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Website design trends can be a lot of fun to experiment with and incorporate into projects, but if you aren't careful these elements can add a dated look to projects. Sometimes trends fade out as quickly as they rush in! Here, we're going to look at some website design trends that are fading. (And that's […]
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Some days back, we reported that GitHub is contemplating offering better and more focused services for Enterprise users. While the direction of GitHub in relation to the target audience that it wishes to focus on is still unclear, GitHub Enterprise 2.5 is now available. GitHub Enterprise 2.5 focuses on scalability and easier workflow management for development teams of any size. Now, even if your development team is over 10,000 strong, GitHub Enterprise can be used to collaborate easily and work on larger projects. Among other things, GitHub Enterprise 2.5 now comes with: Clustering framework, that lets you add users and coders to larger installations within minutes. An easier way to cache intensive operations, so as to optimize performance and resource allocation even when working on larger applications. A "preview mode" for the Protected Branches API, which allows administrators to keep track of the project's scalability. Authentication process has been improved and simplified, and SVN support has also been enhanced. GitHub Enterprise 2.5 also comes with some minor design tweaks, especially in terms of navigation and page layout. With the latest release of GitHub Enterprise, focus has been placed on pretty larger teams, as the concept of clustering works mostly for […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesReports Suggest GitHub is Having an Identity CrisisGitHub’s 2016 Events Calendar is OutPowerange and Switchery: HTML5 Switches and Sliders in Flat Design5 Tools to Help Web Developers Work More EfficientlyTypeplate: Starterkit Cares For Decent Typography –…Two Fresh Solutions for Code Display in WordPress
In a new post to his site Andrew Embler provides a concrete guide to dependency injection, a look at some of the foundational principles behind dependency injection, some problems and how they could be resolved. As we develop concrete5, we are very conscious about keeping the code base modern, so that we don't have to go through a massive, painful rewrite like we did with version 5.7. This means that we're frequently deep in the weeds, applying new concepts and functionality to new and old code alike. [...] Here, we're going to talk about Dependency Injection. There are numerous tutorials, blog posts and Stack Overflow questions, regarding Dependency Injection - but there's always room for some more. He starts with a look at the "old days" where dependencies were created inside of the class methods as needed and not shared. He then covers some of the problems with this approach and how a move to dependency injection (DI) can help. In his example a database object instance is created inside of the method each time it's' needed. The move to DI helps to resolve those issues by passing in the database instance instead. He finishes the post trying to clear up some of the terminology confusions around DI and briefly mentions containers (dependency injection containers) and the role they play.
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Free icons are a great way to spice up your work with small effort. While some of them are plain useful, others give a project a fun twist. The following collection of free icon sets offers both -- payment provider icons just like summer goodness to help you over a rainy day. All icons can be downloaded and used for free.The post Free Icon Sets: E-Commerce, Food, Science, Avatars And Summer appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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Poorly designed APIs are difficult to maintain over time, and they can fail often. Such APIs are also vulnerable to security threats from hackers looking for sensitive data. This article talks about what REST is all about, showcases some REST resources, and outlines the best practices that should be followed to design RESTful APIs. What […] The post Best Practices to Design RESTful APIs appeared first on Developer.com.
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