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The Widgets screen will soon take on the same look as the Gutenberg block editor. We take a quick look at the new block-based widgets. The post The WordPress Widgets Screen Joins the Gutenberg Era appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
As per AAFA (Asthma and allergy foundation of America), more than 50 million people have various types of allergies each year and it is the sixth leading cause of chronic illness. Pollen affects human well-being with different seasonal allergies and respiratory ailments, making it extremely important to track, says Ambee's co-founder, Madhusudhan Anand. "The problem is, it requires a complex methodology to gather accurate results.
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Although it's April 1st, and people go all crazy making up jokes and spreading hoaxes, I'm sending out this edition to you without any April fools. Instead, I want to challenge you to put more effort, more thoughts into your code. Instead of blindly following a given path to build the solution with the least effort, what about thinking more about your users? Wouldn't a lot more users benefit from you spending an additional hour on building a form on your own instead of relying on a third party that involves tracking? Wouldn't they benefit from a smaller website that doesn't contain big libraries? Many people and crawling extensions could also benefit from a better document outline. In the end, it's your product and your work that users see — and I bet you want to be proud of what you've just built.The post Web Development Reading List #131: Git 2.8, CSS Grids And The Key To Good Code appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
For all of you who maybe just need a little break from their families waiting for Santa, let's get the iconic DOOM running alongside your existing app. The only prerequisites you will need are Docker and Docker Compose. Using an excellent WebAssembly port of DOOM, there is a Docker image that will run DOOM in your browser.
Tomas Votruba has a post to his site sharing some background on a migration he recently helped perform migrating an application from Nette to Symfony. On the break of January/February 2019, we migrated whole Entrydo project from Nette to Symfony. It was API backend with no templates, but still, it wasn't as easy as I expected. Many coffees and beers were drunk during this migration. 0 programmers were too frustrated to give up. Yet, you'd laugh if you knew what took us the most time. He starts with some of the reasoning why they wanted to make the move and walks through the steps they took to get there: getting ready making a commitment automated migrations > manual changes He also talks about some "WTF moments" they had along the way where code that should have worked wasn't (and the simple issue that caused them).
Design advocacy has grown in popularity over the last decade as UX designers seek to educate non-design teams and stakeholders about the importance of user-centered solutions and user experience. Design advocates take on many forms, from UX designers to c-suite executives with firsthand experience. The goal of a design advocate is to create ripples throughout The post What is Design Advocacy? appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
Is your ecommerce store loading slowly? Has your product line outgrown your website's capabilities? Is your business falling behind its competitors? It may be time to move to a new ecommerce platform. In this ecommerce platform migration guide, we'll cover everything you need to know about moving your site to a new platform, including: What […] The post Ecommerce Platform Migration: Your Guide to Moving Your Site appeared first on WebFX Blog.
The challenge of moving data between platforms, between organizations, or even something as seemingly simple as onboarding a new customer, has been a pervasive one, especially considering how important accurate and available data is to pretty much every business. The problem of transferring data has led to numerous file formats, notably Excel spreadsheets and multiple … continue reading The post Flatirons Fuse: Simplifying data imports appeared first on SD Times.
There is no denying that Flat Style and Material design rule the roost this year, channeling projects in one direction. They encourage developers to build a harmonious alliance of neat, tidy and polished UI and great and well-thought-out UX. While we speculate about their principles and recommendations, there was one factor which wasn't appreciated previously....
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