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The blank Photoshop document glows in front of you. You've been trying to design a website for an hour but it's going nowhere. You feel defeated. You were in this same predicament last month when you couldn't design a website for a project at work. As a developer, you just feel out of your element pushing pixels around. How do designers do it? Do they just mess around in Photoshop or Sketch for a while until a pretty design appears? Can developers who are used to working within the logical constructs of Boolean logic and number theory master the seemingly arbitrary rules of design?The post Mistakes Developers Make When Learning Design appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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The Exakat service has posted their latest "PHP Index of Coding" for August 2018. In this index, they share statistics from the projects the service has analyzed and some trends based on the results. Every month, Exakat runs thousands of analysis on half a million lines of PHP code. This is primarily for testing purpose, a kind of torture test that checks the engine run on any kind of code. And it is very useful to ensure all situations are correctly handled. We also extracted the following stats out of 1700+ projects, analysis by analysis. This way, any issue may be ranked from 'wide spread' to 'very unusual'. In fact, 'wide spread' may also be understood as : 'almost a feature'. May be we can suggest a few of them to wiki.php.net. They include both the latest results and how they compare from the previous entries from May 2018. Analysis points include things like: Used Once Variables (In Scope) PHP Keywords As Names Property Used In One Method Only Unitialized Properties Should Make Ternary Use Named Boolean In Argument Definition Assigned Twice Locally Unused Property ...and many more. Some of the changes from May are pretty dramatic but others have stayed about the same. Check out the full post for the overview and links to more information about each of the checks.
BigPanda is a event correlation and automation platform powered by AIOps to help IT operations, network operations, DevOps and SRE teams detect, prevent and resolve outages. The platform prevents incidents from escalating into outages, enables rapid incident and outage resolution with automated root cause analysis, and automates manual tasks to speed up incident response. Broadcom … continue reading The post A guide to APM solutions appeared first on SD Times.
Soap web services are not popular anymore but if you are working with old applications you probably still have to deal with soap web services. I am going to give you an example of how to consume a soap service with CXF, how to make a configuration for it, and how to log requests and responses to it. A Simple Web Service Before I can consume a web service, I need a simple web service to work with. For the project, I am going to use spring boot version 2.5.0 and java 11. You can use another version if you like, it does not matter as long as the versions are not too old. You can easily create a spring boot project with a spring initializer. If you use maven, pom.xml should be like this. If you use Java 8, you do not need to have a "jaxb-runtime" dependency.
The current iteration of voice-controlled digital assistants are still struggling to integrate as seamlessly as the big three voice players of Amazon, Google and Apple would hope. A 2017 report by Voicelabs states there's only a 3 percent chance a user will be active in the second week after downloading a voice application and 62 percent of Alexa's skills are still to get any kind of rating on its store (as of September 2017).
Have you ever committed your time and energy to a project only to discover your responsibilities growing far beyond the initial requirements? “This isn’t what I signed up for,” you... The post How to Deal with Scope Creep in Web Design appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Adding stylish effects to wedding photos (such as retro, rustic, and moody filters) is a popular trend these days. One of the easiest ways to add this type of effect to your photos is with these--our picks of the best wedding Photoshop actions! Whether you're trying to improve your own wedding photos before uploading them […]
A front end designer is responsible for creating and implementing all those visual elements that the users can see and interact within a web application. They are supported by back-end web developers who integrate the work of front end designers. Front-End Web Developer is a combination of design and programming as they are responsible for […] The post 10 Habits of a Successful Front End Designer appeared first on Line25.
The Android for Cars App Library version 1.1 is now in alpha, which brings new features to developers such as a sign-in template, a long message template, multiple-length text and map interactivity. The sign-in template allows users to sign in to their app directly from the car screen while parked and the long message template … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Android for Cars App Library released, .NET MAUI Preview 5, and AWS Step Functions Workflow Studio appeared first on SD Times.
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