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The PHPUgly podcast, hosted by Eric Van Johnson, John Congdon and Thomas Rideout, has posted their latest episode - Episode #112: 1,120. This month the team discusses Alexa telling its owner : All I see is people dying Other topics mentioned include: an article about WordPress core being compiles to .NET Amazon Workspaces an article from Larry Gerfield about avoiding associative arrays They also talk about the upcoming Wave PHP Conference happening in September (2018) in San Diego. The speakers have been selected and tickets are on sale for either workshop days, conference days or a combination of the two.
When it comes to design, UX professionals are acutely aware of the importance of empathy. Understanding the pain points for the end user is key to creating the products that will serve their needs. Increased empathy ensures that a true view of those pain points is attained and there are many tools and best practices … continue reading The post Reclaim the lost art of critique appeared first on SD Times.
We've all heard of Spotify. Launched back in 2008, the app offers millions of tracks from various legendary and upcoming artists. It allows you to create a playlist, follow other people or choose a playlist based on your mood. But let's take the app from another perspective today. Let's build a two-page server-side rendered web application featuring a "Now Playing on Spotify" component. I'll walk you through all of the steps of building a client-side application, building and connecting to a server API, as well as connecting to external API services.
Customer experience is the backbone of any industry which interacts with the consumers directly. Your reputation will be directly known by how well your customer is dealt with. This means from initial sales, returns, troubleshooting and any other aspect which relates to the customer must be dealt with clearly and concisely. In the online era,...
Are you thinking of building a website with a site builder but find yourself confused by the dizzying array of options? Well, puzzle no more because we've put together this great infographic to cut to the heart of the question: Which is better for you, Squarespace or Wix? Each of these site-building giants is ideal […] The post Infographic: Squarespace Vs Wix first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
This week's Designer News (No 497) includes A Web Accessibility Guidebook for Developers, the Eva Design System, Extending Atomic Design, A Guide to Recognising Font Styles, Everything You Need To Know About CSS Margins, The Complete Guide To SCSS/SASS, Debugging CSS Grid, Play a Popup Trombone and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 497 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Brainstorming is notorious for being unstructured and often unactionable. People get in a room with some Post-its and whiteboards and expect the great ideas to happen. The problem is, even if there are great ideas in the room, there is often no clear-cut way to decide on what ideas to take action on. About a year ago, I and my colleague Michael (founding partner at AJ&Smart) were sitting in a masterclass run by the fantastic Adrian Howard on the subject of feature prioritization in agile development. More specifically, we were asking how we could decide which feature comes next and when it should be released.The post A Framework For Brainstorming Products appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Whenever you build a web application or website, it is imperative to test it across all devices and browsers. With this, you make sure that your web application works perfectly no matter through which browser and device the user is accessing it. But testing the website on various browsers can be a tedious and cumbersome […] The post 13 Best Cross Browser Testing Tools All Developers Should Have first appeared on Line25.
Google has announced that it is updating the Google Calendar API rate limiting and monitoring schedule in an effort to better manage usage fallout after passing imposed limits. Previously the rates were monitored daily, allowing for prolonged downtime if usage was poorly managed.
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