech leads and someone "who does unspeakable things with technology" – more commonly known as our principle tech lead which technologies (tools, libraries, language or frameworks) they believe are hyped, happening or happened: hyped – which new technologies are you eager to learn more about this year? happening – are there any exciting technologies you used last year that we should learn this year? happened – did you walk away from any technologies last year? This is what we got back: This blog post, which… The post The hyped, happening and happened cloud technologies and data storage solutions @ bol.com appeared first on bol.com Techlab.
The software development industry is rapidly evolving. And with this fast-paced growth, IT projects can be delivered faster than ever with software development as a service. Check out this blog post and learn why your company may need SDaaS and how you can benefit from it. The post Software Development as a Service: Benefits and Use Cases appeared first on SCAND.
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