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Django: An Unofficial Opinionated FAQ - Kristian Glass - Do I Smell Burning?
I really like Django.
Django is fast, featureful, secure, scalable, and versatile. It works well with a variety of workflows, approaches, tools, …
django  bestpractices 
19 hours ago by cothrun
OWASP/CheatSheetSeries: The OWASP Cheat Sheet Series was created to provide a concise collection of high value information on specific application security topics.
The OWASP Cheat Sheet Series was created to provide a concise collection of high value information on specific application security topics. - OWASP/CheatSheetSeries
owasp  security  bestpractices  reference 
22 hours ago by cothrun
Five mistakes to avoid when getting started with GraphQL | GraphQL Blog: Learning GraphQL, Tutorials, Examples, Tools
Being short-sighted It’s a mistake that can lead to serious complications later on. Thinking about your schema try being as predictive as…
graphql  bestpractices 
22 hours ago by cothrun
Design for Fingers, Touch and People, Part 3
Always back up your design decisions with data. Without data, you’re just another person with an opinion.
All of this seems like a lot to keep track of, but it’s not so bad if you just remember the core features of these ten heuristics:
Place content and functions in the middle of the screen.
Design with fingers in mind, so users can see around them.
Design for zones, with bigger touch targets along the edges and at the corners of the screen.
Place touch targets to avoid catastrophes when people miss them.
Be consistent in how you design user interfaces and interactions.
Always respect people and their device choices, patterns of use, and contexts.
Design mobile interfaces at their actual sizes.
Try using your designs on real phones.
Remember to design for hands, fingers, thumbs, and people.
Always back up your design decisions with data. Without data, you’re just another person with an opinion. All of the information I’ve given you in this series is based on extensive observations of users, often on direct measurements, and research that lets me understand the reasons behind these core concepts and the importance of designing with them in mind.
But I don’t know everything there is to know about touch. So keep asking questions, and do your own research when you run into odd behaviors that you cannot explain.
ux  usability  mobile  research  usertesting  data  bestpractices 
yesterday by rmohns
Security Checklist
An open source checklist of resources designed to improve your online privacy and security. Check things off to keep track as you go.
security  checklist  bestpractices  privacy  passwords 
yesterday by spaceninja

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