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Customers do not trust businesses. And why would they? There are reports of new security breaches on the news almost every day. And more commonly we've all experienced the terrible disappointment of opening up an order and not getting quite what we expected. The research backs this up. According to Salesforce Research, 59% of customers...
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The plagiarism issue is currently very relevant in the scientific community: the perspective towards plagiarism is becoming stricter and stricter. So let’s find out how... The post How To Avoid Plagiarism? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Editor's Note: Today we are pleased to feature the new and free font families Yrsa and Rasa by David Brezina and Anna Giedrys and their story behind the design process. Yrsa and Rasa are two open-source type families published by Rosetta with generous financial support from Google. The fonts support over 92 languages in Latin script and 2 languages in Gujarati script. The family currently has 5 weights. They were designed and produced by Anna Giedrys and me and they are now released and ready for download.The post Free Font Release: Yrsa & Rasa Available For Download appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
The Websec.io site has posted a new tutorial today showing how to use "canary" values and the psecio/canary PHP package to detect and respond to potentially malicious input. I'm sure you've heard the common phrase "a canary in a coal mine" when people talk about safety and detection of issues. When miners used to go down to work, there was a danger of trapped gasses being released as they were digging. Some of these gasses were hard for humans to detect and, if enough was breathed in, could lead to illness or even death. In order to help the miners detect and avoid these kinds of issues, they would take a canary (the bird) down into the mine with them. [...] The idea of a "canary" value in the security world is pretty similar. A "canary" value is one that - real or faked - is somehow exposed outside of your own system. If this value is used you need to be notified immediately so you can take action and gather more information about the usage and any other associated issues. The tutorial then introduces the psecio/canary package and shows some of its basic use detecting input and setting up notifications. It also covers some of the package's integrations for notifications with services like Slack, PagerDuty and custom Monolog handling. It also provides an example of it in a more "real world" situation of a Slim framework middleware that detects incoming GET parameters.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Martin Hujer: Best PhpStorm plugins for Symfony development Jason McCreary: Installing Apache, PHP, and MySQL on macOS Mojave Tomas Votruba: 14 Tips to Write PHP Code that is Hard to Maintain and Upgrade Laravel News: Global Application Settings PHP.net: PHP 7.3.0RC6 Released Tomas Votruba: How to Manage Configuration in Symfony without Bundle, Extension, and Configuration? Kinsta.com: Is PHP Dead? No! At Least Not According to PHP Usage Statistics Laravel News: Unwrapping array_wrap() RIPSTech.com: PHP Security Advent Calendar 2018 Announcement Leonid Mamchenkov: Avoid complex arrays in PHP
Chris and Stephen talk about the New Embed Modal. We got to re-architect the thing into our modern stack, using all our latest design patterns, and improve the UX of it quite a bit while we were at it. This is something like the 4th generation of that experience, and we’re already eyeing up future […] The post #325: New Embed Modal appeared first on CodePen Blog.
Whether in the physical or digital world, an emotional and/or intellectual reaction is aroused in the consumer based on how it looks, feels, and works, and will dictate if they... The post Optimize Your Email Marketing Campaigns with the Right UX Design appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for web professionals is to subscribe […] The post Popular Design News of the Week: August 16 2021 - August 22, 2021 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
Outsourcing IT operations is a common practice for many businesses. In this article, we share the 6 useful tips developed by our experts on how to choose your ideal software development partner that would meet all your business needs. The post How To Choose an Outsourced Software Development Partner appeared first on SCAND.
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