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The science behind a neon sign is actually quite interesting. According to a post on Reference.com, Neon signs are glass tubes bent into letters or
Several years ago, no one would have thought that mobile first anything would exist. After all, who could do anything on those tiny screens, let alone read content, shop or anything else? But times have changed and now we see armies of people consuming content solely on their mobile devices. Sure, they have desktops – but they use them solely for their work, possibly a game or a movie. When it comes to reading, browsing the web, getting basic information, mobile devices became the most essential tool. Think about it, no one says "Let me Google that" and then goes … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Timing is everything. That might be an exaggeration, but only slightly. But when it comes to knowing how to negotiate a raise like a pro, it's only a slight exaggeration. The truth is 'when' often plays a bigger role in the success or failure of a proposal than the 'what' or 'how' part of the...
There are scores of developers who hate CSS; don’t get it, don’t want to get it, etc. Most of that is either down to inefficiencies within the language or misunderstanding of how to properly construct a website structure. I mostly love CSS but there are some parts of the language that I always hated, like […] The post CSS :is appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
INTRODUCTION Odoo Partner Map Integration your personal local people finder! Odoo Partner Map Integration helps you to locate your partner anywhere in the world no matter where they are. With this module, you can get the exact pinpoint location of your partner without any flaw or error. You can also see all the possible routes [...]
There is now a specification for native CSS masonry layout, as part of the Grid Layout spec. In this article, Rachel Andrew explains how it works with the help of a couple of demos you can try out in Firefox Nightly.
This week's Designer News - No 609 - includes Twitter's div Soup and Uglyfied CSS Explained, README Gen for GitHub, A Deep Dive Into The Wonderful World of SVG Displacement Filtering, AI Movie Posters, An Interactive Guide to Keyframe Animations, Helpful BootStrap and Tailwind CSS Bits, Basement Grotesque Typeface and lots more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 609 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
When Ben Shectman came to Johnson & Johnson as a Certified Design Leader, he found useful tools for establishing visual and verbal guidelines across digital design projects. Unfortunately, the guides came as PDFs that made it challenging for designers to follow the established rules. Whenever uncertain, they would have to confirm their design choices by The post Webinar Wrap-Up: From Style Guide to Interactive Design System in Enterprise appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
At Smashing, we've been busy over the last few months. We've set up new workshops, redesigned our navigation, refined performance and improved accessibility. There are subtle UX changes coming in, and we'd love to share what we've been cooking.
On the CoderWall site they've posted a tutorial that's a sort of reaction to the recent Laravel Nova administration dashboard release. In it they point out another project, the Laravel Admin Panel (LAP) that handles a lot of the same kind of functionality. I have been working on this product on opensource for about 8 months now, and the project has become quite successful. People are actually using it and we are making our goal to make it more developer friendly. [...] According to my experience with people who have used our admin panel and its feature to create a module instantly, they are aloof of the details beneath that architecture and are constantly in need of help if anything goes wrong. If new developers are made to use some super smart software which just creates everything for them, they are just not very aware of the happenings and end up not knowing anything of how the project works. The post introduces the project and what kind of functionality it provides including: user/role/permissions management "page" management menu management ...and their "star of the show", the Module Boilerplate Generator that allows for the quick and easy generation of all code required to add a new module to the application (models, controllers, request handling, views, migrations, etc). You can find more information on the GitHub repository for the project.
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