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This post is a write-up my talk at Laracon US 2019 - Some Shifty Bits. The talk title is a nod to Shift and not a pun for shitty bits. It was influenced by my talk from last yearA?AEURA(TM)s Laracon - Laravel by the Numbers - and my talk at Laracon Online - 10 practices for writing less complex, more re...
If you have decided that you want to become an SEO Reseller, you should know that you will have a lot of work ahead of you. To become an SEO Reseller, you will need to understand that it is not as easy as just picking one area and becoming a master of it. There are...
When it comes to displaying shipping and inventory alerts on an e-commerce website, you have to be very careful about inciting panic in your shoppers. "Item is out of stock." "Expect shipping delays." "Page does not exist." These words alone are enough to turn a pleasant shopping experience into a panicked and frustrating one. You have to be very careful about how you design these notices on your site, too.
The problem is not as severe as it was several years ago. Nonetheless, even today, too many people are still surfing using an outdated browser. If your website is very up to date in terms [...]
ShiftLeft Educate provides security training for developers right in their developer workflow. It provides contextual training for different skill levels. Key features include analytics, the ability to select appropriate training resources based on language and vulnerability type, and interactive videos, real world examples, and mitigation information from Kontra. There is also a paid version of … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: ShiftLeft Educate, .NET 6 Preview 6, and IBM to acquire Bluetab appeared first on SD Times.
The impact Google Fonts has had on the web is undeniable. Since its somewhat humble beginnings in 2010, the 800+ fonts now hosted by the library have been viewed well... The post Looking at the Most Popular Google Fonts appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Ben Sampson: Using enums in Laravel Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Brett Florio and the Foxy.io crew Symfony Blog: New in Symfony 4.1: Misc. improvements (Parts 1-4) Exakat Blog: The 100 PHP functions that you have to know PHPUgly Podcast: Episode #107: Drugs, Tattoos, and Coding (aka PHP: Pot Head Programming) Matt Sparks: Building a PHP Framework: Part 5 - Test Driven Development Ben Sampson: Masking IDs in URLs using hashids in Laravel Tomas Vortuba: Build Your First Symfony Console Application with Dependency Injection Under 4 Files Matt Stauffer: Adding an Auto-Generated Sitemap to Your Jigsaw-based Static Site Rob Allen: Using Serverless Framework with OpenWhisk PHP Pineco.de: Scheduling MySQL Backups with Laravel PHP Roundtable Podcast: Episode #071 - Extra, extra: PHP 7.2 released! PHP.net: PHP 7.1.18 Release StarTutorial.com: Understanding Design Patterns - Iterator That Podcast: Episode #50 - The One Where We Talk to Shawn about Event Sourcery, CQRS, Event Sourcin php[architect] Podcast: Episode 10: Treasure, Old and New Christoph Rumpel: How I Built The LaravelQuiz Chatbot With BotMan and Laravel Laravel News: Working with Mutable and Immutable DateTime in PHP
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Typography plays a big role in all types of designs, from product packaging to mobile apps and more. Today we’re taking a look at the best places to find free fonts, and take your design work to a new level. But why is typography so important? Remember what happened at the Oscars 2017, when they […]
We asked the Smashing community what podcasts they listened to, aiming to compile a shortlist of current podcasts for web designers and developers. We had what can only be called a very strong response — both in number and in passion. First, we winnowed out the podcasts that were on a broader theme (e.g. creativity, mentoring, leadership), on a narrower theme (e.g. on one specific WordPress theme) or on a completely different theme (e.
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