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Today’s video tutorial is all about Cinemagraphs, which are cool animated GIFs where the motion is restricted to a specific area of the image. You can make Cinemagraphs from any video footage as long as there’s a combination of stationary objects and looping elements. Ideally it will have been filmed using a tripod to eliminate […] The post Video Tutorial: How to Create an Animated Cinemagraph Image appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
These riddles can be quite addictive and annoying, can’t they? With seven mischievous riddles published over the last few years, we’ve learned a few lessons along the way. At this point, you might be used to endless, mischievous, tricky, mean, time-consuming and intricate Mystery Riddles, and the latest one wasn’t any different. It had to be playful and challenging, and take at least 45 mins to resolve. In the end, the first answer to the new riddle came in after 1h 48minafter the (slightly delayed -- sorry about that!
Learn how to build an HTML form in PHP using DOMDocument -- a structured and expressive way to build logical markup. The post Building a Form in PHP Using DOMDocument appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
We all get tons of new ideas constantly as designers. Which is awesome – don’t get me wrong – but sometimes we get way more ideas than we can actually... The post What To Do With All Those Spare Creative Ideas appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Employee engagement is the emotional involvement an employee has in your company and its goals. It means that engaged employees care about their work beyond... The post Guide To Employee Engagement And How It Affects The Customer Experience appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
In a new post to his site Tomas Votruba takes the opposite approach to writing good code by sharing bad examples in the form of fourteen tips to write bad code, practices that can make code hard to upgrade and difficult to maintain. Today I'll show you how to own your company. All you need to do is write code that no-one can read, is hard to refactor and creates technical debt. It's not easy, because if other programmers spot you're writing legacy code, you're busted. If you keep a low profile of very smart architect and do it right, you'll be the only one in the company who knows what is going on and you'll have a value of gold. Learn how to be successful living vendor lock! He then goes through his list of poor practices to avoid including: Use protected instead of private Use Non-String Method Names Don't Always use PSR-4 Hide Your Dependencies in Constructor Use Annotations to Define Magic Methods Use Traits with Annotations to Define Magic Methods Use as Short Naming as Possible ...and many more. For each item in the list sample code is provided so you'll know exactly what to avoid.
We all want to provide users with the best experience possible. Whether we're building a website or mobile app, serving up relevant content and features is vital to long-term success.... The post Personalize the User Experience with the Free IP Geolocation API <span class="sponsored_text">Sponsored</span> appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
A few weeks ago GitHub released its Copilot solution, which uses AI to suggest code to developers. Developers can write a comment in their code and Copilot will automatically write the code it thinks is appropriate. It's an impressive example of the power of AI, but has many developers and members of the open-source community … continue reading The post GitHub Copilot sparks debates around open-source licenses appeared first on SD Times.
From the first known color used in art, red ochre, found in prehistoric cave paintings, to the gambit of paints available at your local craft store, color has always had its place in the world of art and design. In design, we use color to add emphasis, evoke emotion, and communicate meaning. The subject of […] The post Color Theory 101: The Basics appeared first on Line25.
In this guide, we're going to run through the potential of Craft CMS, setting up a local environment and creating a basic cat blog with an API endpoint to accompany it.
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