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If you’re an illustrator or simply a graphic designer who’s looking for some inspiration and freebies with an isometric style, this post is for you! In this article, you will find lots of high-quality, free isometric vectors with beautiful and unique designs and the best part is that you can download and use for free! […] The post 20 Awesome Free Isometric Vectors appeared first on Line25.
Sometimes you might create a file that is unexpectedly ignored by git. Although it doesnA?AEURA(TM)t happen often, it can be tricky to figure out which .gitignore file is responsible for ignoring a file in your project. It is super easy once you know about a handy git co...
The WordPress plugin marketplace is seeing quite a bit of consolidation lately. And, even if you aren't a close follower of the business side of things, it's likely some of... The post WordPress Plugin Acquisitions: What They Say About the Future appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
On the Happyr.com Developer blog Tobias Nyholm has written up a tutorial showing how you can use functionality included in the Symfony framework to define access control rules in a database using voters and values stored in the database. I was recently at a PHP conference in Odessa where I met many great developers. One of them asked me a question, that the answer was not obvious. His use case was that he wanted to use Symfony's Access Control configuration to restrict access in his application. But he also wanted to configure the rules dynamically. Since all the configuration in Symfony is cached with the container for performance reasons, we could obviously not allow a use a database to somehow "print" new configuration. We need to do something smarter. Voters are a part of the Symfony security component and are set up as a service in the Symfony DI container. When a route is defined in the access_control section, the matching voter is called and the access granted/denied state is determined by values from the token and subject provided (from the database).
One of the most important early design decisions you will make is what kind of background will carry a project. Should it be a single color, colorless, use trendy elements such as geometric shapes, gradients or wood grain patterns? Or would a solid background design can help make a project shine? Staying on trend with […]
Every game developer builds their game with the idea that it becomes a success. Though with the rapid growth of the mobile gaming niche it's harder and harder to do. In this article, we've gathered the most practical tips that will help your mobile game to become popular in app stores and improve its user retention. The post The Best Mobile Game Development Tips to Build a Successful Game appeared first on SCAND.
The recent Apple keynote event unveiled a series of new iPhones. For designers, this means it's time to update the old mockups on your websites, portfolios, and presentations. To help you out, we handpicked a set of iPhone XS mockups along with XS Max and XR mockups. Keeping your websites and portfolios up-to-date is an […]
Introduction The majority of the Rails custom software development work we do here at NextLink Labs deals with rehabilitating older projects that are overwhelmed with technical debt from years of development without refactoring. The software problems in these websites are never introduced maliciously. Instead, these problems tend to build up gradually over months and years after many rushed deadlines, strict client demands that don't allow for refactoring, and inexperienced Rails developers trying their best but getting overwhelmed by "Rails magic."
Customer needs should be one of the primary considerations when designing a website or landing page.
Let's assume Tony Stark would like to redesign the ID cards of the Avengers, and he needs our help to create them in HTML and CSS. So, how can we help? We will use Flexbox throughout the tutorial to make the layout while diving into nested flexboxes for some advanced layouts. We will also use rounded and transparent borders to create sci-fi arcs in CSS, and then animate them using CSS animations around the picture of the Avenger.
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