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Microservices and Serverless architectures are two of the buzzword-heavy technologies that have become extremely popular in recent times. Although there are similarities between a microservice and a Serverless application, there are also many differences between the two. Today, we will look at how these two compare and contrast against each other and learn some of […] The post Serverless Functions versus Microservices appeared first on Developer.com.
If you want your next email campaign to stand the best chance of success, using a responsive design that looks good on any screen or device is really important. Responsive email design is notoriously difficult, so starting with a template can be a good bet. It’s worth taking advantage of pre-made responsive templates that have already […]
Almost daily we are dealing with news coming from television, radio or the internet. Over the last 20 years, the Internet has taken a massive lead over the print media or TV, so there are a ton of Internet news magazines. And many are based on WordPress themes, which leads to the subject of today’s […] The post 25 News Website Templates for Storytelling Websites appeared first on Line25.
For those that weren't able to make it to the Laracon US 2018 (Chicago) conference, the Laravel News site has posted a recap of the event and their experiences. Laracon US 2018 is now in the books and it was a fantastic event and a lot of fun was had in Chicago. As someone who has never visited Chicago before I was very impressed with the city. The weather was magnificent and the parts I walked around seemed safe and pretty clean for a large city. [...] Every Laracon strives to bring a great experience from the venue to the location, the swag, and this year didn't disappoint. The post then goes on to talk about some of the swag the conference handed out, the venue where it was held and a link to the keynote from Laravel creator Taylor Otwell (and a matching live blog). The post also includes several pictures the author (Eric Barnes) took during the conference.
Samurai warriors are one of the coolest icons of Japanese pop culture! These legendary warriors are a popular subject for artists and designers, who not only feature fearsome Samurai in stunning illustrative work and character concept art, but the iconic battledress is also commonly used within logo designs too. In today's inspiration showcase I present […] The post Showcase of Designs & Illustrations of Samurai Warriors appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Your project is on a tight budget? We've collected some wonderful, free icons and goodies that we've discovered lately and that are bound to give your design the finishing touch. We've also just recently covered [Figma plugins](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/08/figma-tools-plugins-resources/), [SVG generators](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/03/svg-generators/), [accessible front-end components](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/03/complete-guide-accessible-front-end-components/) and [front-end boilerplates](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/06/useful-frontend-boilerplates-starter-kits/) — you might find them useful, too.
On the Pineco.de blog they've posted a tutorial for the Laravel users out there showing how to notify locked out users making use of functionality already included with the framework. Laravel offers a nice feature, that locks out the users that attempted to login too much. It's a nice way to prevent brute force logins. But how can we notify the user, when the lockout happens? Maybe it wasn't the user who attempted to log in. The tutorial starts with the details on setting up the listener to capture the Lockout event and pass it off to a UserLockedOut class. Once this is created, they show how to use this class and, via the included "notification" system in Laravel, send an email to the user in question with more information about their account being locked.
If you are an IT professional, you can understand that there's no fix working hours for us. Our sleeping, eating, and personal time is scheduled by the server we use. Thanks to the giant cloud service providers who manage most of the things for us. But they don't have access to our project or our...
When friends get together and build an app of their dreams, amazing applications like Social Champ are born! Social Champ is a social media management tool for small and medium-sized businesses, solo entrepreneurs, and agencies. Social Champ has support for all major social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google My Business, and Pinterest. ...
Filters are one of the best features of Instagram. Everyone loves the idea of prettifying their photos in an instant and sharing them with their friends and family. But have you ever wanted a set of Instagram filters for Photoshop? I know I have. The good news is, you don't just need the Instagram app […]
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