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Hi, I'm Valerio Barbera, software engineer, founder, and CTO at Inspector. One of the most useful features of Laravel is the tasks scheduling system. The official documentation clearly explains what it is for:
Believe it or not, I have just had that type of client. My drafts were impressive to say the least. My design concept was worth much more than I will ever get paid for it. I had forethought each and every possibility, even error handling was already cared for. I was just that little bit proud of myself, and I expected the client to be at least satisfied if not even profoundly thankful. I didn’t expect some kind of reverence. No. But what I also did not expect was this: By the way, we have more cartoons for you here.* You might also be interested in the following articlesCartoon: I’ll Know it When I See itCartoon: Photoshop Magic GaloreCartoon: If Web Designers Were Pilots … Cartoon: Nothing too SophisticatedCartoon: If Web Designers Were Car Salesmen [#002]Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Pizza Boys 
You've designed a brochure. Now what? With so many printing options out there, how do you know what option is best? The decision can depend on budget, paper, and printing needs, turnaround time, as well as other factors. And not all print options are created equal. Today, we're going to compare three different option for […]
Whatever happened to the good old fashioned brand mascot? There aren’t many companies these days that have a cute cartoon representative! The only exception might be modern eSports logos, as showcased in one of my previous inspiration posts, but the visual style has evolved from the fun and friendly classic cartoon into strong and powerful, […] The post Showcase of Logo Designs with Retro Mascot Characters appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Forms. I know, your pulse doesn't start racing with excitement. Forms get a bad rep. Love or hate them, from registration to collecting payments, forms are here to stay. Forms equal input, they mean collecting data from anyone who interacts with your business. A form is successful when it engages rather than frustrates your user,...
We are knee deep into the real-time world by this point with so many applications working with live data. It's high time there was an explanation of all the events leading up to this point in a technological stance. So, here goes... These days, applications are moving from utilizing stale data from a database or data that's created on-the-fly following an event trigger in a live experience that follows real-world events. The first thing we think of when it comes to real-time applications is WebSockets. But, in spite of a lot of people constantly tossing around this term in technological circles, there actually seems to be huge misconceptions associated with its meaning and working.
The WooCommerce Multi-Company SaaS plugin allows the tenants/merchants to register and create their own store with their domain. The store owners can offer tenants different membership plans. Therefore, merchants can purchase these memberships based on their requirements. Moreover, this eliminates the need for the installation of additional software by the tenants/merchants. Hence, your customers can [...]
We delve into some common freelance situations you'll want to fix sooner rather than later and offer some useful solutions. The post Freelance Situations You Need to Fix Right Away appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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In a recent post to his site, Sergey Zhuk walks through the process for building a REST API with ReactPHP and MySQL and a bit of help from a simple routing package to handle the requests. Today we will be looking at creating a RESTful API using ReactPHP, MySQL and nikic/FastRoute. Let's look at the API we want to build and what it can do. He then steps through the development of the REST API: showing the file structure of the resulting application installing dependencies the code to set up the HTTP server for handling requests (using React) building out the database with a user table He then gets into the main part of the tutorial, showing the build out of each of the routes for the CRUD operations (Create, Read, Update, Delete). He provides both the code to make the endpoint work and examples of the requests they handle.
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