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Online gamers play MMORPGs to be social and escape reality. In a study by Nottingham Trent University, 40% of people would rather talk about tough... The post Best MMO Games To Make New Friends This 2021 appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Whether you are working on a design for a client at a major corporation or posting to your own social media account, a visual brand identity makes it easy for people to see - and know - a company or person at a glance. Establishing a visual identity is more than popping a logo on […]
On the modern web, is any visual enhancement worth implementing if it means taking a significant performance hit? It shouldn't have to. The post Web Designers No Longer Need to Sacrifice Performance for Beauty appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
It is rightly said that colors speak louder than words. The visual stimuli very finely guide human beings around them, and it makes a larger impact over them compared to any other aspect. Selecting the perfect color combinations for a website is an integral part of the entire branding process. Usually, people consider it as […] The post Creating the Perfect Color Palette for a Website appeared first on Line25.
Fallbacks can be defined as an alternative plan that may be used, and in the context of user journeys, they would be an alternative path to the expected or planned user behavior. So, when we think about our sites and apps, we build them with a particular plan in mind to achieve a particular goal by taking a particular route and to experience a particular experience. If you are experienced in building products, you will know that users have a tendency to do things you didn't plan for, and that's alright because we can't possibly understand all of their needs and intention.
php[architect] magazine has announced the publication of their latest issue, the March 2018 edition: Long Running PHP. Some of the articles featured in this issue include: "PHP Daemons and Long-Running Processes" by Tim Lytle "Evolving PHP" by Chris Pitt "Containers Are a Pile of Lies! Part Two" by Larry Garfield "Hands on With Accessibility" by Derek Binkley Other topics mentions in the usual columns cover the Lumen framework, code reviews, signed Git commits, running a user group and the use of Twitter for PHP development. You can check out the full list of articles in this latest issue and get a copy of your own on the php[architect] site. If you're interested in the content of the issue, be sure to check out this month's free article.
Image a world where simply using Google isn't an option, where the biggest benefit of the service is the collection of similar results matching your request. Before modern search engines, you were pretty much on your own to figure out "where do I go next?" In fact, I remember seeing the following commercial which focused on the main character exploring the entire Internet: Remembering Webrings Back in the Internet age of the 1990s and the 2000s, there was an idea to make global web navigation easier. It was called a "webring" and it introduced a common section on participating web sites. This common section provided a way to navigate to other sites which contained similar or recommended content. I was able to dig up the following example from a (pretty stale) website about the Canadian power-trio band Rush:
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Symfony Blog: Introducing Symfony Panther: a Browser Testing and Web Scraping Library for PHP Sameer Nyaupane: PHP Test Driven Development Part 4: Enter The Mock TheCodingMachine.io: Safe PHP - Throwing Exceptions Instead of Returning False North Meets South Podcast: Episode #47 - Reinventing form controls, typing ahead, and converting MyS Stitcher.io: Laravel view models TutsPlus.com: Formatting the Current Date and Time in PHP Tomas Votruba: 7 Tips to Write Exceptions Everyone Will Love CodeWall: 5 Ways To Loop Through An Array In PHP TJ Miller: Verifying Laravel Version Compatibility Nikola Posa: Community-driven PHP 8 Wish List Paragon Initiative: Slice Of PIE #00 Marcel Pociot: Using Travis-CI for your Laravel Nova packages Twilio Blog: How to Send SMS Reminders from PHP Symfony Applications Matthias Noback: Test-driving repository classes - Part 1: Queries Tighten.co Blog: APP_KEY And You TutsPlus.com: Render Text and Shapes on Images in PHP
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to travel the world while working as a designer? It might sound like a dream, but all that glitters is not gold, and it might not be the right choice for you. In this article, I’ll share some insights from my four years of travel and work that hopefully will be useful for anyone willing to try a nomadic lifestyle, too.
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