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Last month, the Linux kernel turned 30. If you're someone who's been immersed in the Linux world since Y2K like me, it may feel a bit surreal that so much time has passed since the kernel's inception. As a training architect at A Cloud Guru (ACG), I teach courses about all things Linux and specialize … continue reading The post A Linux expert tells why she thinks the kernel is so important appeared first on SD Times.
It's been a big year for compliance. Not only has the last year already seen the implementation of new data privacy legislation and the DarkSide... The post FinCEN Announces AML/CFT Priorities and Urges Financial Institutions to Prepare for Change appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
A mural is any piece of artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling, or other large permanent surfaces like a floor. A wall mural is an extremely large or small work of art. A mural can be one of several different styles, a distinguishing characteristic of mural painting
This week's Designer News (No 509) includes Space, Grids, & Layouts, Adaptive Photo Layout with Flexbox, Design Systems for Developers, Building a Scrapbook Layout with CSS Grid, the Tiler Image Building Tool, Introducing Sass Modules, Feeling Sassy Again, 200 Free Animated Icons and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 509 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Doodles have gained immense popularity in the last few years. Earlier, it was a part of children's books and related designs, but nowadays, it has become a medium of art and commercial purposes. The ideal meaning of doodling is the activity of drawing without any subject in mind. And it helps in many designs to […] The post 20 Creative Doodle Backgrounds for Designers first appeared on Line25.
The way fonts have been advertised and used changed a lot over the past couple of years. Due to the establishment of web fonts, the commercial font providers now offer different subscription models alongside the standard purchase option. On top of that, there’s an increasing number of free, high-quality fonts, developed specifically for web use. Now, there’s the cloud service FontYou, which wants to cover the distribution of fonts, as well as the management and even development of fonts all at once. Font Management Via Desktop and Web Application Font management is the central aspect of FontYou, and it works in a combination of desktop and web app. The desktop application, which is currently only available for Mac OS, is used to upload fonts that are then available in the cloud. Once done, all fonts uploaded to the so-called “library” are accessible from the web app. They can also be assigned to different lists there. This way, you could categorize them depending on classification, foundries, or projects, for example. The nice thing about cloud-based font management is that all uploaded fonts are available wherever you need them. This is certainly interesting for people that don’t always work on a stationary […]
Learn to create beautiful, inspiring, and unique color palettes/combinations, all from the comfort of your favorite text editor! The post Coloring With Code -- A Programmatic Approach To Design appeared first on Codrops.
Apple unveiled an expanded version of its San Francisco system font at WWDC 2022. Then, last month, Jim Nielsen zeroed in on the font’s variations, explaining how the font provides a spectrum of variations based on the width and weight… Actually, the San Francisco Typeface Does Ship as a Variable Font originally published on CSS-Tricks. You should get the newsletter.
Most programming language tutorials focus on "traditional" applications which stop execution at a certain point and wait for input from a user. This type of input is called a blocking input, in the sense that it blocks further execution of a program until a user does something to satisfy the input directive. While this sort […] The post An Introduction to Non-Blocking Input in Python and Linux appeared first on Developer.com.
It is no secret that the 'welcome' area plays a significant role in establishing good relationships between the owner and the online audience at the outset. It is responsible for creating the first impression that we all know is critical. It is like the packaging of a product that sells the goods to the buyers....
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