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Successful product testing today requires development teams to always keep in mind how each change is benefitting the business and how it is going to solve the customer's problem. This is according to Brijesh Deb, a test consultant at Infosys Netherlands, in the latest SD Times Live! exclusive webinar, "Test Management in an Agile Reality." … continue reading The post Test management in an agile reality appeared first on SD Times.
Let us first talk about what animation is and then how it can be successfully used in web design. First of all, you should know that animation is a high-speed display of a sequence of images that creates the illusion of motion. The resulting effect is an optical illusion of movement produced by the phenomenon […] The post 40 Beautifully Animated Website Designs appeared first on Line25.
Savvy consumers do plenty of research before buying a product these days. And thanks to the digital transformation of product lifecycles, there are plenty of effective, technical resources for product-based businesses to make sure their products are searchable, available, and appealing to consumers. Developers wishing to create applications featuring product introductions, specifications, reviews, display optimization, marketing, and sales need proper APIs to achieve their goals.
The way we consume open source software (OSS) dramatically changed over the past decade or two. Flash back to the early 2000s, we mostly used large OSS projects from a small number of providers, such as Apache, MySQL, Linux and OpenSSL. These projects came from well-known software shops that maintained good development and quality practices. It wasn't our code, but it felt trustworthy, and it was safe to assume it didn't hold more bugs than our own code. Fast-forward to today and OSS has turned into crowd-sourced marketplaces. Node's npm carries over 210,000 packages from over 60,000 contributors; RubyGems holds over 110,000 gems, and Maven's central repository indexes nearly 130,000 artifacts. Packages can be written by anybody, and range from small utilities that convert milliseconds to full-blown web servers. Packages often use other packages in turn, ending with a typical application holding hundreds if not thousands of OSS packages.The post Eliminating Known Vulnerabilities With Snyk appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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.
Access All Areas members have a brilliant collection of Affinity Designer brushes to download this week, courtesy of MiksKS. This handmade brush set contains 12 grainy brushes for shading and adding texture to your drawings. To use these brushes you will need Affinity Photo or Designer (these brushes work in the Pixel Persona of Affinity […] The post Affinity Grain Brushes for Access All Areas Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
For various reasons, many people are still using Vue 2 and have some doubts about migrating to Vue 3. Others are only thinking of trying Vue for the first time, and they don't know which version to start with. In this article, we'll try to explain how to start using VueJS 3 and the Composition API. Another question that often raises concerns is whether you should use TypeScript at the same time. Or will it make it harder to master Vue 3?
When an element uses asymmetrical space, it stands out against other surrounding elements. It will appear more vibrant, which is particularly helpful if you're designing areas of a page where one link/button demands more attention than others. Today we’re going to take a closer look at asymmetry expressed through contrast, spacing, and layout. We’re thinking […]
Direct mail marketers – and increasingly, designers – live and die by results. If the design is beautiful, but doesn’t sell – it’s scrapped. If the copy’s clever, but doesn’t... The post What Direct Response Marketers Can Teach You About Designing Pages That Sell appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Metrics are great. They give you insight into how your systems are running, and help you see the results of what you’ve done. They help you derive value from your efforts But what if you want to not merely play catch-up with what the metrics are telling you, but instead want to mitigate against how … continue reading The post Value stream intelligence appeared first on SD Times.
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