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As part of the effort to engage customers more at a time when most of them are spending more time online than in the office, organizations of all sizes have adopted various types of digital platforms to host online events. The hope is those digital events will, at the very least, make up for in-person […] The post Twilio Adds Interactive Audio and Video Service appeared first on Developer.com.
This week's Designer News (N.409) includes an Iconic Font and CSS Toolkit, Pretty Checkboxes, a Front-End Checklist, Breaking Down CSS Box Shadow vs. Drop Shadow, The Story of CSS Grid from Its Creators, Everything You Need to Know About Bootstrap 4, The Anatomy of Thousand Typefaces and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 409 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Popular posts from PHPDeveloper.org for the past week:Laravel News: Laravel 5.7 Resources Directory Changes Matthias Noback: Negative architecture, and assumptions about code Pascal Landau: Setting up PhpStorm with Xdebug for local development on Docker Ben Sampson: Speed up relationship queries in Laravel php[architect]: August 2018 Issue Release - Masterful Code Management CodeWall: Filtering Faulty HTML Using Purifier Package Tomas Votruba: Stylish and Standard Console Output with Symfony Style TutsPlus.com: Examples of Dependency Injection in PHP With Symfony Components Laravel News: Customizing the Laravel View Path Delicious Brains: Improve Page Load Time For Your WordPress Site With WP Offload S3: A Case Study Colin O'Dell: Automatically Switch PHP Version on cd Laravel News: Security Release - Laravel v5.6.30 and v5.5.42 have been released Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Chris Rowe TutsPlus.com: Get Started With Pusher - Using Private Channels
The NetTuts.com site has posted a tutorial for those looking to simplify the authentication of users in their PHP applications. In this new article they show how to use the Auth0 service to offload some of the burden of user management and authentication flow. In this article, we're going to explore the Auth0 service, which provides authentication and authorization as a service. Auth0 allows you to set up basic authentication and authorization features for your apps in the blink of an eye. The article starts with a brief overview of what the Auth0 service offers and what particular ones will be involved in the tutorial. To help make it simpler to get up and running, they've created a base application. They show how to get this application installed and configured to use the secrets values from your Auth0 account. It then walks through the various scripts included in the sample application including a login, logout and code to perform the actual authentication flow process (including validating the access token).
Content is the core commodity of the digital economy. It is the gold we fashion into luxury experience, the diamond we encase in loyalty programs and upsells. Yet, as designers, we often plug it in after the fact. We prototype our interaction and visual design to exhaustion, but accept that the "real words" can just be dropped in later. There is a better way. More and more, the digital goods we create operate within a dynamic system of content, functionality, code and intent. Our products and services drift and spill into partner websites, social media feeds and myriad electronic aggregators, all seeking to shape visitor behavior and understanding. Systems build on systems, and, in short order, we've cobbled together a colossus the breadth of which sends minds a-boggling. The post Content-First Prototyping appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
We’re delighted to introduce two new workshops, Python Sets and Data Visualization with Google Sheets, from Treehouse instructor AJ Tran! Python Sets This 95-minute workshop covers the basics of a data structure in Python called a set. A set is... The post New Python and Data Analysis Workshops appeared first on Treehouse Blog.
Creating an eCommerce website has become a lot easier now, thanks to the special plugins and features of WooCommerce and other platforms. In addition, over time, they have been equipped with very reliable tools that help solve any problems that the developer may come across. However, as a developer, you cannot wholly rely on the […] The post Ultimate Checklist Before Launching a WooCommerce Website first appeared on Line25.
I’ve been having fun working on a brand new set of free Photoshop Actions to transform your photographs with various contrast and colour alterations. This collection of Cinematic Photoshop Actions contains 12 effects based on the colour grading aesthetics of popular movie genres, such as Horror, Western, Action, Romantic and more. The visual styles of […] The post 12 Free Cinematic Photo Effect Actions for Adobe Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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