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An animation on an image stack for a menu where the images get rearranged from a column into a row. The post Menu and Thumbnail Stack Animation appeared first on Codrops.
Parallax is widely believed to be an SEO killer, because one-page architecture makes it difficult to manipulate with metadata, keywords, and H1 tags without sacrificing productivity. At the same time, it's hard to argue that it is a time-proven way of taking user experience to the next level. It enhances structure, sets elements in motion...
One of my latest free downloads is a set of Abstract Stripes Backgrounds, featuring a series of distorted lines in a variety of wavy layouts. One of the commenters on the post was curious to know how they were made, so I figured I’d use the topic for this week’s video tutorial. Follow along with […] The post Video Tutorial: How To Create a Distorted Wavy Lines Effect appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
On his Medium.com site, Adnan Ahmed has shared some of his thoughts about being a modern backend developer in 2018. In it he talks about the current state of backend development and makes some recommendations for those wanting to get started. Web development today is completely different from what it was a few years ago; there are lots of different things that can easily baffle anyone entering into the web development. It was one of the reasons that we decided to make these step by step visual guides demonstrating the bigger picture and to give anyone a clear idea about what they have to follow to be in certain roles in web development. The post starts with a large infographic showing the basic steps and some of the related technologies and concepts to go with them. Following this they break it down into more detail in a text form with summaries attached for each. There are a lot of topics in the list (24 of them) but here's some of the highlights: Learn a Language Learn a Package Manager Standards and Best Practices Security ?Learn about the Relational [and NoSQL] Databases Learning a Framework Caching RESTful APIs Different Auth Methods GraphQL [and Graph Databases] His final recommendation is one that's good for beginners and veterans in the software development world alike: "keep exploring". If you stop learning and stop trying new things you'll stagnate in your own work and career. Challenge yourself to learn something new - a new language, tool or technique - as often as possible and apply it to your work.
Let's be honest. The idea behind building mobile apps, websites or any other branded platforms online is to make money, right? Your clients have contacted you to do this for them in order to maximize their results and, consequently, their profits. If money didn't matter, they'd use a free website builder tool to throw something — anything — up there and you'd no longer be part of the equation. Money does matter, and if your clients don't see a huge return on their investment in an app, it's going to be quite difficult to sustain a business built around designing apps.
Let's take a look at the list of information sources that can be useful for the C# / .NET developers. Our list includes blogs, repositories with source code, standards and accounts of developers who covers the deep aspects of the C# and .NET. Blogs .NET Blog Link: https://devblogs.microsoft.com/dotnet/
Whatever Google wants it to be. I always thought it was exactly what your <title> element was. Perhaps in lieu of that, what the first <h1> on the page is. But recently I noticed some pages on this site that … The post What is Your Page Title on a Google Search Engine Results Page? appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Myles C. Maxfield on the WebKit Blog published a nifty how-to for color fonts. It comes on the heels of what Ollie wrote up here on CSS-Tricks the other day, and while they cover a lot of common … Customizing Color Fonts on the Web originally published on CSS-Tricks. You should get the newsletter.
Test automation company mabl has announced that it is extending its testing platform to incorporate accessibility testing. The new testing capabilities are now in beta and will enable teams to identify and resolve accessibility issues before they reach end users. According to mabl, accessibility is more important than ever, both because of increased digital experiences … continue reading The post Mabl incorporates automated accessibility testing appeared first on SD Times.
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