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In response to a comment he saw on Twitter about comments in code, Matthias Noback has written up a post with some of his own thoughts. Recently I read a comment on Twitter by Nikola Posa. [...] He was providing us with a useful suggestion, one that I myself have been following ever since reading "Clean Code" by Robert Martin. The paraphrased suggestion in that book, as well as in the tweet, is to consider a comment to be a naming issue in disguise, and to solve that issue, instead of keeping the comment. By the way, the book has some very nice examples of how comments should and should not be used. Matthias starts with the suggestion that, when correctly written, code shouldn't need comments to be clear about what's happening. He encourages the use of the "refactor for clarity" method to remove comments and make the code more clear. He finishes the post by breaking down the types of comments (explanatory, todo and "wtf"), what they are/examples and in what situations they can be useful for.
Today we’re bringing you a collection of some of the best Adobe XD UI kits and templates. With these templates, you can create more professional-looking designs using Adobe's stellar UX design tool. Adobe XD took everyone by surprise when it was released with a free plan. It wowed many user experience and user interface designers […]
Variables are a basic tool that helps organize colors on a project. For a long time, front-end engineers used preprocessor variables to configure colors on a project. But now, many developers prefer the modern native mechanism for organizing color variables — this is CSS Custom Properties. Their most important advantage over preprocessor variables is that they work in real-time, not at the compilation stage of the project, and have support for the cascade model, which allows you to use inheritance and redefinition of values on the fly.
Vintage logo and badge design are quite popular these days. But it's more than just a trend. It's also a way of showing off the origins and history behind a brand. Vintage doesn't always mean old. It's mostly about adding a nostalgic feel and capturing the essence of a certain era. Many modern startups and […]
Learn how you can resize and optimize video assets using ImageKit's URL-based video APIs. The post Video optimization for the web simplified with ImageKit appeared first on Codrops.
When it comes to designing a shirt, you have two primary options - design it yourself using graphic design tools such as Adobe Illustrator or use software made for the job. The good news is that there are plenty of free t-shirt design software options to consider! There are a growing number of platforms that […]
Marketplace DHL Shipping in the Shopware 6 module makes it possible to ship products worldwide using the DHL Shipping service. In addition, this shipping option is the most reliable in terms of cost and product delivery. It’s now possible thanks to the Webkul Marketplace DHL Shipping in Shopware 6. Shopware Marketplace is a web-based shopping [...]
Lately more and more people have asked me, "What would I change in Laravel?" Before answering, let me say, I love Laravel! Not only have I enjoyed using Laravel for all my projects over the last 6 years. But Laravel has also allowed me to work full-time on my own projects, as well as travel the wor...
Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for web professionals is to subscribe […] The post Popular Design News of the Week: August 9 2021 - August 15, 2021 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
2020 has been an interesting year so far, to say the least. Overlooked in all of the chaos and confusion, was the diminishing role of English as the lingua franca of the internet. While English is not by any means dead or even dying, it has become increasingly important to expand beyond English online. In this article, we will examine the best ways to build and maintain a multilingual WordPress website and show you just how much it will benefit your online efforts. An Introduction to Translation, Localization and the Need to Go Multilingual We will explore how to use … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
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