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As more and more software development teams move to DevOps, it is important to make sure that security is taken into account from the very beginning. In this project management tutorial, we will talk about how to align security strategy with your DevOps goals to keep your data safe and some of the key challenges […] The post How to Align Security with your DevOps Strategy appeared first on Developer.com.
We all thought we knew how it would go. As 2020 drew to a close, UI/UX design trends in 2021 were heading in an exciting new direction. One where simple interfaces met with high-powered, high-performance trends like AI, 3D, as well as Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. Then the pandemic came along - and with it, The post UI and UX Design Trends that Dominate 2022 and Beyond appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
Moving from physical to virtual, cloud or hybrid environments can save huge costs for your business. You will use less hardware and spend less time... The post How Does VMware Backup Work? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
It’s not easy to find creativity in normal things. It is an art that changes your perspective toward looking things in certain way. Usually the simplistic approach to any problem is the correct one. There is some much to inspire from simple things. There is an impression “Creativity in simplicity” which states the power of simple things. Jose Maria Rodriguez Madoz, also known as Chema Madoz, is an amazing artist who had received many important awards and has this unique ability to look at simple thing somewhat differently and capture simple photographs with creative perspective that mock the mind and … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Software development is one of the most thriving industries today. A plethora of apps are there in the market, and our lives have become intertwined with digital solutions, whether we want them or not. From entertainment and fitness to learning and education, we use apps for a wide array of purposes. To give you a … Continue reading Your All-in-One Guide for Successful Healthcare Software Development →
Adding light and dark mode to my side project was a fun journey. I especially loved how intuitive the entire process was. The prefers-color-scheme CSS property contains the user's color scheme - light or dark. We then define SASS or CSS styles for both modes, and the browser applies the style the user wants. That's it! The seamless flow from the operating system to the browser to the website is a huge win for users and developers. After tinkering with Fediverse, I decided to add light and dark modes to this website as well. I began with some internet research on how to best approach this. This GitHub thread shows the current progress of the feature. And this in-depth POC demonstrates how challenging the process can be.
Working in the field of email marketing means you're always trying out new techniques to get your audience to click, right? It's quite a fun task when you're testing out new material, trying to get to that sweet point of content and selling. Email marketing gives you many scopes to play with, which is super...
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.
For the last few years, whenever somebody wants to start building an HTTP API, they pretty much exclusively use REST as the go-to architectural style, over alternative approaches such as XML-RPC, SOAP and JSON-RPC. REST is made out by many to be ultimately superior to the other "RPC-based" approaches, which is a bit misleading because they are just different. This article discusses these two approaches in the context of building HTTP APIs, because that is how they are most commonly used. REST and RPC can both be used via other transportation protocols, such as AMQP, but that is another topic entirely.The post Understanding REST And RPC For HTTP APIs appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
That Podcast, with hosts Beau Simensen and Dave Marshall, has posted their latest episode - Episode #48: The One Without All the CSS Beau and Dave discuss Tailwind CSS with Adam Wathan and Jonathan Reinink. Topics mentioned include Tailwind CSS, the Bootstrap project, the Refactoring UI and an article about separation of concerns in CSS by Adam. You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 directly. If you enjoy the show and want to hear more, be sure to subscribe to their feed and follow them on Twitter to get updates when new shows are released.
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