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This week's Designer News (No 492) includes Firefox: The Evolution Of A Brand, Making Tables Responsive With Minimal CSS, Having the Right CSS Mindset, CSS Grid: No Nonsense Layouts, a Free National Park Typeface, Free Artworks from Mixkit and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 492 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Some of these brand design trends may suprise you, while others are continuations of 2020 themes. Get across 2021's predicted graphic design trends early! The post 15 Brand Design Trends for 2021 That Graphic Designers Need To Know first appeared on JUST(TM) Creative.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:php|architect: Serverless PHP, Composer and Magento, php[world] Call for Speakers. .Dev — Medium: Speed up Composer with prestissimo php|architect: How to Tame Your Data Derick Rethans: PHP Internals News: Episode 13: Release Management Delicious Brains: Optimizing Laravel Part 3: Improving Performance with ObjectA,A Caching Laravel Daily: 40 Additional Laravel Validation Rules Laravel News: Using Dynamic Imports with Laravel Mix Laravel News: Array Collapse Performance Improvement in Laravel 5.8.20 Matthias Noback - PHP & Symfony: Learning Laravel - Observations, part 1: The service container Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Matt Trask PéhápkaA...A(TM)i Blog: Book Review: Refactoring Pine: Binding Relevant Models to Routes in Nested Laravel Resources Stories by Liam Hammett on Medium: PHP Wishlist: Typing PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: PHP 7.1.30 Released Exakat: Add Exakat To Your CI Pipeline PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: PHP 7.2.19 Release Announcement PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: PHP 7.3.6 Release Announcement
The accelerated CI/CD practices that cloud environments have enabled has led many developer teams to create automated script tools that replace the manual configuration and provisioning of apps by communicating directly with the cloud provider's API. This approach to software production is known as Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC), and essentially forms the building blocks upon which the … continue reading The post Shifting hard left: Why securing IaC is the next step in compliant software development appeared first on SD Times.
On the Exakat blog there's a new post sharing some of the weird operators in PHP that you may have not known existed. These are ones outside of the normal = or . that can really do some odd things. If you read the PHP documentation, you will learn about a ton of operators. If you haven't learnt about PHP operators, go do that first, we'll wait for you. Operators are usually made up with strange symbols, like !, -, =>, <=>, ^ or ~. Really, some are plain readable like and, while some are merely an missed attempt at being readable, and actually hide a double personnality, like xor. You probably think you know PHP's documentation in and out, but there is always more to learn. So I dove deep into the core of PHP code, and looked some special PHP operators that are lesser known, but very useful in your daily coding. There's ten of the odd operators on their list including: the "b" operator for strings the "left object" operator constant names with * and % Check out the full post for the details (and code examples) on each of these and more.
You are likely working on your Christmas designs now: websites, banners, presentations, magazines, leaflets, advertising, Christmas greetings and what not. How are you planning to decorate your newsletters, season offers, brochures and Christmas cards? Have you made up your mind yet? If you want to be original and surprise everyone with your designs, you can download thousands of Christmas vectors from Freepik. The guys from Spain make it easy to create stunning Christmas illustrations, and all for free. Snowmen, trees, festive bulbs, gadgets, patterns and white backgrounds for your greeting cards, and all kinds of lovely season elements that will turn your Christmas designs into something really magical, at least professional. So if you want to wish your friends, workmates, customers or just your beloved ones a Merry Christmas, just use any of these free amazing Christmas greetings designed by Freepik. You can download them easily and edit them to add your personal touch. (dpe)* You might also be interested in the following articles35 Last Minute Christmas Wallpapers of 2012Merry Christmas: 10 Free Vector Xmas Cards as AI and EPSFlat Christmas: Creative Xmas Greetings on BehanceThe Right Mood #2: 25+ Free Christmas Cards, Flyers, Tags and…The Right Mood #1: Free Christmas Icons, Patterns and Mockups 2014Let It Snow: Festive Resources to Santa up Your Website
Notifications have become a stable part of the web nowadays. It's not uncommon to come across sites asking for permission to send notifications to your browser. Most modern web browsers implement the push API and are able to handle push notifications. A quick check on caniuse shows that the API enjoys wide support among modern chrome-based browsers and Firefox browser. There are various services for implementing notifications on the web.
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There are a few ideas about website design that seem to never fade away, even though they are not so true anymore. Some concepts haven’t stood the test of time, and it’s time to revisit whether we should be adopting them anymore. Do people love sliders? Does simplicity = minimal design? Do you really need […]
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