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A 'code review' is a moment in the development process in which you (as a developer) and your colleagues work together and look for bugs within a recent piece of code before it gets released. In such a moment, you can be either the code author or one of the reviewers. When doing a code review, you might not be sure of what you are looking for. On the other side, when submitting a code review, you might not know what to wait for.
Best practices from 10 years as a remote designer. The post Best Practices for Remote Teams: 12 Principles to Guide Your Everyday Work appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
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.
Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.
We've been running SmashingConf since 2012, when we held our very first conference in Freiburg, Germany. Since then, we've continued to experiment and improve on our conference experience. Our aim is that you enjoy your time with us, but also return to work with new insights and knowledge. Each time we hope to leave you with practical takeaways that will help you in your own work and want to share with your team.
We always try our best to challenge your creativity and get you out of your comfort zone. A great occasion to do so is our monthly wallpapers challenge which has been going on for nine years already. It's an opportunity to let your creative ideas run free and try something new, to indulge in a little project just for fun. Whatever technique you fancy, whatever story you want to tell with your wallpaper, the submissions to this challenge make for a unique bouquet of community artworks each month anew.
Today, people spend more time on their phones than any other device. As designers, you now have to think more carefully about user interface design for apps than ever. As it plays a key role in improving usability and user retention. To help you find inspiration for your next app design project, we put together […]
Running an ecommerce web design business isn't easy. You have to hit tight deadlines, satisfy demanding clients and sometimes turn down good leads because they don't have enough budget. You're likely also used to the inefficiencies of working with a developer. The hours spent going back and forth to code your design into a pixel-perfect final site waste time and make projects more expensive. You also profit less, because you need to pay a developer for their work. What if there were a tool that helped you solve these problems by: Allowing you to build ecommerce sites 4x faster than … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
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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